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Principal of the I^ahainaluna Seminary 


San Francisco 
TH$ BANCROFT COMPANY, Printers and Publishers 




Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1887, 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 


§N the latter part of the year 1882 the subscriber was authorized by the 
Board of Education to prepare an English-Hawaiian Dictionary for 
use in the Public Schools. The work has been in progress since 
that date, and is no^i placed before the public in its entirety. Its scope 
has been widened, so as to embrace the wants of the English speaking 
community in their intercourse with Hawaiians. 

Nearly sixteen thousand words have been denned; and over three 
thousand phrases illustrate the popular use of English and Hawaiian. 
More than three thousand synonyms give further scope to the Hawaiian 
in his use of English. 

Diacritical marks and marks of accent follow those in Websters's 
High School Dictionary, from which the vocabulary has been formed. 
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary has been used as the final authority 
in the preparation of this work. 

Definitions are numbered according to priority of usage. 

Hawaiian words are accented, whenever they do not come within the 
general rules laid down elsewhere for their pronunciation. 
* The subscriber's grateful acknowledgements are due, 

1st. To Kevs. A. O. Forbes and L. Lyons for their revision of manu- 

2nd. To Rev. W. B. Oleson for the Table of Prefixes and Suffixes. 

3rd. To Hon. D. Kahaulelio, Police Justice of Lahaina, for valuable 
critical Hawaiian definitions. 

4th. To Hon. A. Fornander for his valuable "Chronological Table 
of Events in Hawaiian History," continuing down to the year 1854. 

5th. To C. M. Hyde, D. D., for the continuation of that Table down 
to the present time. 

6th. And to many others who have expressed marked interest in the 
progress of this work. 


Lahainaluna, June, 1887. 



1. The Hawaiian is a phonetic language, based upon the European pronunciation 
of its yowels. 

2. The vowels have the following sounds: 

A, a, Italian, as in Arm; E, e, the sound of ā long, as in obey; I, i, the sound of 
long© as in machine; O, o, its long sound, as in old; U, u, has the sound of oo in 

3. In pronouncing the digraphs (ai, ao, au, ei, eu, ou,) the stress of voice is given 
to the first letter; and the second is but lightly touched. 

4. Words of two syllables are generally accented on the first. When this is not 
the case, words used in this book carry the accent mark. Thus: Po-ho is chalk, whilst 
po-ho' is loss; mama means chewed, and ma'ma' means swift, or spry; pu-a is a flower 
but pu-a' is a bundle, or herd, or flock. 

5. In words of more than two syllables the accent generally falls on the penult. 
When this is not the case words in this book carry the accent mark; thus, kanaka 

is a man, whilst ka'naka signifies men. 

6. Reduplicated words follow the accent of their primitives as ku'hiku'M from 
ku'hi; ho'lohx/lOf from ho'lo; ha'kiha'M from haki; the penult of the reduplicated word 
taking the primary accent. 

7. The causative, hoo, prefixed to a verb does not change its accent, but receives, 
a secondary accent; thus, hoo'apo'no, hoo'ikai'ka, hoo'alo'haWha. 

8. The sign of the passive voice, i-a, takes a secondary accent, as huna', huna'i'a. 

9. According to the best usage of the present day the Hawaiian consonants have 
their unchangeable sounds. Thus "Ka-lo" is never pronounced ta-ro by educat- 
ed Hawaiians, nor is "Ka-pm" changed by them into ta-bu. 

10. Words incorporated into the Hawaiian language from the English retain 

their English consonant sounds. Thus "Sabbath" becomes sabatim Hawaiian 

and is not spelled kapaki. "Book" is written buke and not puke; "Bible" is Baibala 
and not Paipala, 


This book is intended to assist the Hawaiian pupil to acquire a 
practical knowledge of the English Language. But if it is placed in the 
hands of the pupils merely as a book of reference, its mission will not be 
fulfilled. It is intended to be used as a text-book in spelling and dictation, 
with this advantage in its favor — the pupil can comprehend the meaning 
of each word as he proceeds. It is also intended to be used in sentence- 

It is presumed that pupils using this book understand the signifiance 
of the parts of speech of the English Language, and that they also have a 
little knowledge of sentence-building. 

This being the case, whenever a spelling lesson is assigned to the 
class, let it be so short that each pupil may become acquainted with the 
use of each word, by building sentences.' Let each word, as it is spelled, 
be incorporated into a simple sentence, the remaining essential w T ords 
being furnished by the pupils. 

It is not necessary that the alphabetical order of the vocabulary be 
followed. Let the teacher give the class a list of words to be incor- 
porated into sentences, requiring each pupil to prepare the sentences be- 
forehand. Then, after the class has recited the lesson, and mistakes 
have been corrected, exercise it in the impromptu construction of sen- 
tences, thus forming habits of quick perception. 

The idiom of the Hawaiian language requires that the qualifying ad- 
jective should follow its noun, and, that the predicate of a sentence should 
precede its subject. So the Hawaiian pupil will naturally say "A horse 
fine," "runs swiftly the horse fine" unless his attention is called to these 
differences between the idoms of the two languages. 

The Chronological Table, at the close of the book, may also be made a 
very interesting study to the pupil. Assign dates from the table to the 
class, and let each pupil cluster historical incidents around these dates, 
drawing them from all available sources. After the class has done its 
best in this line, let the teacher supplement class effort from his superior 
sources of information. 



L,ong and Short Sounds. 

A S Uma asin «...Ale, Fate, Gray 

T a sftorf as in ........ -.Add, Fat, Hansom 

*- a «hnr/ A<Hn End, Met, Leopard 

F'i tow iw?n Ice, Knife, Thrive 

fi' 5' Jffft "Vin Oddi SSd, Horrid 

Pi lona min « Use-ful, Tube 

^;u;&,^:::::::::::::::::: Unde "fi? l, simSfiS 


i a oo1f1 Air, Fair, Snare 

1' S' r/£"Min ."!'.l.'.'*." Art » Fattier, Sear 

4' a ' «^n ' &S Ask, Grass, Dance 

i;^;?r^;aBin::::;::::::::::::::::::::::: ^W'anal* 

A, a, like short o, as in .....What, wander 

E, 6, like a, as in • ^e ThSre, Heir 

E, e, like ā, as in f r l sht \ Fre / z£?* 

fie as in Ver-min, Er-mine 

XA',likeē,asin.*Z.." Pique, Machine 

SlolHrefon^o^ P ffi T .?m%S8E 

O, o, like short oo, as in - Bosom, Woman 

A ft titoo asin Order, Form, Storm 

8b?^^— »::::"■■ M *^ »?*•»*»* 


C, c, S0 /J, like «ftarj, ., as in «**•. **Jg*£ 

€, i, ftard, like *, as in...' rhSrch 

&*•«£■ K^S^SE ::::z:zrz:z:::::::::::?c£^X£ 

€h, ch, hard, like fc, as in riiais*» Machine 

C^,ch, so/Mike «ft, asm..... « A™ Ti*er 

&, g, (unmarked), Wd, as in .....Gun, Tiger 

a f ',, nsln Gem, Engine 

i ; v ocoJ of M like», as in fhirtteth 

Th, th, sharp, (unmarked), asin Thither Thou 

i£tt$&lMjrtit*f,**to pwla oSa?i p t? 

On qu, unmarked) like to, as m Whv^When 

fh, W, (unmarked), like few, as m why. When 



The principal accent is denoted by a heavy mark, (') and the secondary by a light 
rk, C), as in Ex-am'i-na'tion, Im'mor-tal'i-ty. 


Prepared by REV. W. B. OIJESON, 


English prefixes are syllables put before English words to change their meaning. 
Thus the word 'illegal* is composed of the prefix HI' and the recognized English 
word "legal." 

But in such words as 'illustrate,' the HV is not a proper English prefix, but 
merely an initial syllable. 

As a prefix, HV means 'not? whilst, as an initial syllable merely, it is not separ- 
able from the rest of the word. 

In the following tables the definitions are for the various syllables used as prefixes 
only. Some prefixes are sometimes merely intensive or superfluous, and are largely 
obsolete; that is, not used. Ex. A-wake, A-rise, Be-dazzle, Be-gird, For-do, 























as in 

as in 







Bis hdn'est 







Be -fame' 




He -gain' 





<■ means not 

opposite to 












cry down, 
to take from fame, 
to cause rage. 

gain again, 
tell before, 
spell wrong, 
soak in. 
on shore. 


Some prefixes are English words and define themselves. 











as in 

as in 

Half grown 


O'ver- grown' 

Ouf grown 


















As initial syllables, the following occur in many English words, bat as proper 
English prefixes they occur but comparatively few times. 


( Hem/i-sphere 

as in < Dem'i-god 

( Seni-i-eir-cle 

{ Trans'plant' 

| Hy'per-crit'ic-al 

( Su'per-nat'u-ral 

j Ex'tra-ju-di'cial 

/ Cō-ē'qual 

\ Con~ge'ni-al 

f An'te-room 

\ Pre'ex-ist/ 

/ An'ti-sla'very 

( Con'tra-dis-tinc'tion 

r Sub-of'fi-cer 

< Post-nup'tial 

\ Cir-cuin-nav-i-g'ate 

means half. 

means over. 
means more than. 
means with. 
means before. 

means against. 

I under, 

English suffixes are syllables placed after English words to change their meaning. 
The same distinction needs to "be made between suffixes and final syllables as be- 
tween prefixes and initial syllables. Thus: "able," is a true suffix in *< valu- 
able," but a final syllablemerely in the word "cap'able." In the latter word it is 
not separable from it, while in the former word it denotes" having value." 

Words ending in 'ness' and 'ship' denote 'quality' or 'being/ as 'goodness/ 
'fellows/up.' Words ending in 'some' denote 'emphasis/ as lone-some. 

Words ending in 'ist' denote attachment to a particular calling or profession; as 
Mournal-^si.' , . L . . . , , 

* Words ending in 'age/ denote the condition of a person or thing; as 'vassal-age. 

Several suffixes have nearly the same force in the words in which they are found. 
















state of being 

> means < 













lie -pent' ance 

The following table includes all the commoner suffixes not already noticed. 
State s'man-Wfce 


House' less 






one who. 

relating to. 

having the. 
qualities of. 

that one may. 

adj Adjective 

adv Adverb 

conj • Conjunction 

f Feminine 

interj Interjection 

m Masculine 

n „" t Noun 


Used in the Vocabulary 



prep , Preposition 

p. p Participle past 

pron Pronoun 

Sing Singular 

Syn ,.... Synonym 

v Verb 


English-Hawaiian Dictionary 


A art. 1. Kekahi.. A dog ran, holo 
kekahi ilio. 
2. He. It is a dog, he ilio ia. 

A -baft', adv. M ah ope, abaft the main 
mast, Mahope o ke kia nui. Pili i na 
wahi maluna o ka moku. 

A-ban'don, v. E haalele loa; e waiho 
loa'ku. Be abandoned his evil habits. 
Waiho loa'ku la oia i kana man hana 

A-ban'doned, adj. 1. Haalele loa ia; 
Syn. f orsakeneja. The abandoned house, 
Ka hale i haalele loa ia. 
2. Lilo loa i ka hewa; puni loa i ka he- 
wa^ Syn. profligate. 

A-base', v. E hoohaahaa. Syn. degrade; 
humble; cast down. 

A-base'ment, n. Ka hoohaahaa ana. 
Syn. degradation. 

A-basli% E hoopilihua; e hoohilahila; e 
pilihua. Syn. confuse; disconcert; 
shame. Peter was abashed when his mas- 
ter looked at him. Pilihua o Petero i ka 
nana'na o kona Haku iaia. Do not con- 
fuse me with your talk. Mai hoopilihua 
mai ia'u me kou walaau. 

A-but/a-ble, adv. Hiki ke hooemiia. 

A-bate', v. E emi; e hooemi. Syn. de- 
crease ; subside ; lessen. The waters abate, 
ke emi nei na wai. The pain is lessened, 
ua hooemiia ka eha. 

Ab-bre'vi-ate, v. E hoopokole; e hoo- 
hapa mai. Syn. abridge. Abbreviate 
your speech^ e hoopokole i kau haiolelo. 

Ab-bre'vi-a'tion, n. Ka hoopokole 
ana; ka hoohapa ana mai. Syn. abridge- 

Ab'di-cate, v. 1. E haalele aku. Syn. 
vacate. Abdicate the throne, e haalele 
aku i ka noho alii. Vacate the chair, e 
haalele i ka noho 

2. E waiho aku. Syn. resign. To resign 
^the office. E waiho aku i ka oihana. 
AVdi-ea'tion, n. Ka haalele aku ana; 

ka waiho aku ana. 
Ab-do'men, n. Kaopu; keahakahaka. 

Ab-dom'i-nal, adj. Pili ana i ke kea 

Ab-dii«t/, v. E kai malu' aku; e kaili. 
Syn. kidnap. He abducted the child, ka- 
ili aku la oia i ke keiki. 

Ab-dii-e'tion, n. Ke kai malu/ an'aku; 
ke kaili ana. Syn. kidnapping. 

Ab-diie'tor, n. Ka mea nana e kai ma- 
lu' aku. 

A-beam', adv. Pa aoao mai. The wind 
is abeam,, pa aoao mai ka makani. 

A-bed', adv. Maluna o ka moe; ma ka 

Ab'er-ra'tion, n. 1. Ke kekee ana. 

2. Ka haalele ana i ka pololei. 

3. He opulepule o ka noonoo. 
A-bet/, v. 1 E kokua ma na mea pono 

ole. Do not abet the thief, mai kokua i 

ka aihue. 

2. E kokua malu'. Syn. connive at. 

Do not connive at evil, mai kokua malu' 

i ka hewa. 
A-bey'-an^e, n. Ka hookaulua ana me 

ka hooko ole. The work was in abey- 
ance, ua hookaulua ia ka hana. 
Afo-hor', v. E hoopailua loa. Syn. loathe; 

abominate. Abhor evil, e hoopailua loa 

i ka hewa. 
Ab-li6r'ren<?e, n. Ka hoopailua loa 

ana. Syn. loathing; detestation. 
Ab-lior'rent, adj. Ku i ka hoopailua 

ia. Syn. detestable. 
A-blde', v. 1. Enohoiki; e hoomoana. 

Syn. stay. Abide over night, e noho a 

hala ka po. 

2. E paa. I will abide by your decision, 

e paa ana au ma kau olelo hooholo. 
A-bid'ing-pla^e, n. He wahi noho paa. 

Syn. home. 
A-bll/i-ty, n. He mana hooko. Syn. 

_ capacity. 
Ab'ject, adj. 1. Haahaa loa. Syn. mean, 

vile. An abject man, he kanaka haahaa 


2. Haukae; Paumaele. 
i 3. Abject poverty, ilihune loa. 




Ab-jē€t'ly , adv. Me ka haukae loa; ma 
ke ano hoopilimeaai. 

Ab-jure', v. E haalele me ka hoohikiia. 

A-blaze', adv. Aa i ke ahi. Syn. on fire. 

A'ble, adj. 1. Makaukau. Syn. capable. 
An able man he kanaka makaukau. 
2. Hiki. Syn. can. Are you able to do 
_ this, hiki anei ia oe ke nana i keia? 

A'ble-bod'ied, adj. Kino ikaika; pui- 


A/bly, adv. Me ke akamai; me ka ma- 

Ab-lu'tion, n. 1. Ka holoi ana i ka ma- 

2. Ka holoi ana i ke kino okoa. 

3. Ka auau ana. 

Ab-nor'mal, adj. Ano e; ku ole i ka 
rula. Syn. deformed. 

A-board', adv. Maluna o ka moku, a o 
ke kaa paha. All aboard! pau mai ma- 
luna o ka moku, (a o ke kaa paha). 

A-bode', n. Wahi noho paa. Syn. abid- 
ing place. 

A-b6Fisb, v. Ehoopau; ehoonoa. Syn. 
„ Abolish the law, e hoonoa i ke kanawai. 

Ab'o-li'tion, n. Ka hoopau ana; ka 
hoonoa ana. Syn. Abrogation. 

A-bom'i-na-ble, adj. Inoloa; pelapela 

A-bom'i-nate, v, E hoopailua loa. Syn. 
abhor; detest. 

A-boin'i-na'tion, n. He mea hoopai- 

_lua; mea pelapela. 

Ab'-o-rig'i-nal, adj. Mai kamuamai; 
maoli. The aboriginal inhabitants, na 

„kupa maoli o ka aina. 

Ab'o-rig'-i-nes, n. Na kupa maoli o 
ka aina. 

A-bor'tion, n. Ka hanau e ana, Hee 

A-bor'tive, Makehewa; hoka. 
Abortive efforts, ka hooikaika makehe- 

A-bound', v. E paapu. 

A-bout', pr ep. Aneane; kokoke. He is 
about to go, kokoke ia e hele. About a 
thousand, aneane he tausani. Syn. near- 

A-bout', adv. 1. Ma kauwahi. Syn. 
near. Me is about the house, aia ia ma 
kauwahi o ka hale. 

2. Ma; I am about my work, eia au ma 
ka'u hana. 

A-b6ve', prep, and adv. Kiekie ae; ma- 

A-bove'board, adv. Ma ke akea; me 
ka huna' ole; me ka epa ole. 

A-bove'men'tioned, adj. I oleloia ma- 
luna'e nei, 

A-bra'sion, n. Ke koli ana apohole. 

A-breast', adv. 1. Papa. Stand abreast, 
e ku papa mai. 

2. Kupono i kekahi wahi, a mea paha. 
Abreast of the harbor, kupono i ke awa. 

A-bridge', v. E hoopokole; e hoohapa 
mai. Syn. abbreviate. 

A-bridgre'ment, n. Ka hoopokole ana; 

ka hoohapa ana mai. 
A-broad', adv. 1. Laha. Death is abroad 

in the'land, laha ka make ma ka aina. 

2. I na aina e. He went abroad, hele 
^oiai na aina e. 

Ab'ro-gate, v. E hoonoa. Syn. abolish. 
Ab-riipt', adj, 1. Kalakala. An abrupt 

speech, he olelo kalakala. 

2. Ku; An abrupt precipice, he pali ku. 
Ab-riipt'ly, adv. 1. Me ke kalakala. 
„ 2. Ano pali ku. 
Ab's<?ess, n. He mai palahee. 
Ab-scond', v. E manuka; e holo malu'. 
Ab-S€dnd'er, n. He mea mahuka. 
Ab'sen<?e, n. Ke kaawale ana ma kahi 

Ab'sent, adj. Ma kahi e. Absent friends^ 

na hoa'loha ma kahi e. 
Ab-sent', v. E hookaawale aku. Bo not 

absent yourself for a long time, mai hoo- 
_ kaawale aku oe no ka wa loihi. 
Ab'sen-tee', n. Ka mea kaawale aku. 
Ab'so-lute, adj. 1. Loa. Absolute power, 

mana loa. Absolute perfection, hemolele 


2. Keakea ole ia. Absolute promise, 

olelo paa i keakea ole ia. Syn. uncon- 
„ ditional. 
Ab'so-lute-ly, adv. 1. Me ke keakea 

ole ia. Govern absolutely, e hoomalu me 

ke keakea ole ia mai. 

2. Maoli. Syn. truly. It is absolutely 
„so, pela maoli no; oiaio maoli no. 
Ab'so-lu'tion, n. Ke kala ana i ka he- 
_ wa. Syn. pardon. 

Ab-solve', v. E kala; e kala i ka hewa. 
Ab-sorb', v. 1. E omo. The thirsty soil 

absorbs water, ke omo nei ka lepo panoa 

i ka wai. Syn. drink in. 

2. Lilo loa. He is absorbed in his books, 

lilo loa oia i kona mau buke. 
Ab-sorb'ent, n. Ka mea e omo ana. 

2. Ke kumu i lilo loa ai ka manao. 
Ab-sorb'ing', adj. E hoolilo pau ana i 

ka noonoo. An absorbing thought, he 

manao e hoolilo pau ana i ka noonoo. 
Ab-sorp'tion, n. 1. Ka omo ana. The 

absorption of moisture, ka omo ana i ka 


2. Ka lilo loa ana. Absorption of mind, 

ka lilo loa ana i ka noonoo. 
Ab-stain', v. E hookaawale aku; ehoo- 

kaaokoa'ku. Syn. refrain; forbear. 
Ab-ste'mi-oiis, adj. 1. Pakiko. 
„ 2. E umi ana i ke kuko. 
Ab'sti-nen^e, n. Ke kaaokoana'ku. 
Ab'stract, n. Moolelo i kaomiia. Syn. 

Ab-stra«t', v. 1. E unuhi ae. 
v 2. Ekailiaku. Syn. purloin. 
Ab'straet, adj. Kuu kaawale; pili ole 

i kekahi mea. An abstract number, he 

helu ku kaawale, (e laa 10.) An abstract 

idea 7 he manao kaawale, pili ole i ke- 
kahi mea i ike maka ia.', adj. Pohihihi; maopopo 





Ab-surd% adj. Lapuwale; ku i ka aka- 

aka; A kaawale loa mai ka oiaio. 
Ab-surd'i-ty, n. He mealapuwale; lie 

manao lapuwale. 
Ab-surd'ly, adv. Me ke lapuwale. 
A-bioi'dan^e, n. Ka lawa pono. 
A- bftn'dant, adj. Lawa pono; nui wale. 
A-būse', n. 1. Ka nana ino. Abuse of 

the body, ka hana ino i ke kino. 

2. Kahoomainoino. 
A-buse' (a-"buze), v. E hoomainoino ; 

e nana ino. 
A-bu'sive, adj. Hoomainoino; hana 

A-btifment, n. 1. Ka pili pu ana. 

2. He kahua i kukuluia no ke alahaka. 
A-byss', n. He wahi kuhoho. 
A^-a-dem'ic, ) adj. Pili i ke kula kie- 
Ae-a-dem/ic-al,} kie. 

An academical education, ka hoonaaua- 

oia o ke kula kiekie. 
A-ead'e-my, w. 1. He knla kiekie. 
„ 2. He ahahui imi naauao. 
A«-<?ede', v. E ae aku. 
Ac-^e'ler-ate, v. Ehoomama; ehoohi- 
^kiwawe; eawiwi. Syn. hasten. 
Accent, n. Ke kalele ana o ka leo. 

Mark of accent, he kaha kalele leo. 
A€-$ent', v. E kalele leo. 
Ae-^eptf, a?. 1. Eae;elawe. Accept a 

report, e lawe i ka olelo hoike. Accept 

a proposition, e ae i ka manao. 
A€-£ēpt/an$e, n. 1. Ka ae ana e lawe. 

2. Ka lawe ana. The acceptance of the 

report, ka lawe ana i ka olelo hoike. 
A«-<?ept/a-ble, adj. Oluolu i ka manao, 

ku i ka makemake. 
Ae-gept'a-bly, adv. Me ke aponoia, me 

ka maikai. It was done acceptably, ko 
_ ia mea me ka maikai. 
Access, n. Ke komo ana aku. 
A«-<jess'i-ble, adj. 1. Hiki. Knowledge 

is accessible to all, he hiki i ka poe apau 

ke loaa i ke ike. 

2. Laulea; oluolu. The teacher is acces- 
sible to the scholar, oluolu ke kumu i ka 

haumana Syn. friendly. 
A€-«?es'so-ry, oi. He kokua ma ka hoo- 

hakikanawai; he kokua ma ka hewa. 
„Syn. accomplice. 

A€'$i-dēnt, n. He poino i ulia wale. 
A« ; «?i-dent'al, adj. Ulia wale. 
A^i-dent'al-ly, adv. Ma ke ano ulia 

wale. He was hurt accidentally, ua eha 

walemai no ia. 

l^Sak'tion, | -Hoo'homahalo. 

A-c-ell/mate, v. E hoomaamaa i ke kau 
o ka aina. 

A-e-eliv'i-ty, n. Hoopiina mauna. 

A«-€om'mo-dāte, v. E kokua; e hoo- 
lako. He accommodated me with a horse, 
ua kokua mai oia i lio no'u. Syn. as- 

Ac-eorn'nio-da'ting, adj. Kokua; olu- 
olu. An accommodating man, he kanaka 
kokua. Syn. obliging. 

A^-com'mo-da'tion, n. Ke kokua ana; 
ka hoolako ana. 

Ac-com'mo-da'tions, n. pi. Na lako, 
na pono o ka noho ana. Poor accommo- 
dations, hemahema na lako o ka noho 

A€-€6m'pa-ni-ment, n. Mea kokua 
pu. Instrumental accompaniment, ke ko- 
kua pu ana o na mea kani i ka leo. 

A€-€ōm'pa-ny, v. E hele pu; e ukali. 

A«-€o:m/pli<?e, n. He hoa ma ka hewa. 

Ae-efim-plish, v. E hooko. Syn. com- 
plete; perform. 

A€-€dm'plislied, adj. 1. Hookoia. Syn. 

2. Akamai; makaukau ma na mea na- 

A«-«6m'plisli-irient, n. Kahookoana. 
Syn. fulfilment. 
2. A full accomplishment, puni eo. 

A€~«6rd', v. E ku-like; e lokahi.' 

Ac-cord'an^e, n. Ku-like. In accord- 
ance with his ideas, ku-like me kona ma- 

A«-e6rd'ing to, prep. Mamuli o. Syn. 
in accordance with. 

Ac-cord'ing-ly, adv. Like. Syn. like- 
wise. Do accordingly, e hana like. 
2. No laila; no ia mea hoi. Syn. there- 
fore; for that reason. 

Ae-eostf, v. E kamailio mua aku. 

A€-«oxint', n. 1. He moolelo. Syn. nar- 

2. He helu; helu aie. 

3. Accounts, na helu. Public accounts, 
na buke helu o ke aupuni. 

A€-«oxint/, v. E hoike; e hoike lea. 1 
cannot account for it, aole hiki ia'u ke 
hoike lea no ia mea. 

A€-€ount'a~bil'i-ty, n. 1. Ku i ka hoo- 
kolokoloia. Man's accountability to God, 
ke ku o ke kanaka i ka hookolokoloia 
imua o ke Akua. Man's responsibility 
to man, ka pono o ke kanaka i ke ka- 

2. Ka ili ana. The responsibility of the 
work rests upon him, ili kahana maluna 
on a. 

A€-€ount'a-ble, adj. Ka noho anama- 
lalo o ka hooponop'ono ana o hai. 

2. Hiki ke hoomaopopoia. 

3. Kupono ke hoike nona ino. An id- 
iot is not responsible, kupono ole ka hu- 
po ke hoike nona iho. 

Ac-eount/ant, n. Mea malama buke 

Ae-cou'ter-meiits, n. 1. Na mea e ka- 

hiko ai ka lio 

2. Na mea e kahiko ai a nani ke kino. 
A€~ered-it, v. E hoapono ma ka pala- 

Accrue', v. E mahuahua mai. 
A€~eū'mii-lāte, v. 1. E ho'ahu. Syn, 

amass. Accumulate wealth, ho'ahu wai- 


2. E hooiliili; e hooakoakoa. Syn. col. 

lect. Collect stones, e hooiliili i na po- 




Ae-eu/mu-la'tl on, n. Ka ho'ahu ana; 

„ka hooiliili ana. 

A€ ; €u-ra-<5y, n. Pololei o ka hana, a 
olelo paha. 

Ae'eu-rate, adj. Pololei loa. Syn. ex- 
act v 

Ae-eurs^ed, adj. Hooinoinola. 

Ae'^u-sa'tion, n. Olelo hoohewa. 
2, Ka hoopii ana no kekahi hewa. 

Ae-cuse', v. E hoopii no ka hewa; e 

A«-cus'er, n. Ka mea nana e hoohewa.' 

A«-cūs'-tom, v. E hoomaamaa; e hoo- 

Ae-eus'tomed, adj. Pakua'. Syn. us- 
ual; common. A common occurrence, he 
mea pakua' wale; mea maa wale. 

A-<?erb'i-ty, n. Awahia; awaliia o ka 

Aehe (āk), n. He eha; lie hui, Syn, 

A-chieve', v, E loaa mamuli o ka hoo- 
ikaika; e lanakila. Achieve success, e ko 
aku a lanakila. 

A-chie ve'ment, n- 1. Ka hana i lana- 

w 2 . Hana nui i hookoia. 

A'cid, n. He mea awaawa. 

Ae-knowl'edg-e, v. 1. E ae 1 kapono, 
a hewa paha. Syn. admit; own. lac- 
knowledge I was wrong, ke ae nei au ua 
hewa wau. 

2. E hooia. He acknowledged., the con- 
tract, ua hooia oia i ka olelo ae-like. 

A«-knowl'edg:e-ment, n. 1. Ka ae 
ana'ku. Syn. admission; confession. 
2. Ka hooia ana. Acknowledgement of 
the contract, ka hooia ana i ka palapala 

Ae'me, n. Ka wekiu; ka piko. 
2. Acme of the disease, ka mahuahua 
loa mai o ka mai. 

A-€ou'sti€s, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ka 
leo; kekani; kahaalulu. 

A«- quaint/ an<pe, n. 1. He hoalauna; 
kanaka ike pono ia. 

w 2. He ike; he maopopo. 

Ae'qui-es^e', v. E apono. 
2. E ae i ka manao, a makemake o hai. 
Syn. submit; yield. I acquiesce in your 
decision, ke ae nei au i kau olelo hoo- 

Ae- quire', v. E loaa. Syn. obtain; get. 

Ae'qui-si'tion, n. Ka loaa ana; ka mea 

Ae-quit/, v. E hookuu hala ole. Syn. 
to clear. 

Ae-quit'tal, n. Ka hookuu ana no ka 

_ hala ole. 

A'cre (a/ker), n. He eka; he 160 roda 

_ kuea. 

A/ere-age, n. Ka nui o na eka. Syn. 

_ number of acres. 

A«'rid, adj. Mulea; awahia; wela. Syn. 

„ pungent. 

Ae'ri-mo'ni-oiis, adj. Kalae'a; aki. 

Ae'ri-mo-ny, n. He kalae'a o ka olelo, 
o ka lco. 

Ae'ro-bat, n. He kanaka e kea'ka ana 

me kona kino. 
A-eross', prep, and adv. Mai kekahi aoao 
a i kekahi aoao. 

2. To place one thing across another, e 
w kau pea i kekahi mea maluna o kekahi. 
Act, v. E hana; e hooko. 

2. E hoike. Act the coward, e hoike iaia 
„iho he maka'u wale. 
Act, n. Ka hana. 

2. Ka mea i hanaia. 
„3. He kanawai o ka ahaolelo. 
Ac'tion, n. 1. He hana. 

2. He hoopii imua o ke kanawai. 

3. He kaua iwaena o na moku kaua. 
Syn. naval action. 

4. A man of action, not of words, he ka- 
„naka hooko, aole he kanaka olelo wale. 

A€'tion-a~ble, adj. Ku i ka hoopiiia. 
Aet'ive, adj. Mama; miki ma ka hana ; 

makaala. Syn. wide awake. 
Ac-tiv'i-ty, n. Ka makaala; ka miki 

ma ka hana. Mental activity, ka maka- 
„ ala o ka noonoo. 
Aet'or, n. 1. He kanaka kea'ka. 

2. Ka mea e hana ana. 
Aet'u-al, adj. See Real, 
Aet'u-al-ly, adv. Syn. really. It is act- 
„ ually so, pela maoli no. 
A«t'u-ate, v. 1. E hooeueu; e paipai. 

Syn, incite; arouse. 

2. _E hoala. Syn. arouse. 
A-cu'men, n. Ka makaala o ka noonoo; 

noeau. Syn. sagacity. 
A-cute% adj. 1. Gi. Acute angle, huina 


2. Eha loa. Acute pain, he eha loa. 

3. Maalea. Syn. shrewd. 

4. Noeau. An acute reasoner, he kana- 
ka noonoo noeau. 

A-€iite'ly, adv. 1. Ehaehaloa. 

2. Me ka noeau. 
Ad'agre, n. He olelo ao; olelo maa mau. 

Syn. proverb. 
A-dapt', v. E hookupono; e hoopili- 

Ad'ap-ta'tion, n. Ka pili pono ana; 
_ ke kupono ana. 
Add, v. 1. E hoouluulu. Add numbers, 

e hoouluulu i na helu. 

2. E kui; e pakui. Add another room 

to the house, e pakui hou mai i keena no 

ka hale. 
Ad-di'tion, n. 1. Ka hoouluulu. 

2. Ke kui ana; ka pakui ana. 
Ad-dFtion-al» adj. Hou mai. Addi- 
tional expense, lilo hou mai. Additional 

trouble, pilikia hou mai. 
Ad-diet/, v. Emaa;ewalea. Addicted 
^to strong drink, maa i ka wai ona. 
Ad'dled, adj. Howai; huailo. Addle- 

pated, huailo ka noonoo. 
Ad-dress', v. E kamailio i kekahi aku. 

I address myself to you, ke kamailio aku 

nei au ia oe. 

2. E kakauinoa ma ka palapala. Syn. 





Ad-dress', n. 1. Hehaiolelo. Syn. lec- 

2. Ka inoa i kakauia ma ka palapala, 
a ukana paha. Syn. superscription. 

3, Akamai; makaukau. Syn. dexter- 
ity; skill. 

A-dept', n. He mea makaukau; mea 
akamai. An adept at lying, he mea ma- 

^kaukau i ka wahahee. 

Ad'e-quate, adj. Lawapono. 

Ad-here', v. 1. E kupaa, standfast. 
Adhere to the truth, e kupaa l ka oiaio. 
2. Epilipaa; e pipili. Syn. stick. Glue 
adheres to wood, pipili ke gelu' i ka laau. 

Ad-lier'ent, n. Mea kupaa. An adher- 
ent of the King, mea kupaa i ka Moi. 

Ad-Ther'ent, adj. Pilipu; pilipaa. Syn. 

Ad-he'sive, adj. Pipili. Syn. sticky. 
Mud is sticky, pipili ka lepo palolo. 

A-diem', adv. lie huaolelo e haawi ana 
i ke aloha kaawale. Syn. goodbye; fare- 

Ad-ja'^ent, adj. E waiho kokoke ana; 
„pili pu ana. Syn. adjoining. 

Ad'je«-tive, n. He hai ano. 

Ad-join'mg, adj. E pili pu ana. 

Ad-journ', v. E hoopanee ika halawai. 
2. Adjourn sine die, e hoopau loa i ka 

Ad-journ'ment, n. Ka hoopanee ana. 
The adjournment of legislature, ka hoo- 
^panee ana i ka ahaolelo. 

Ad'junct, n. 1. Hua olelo pili pu. 
2. Mea pilipu. Knowledge is an adjunct 
to civilization, he mea pili pu ka ike i ka 
naauao o ka noho ana. 

Ad-jure', v. E koi mamuli o kahoohiki. 

Ad-jiist', v. E hooponopono. Adjust 
„the difficulty, e hooponopono i ka hihia. 

Ad'ju-tant, n, Helunakokua; he hope. 
Adjutant-General, he hope kenela. 

Ad-min'is-ter, v. 1. E lawelawe. Ad- 
minister public affairs, e lawelawe ma ka 
oiliana aupuni. 

2. E haawi. Administer reproof, e haa- 
wi i ka olelo ao. Administer relief, e 
haawi i ke kokua. 

3. E hooponopono. Administer an es- 
tate, e hooponopono i ka waiwai. 

„4. Administer an oath, ehoohiki. 
Ad-miii'is-tra'tion, n. 1. Ka lawe- 
lawe ana; ka hooko ana. 
2- Na poo o ka oihana o ke aupuni. 
The present administration, na poo e la- 
„welawe nei o ke aupuni. 
Ad-mm'is-tra'tor, n. 1. He mea e la- 
welawe ana ma kekahi oihana aupuni. 
w 2. He luna hooponopono waiwai. 
Ad'mi-ra-ble, adj. Ku i ka mahalo 
„ nui. 

Ad'irti-ral, n. He adimarala; ke 'lii o 
w ke aumoku kaua o ke aupuni. 
Ad'mi-ra'tion, n. Ka mahalo nui. 
Ad-mlre', v. E mahalo nui; e apono 

maikai, Syn. esteem* 
Ad-mlr'er, n. 1. Mea mahalo mai. 
2. He ipo. Syn. lover. 

Ad-mis'si-lble, adj. Kupono; kupono 
ke hookomoia. 

Ad-mit', v. 1. E hookomo aku. Admit 
the bearer, e hookomo aku i ka mea na- 
na keia i lawe. 

2. See acknowledge. He admits his mis- 
take, ke ae nei oia i kona lalau. 

Ad-mit'tance, J 1. Ka ae ana. Ad- 

Ad-mis'sion, \ mission of guilt, ka 

2. Ka hookomo ana. Admittance to the 
exhibition, ka hookomo ana i ka hoike- 

Ad-mdn'islx, v. E ao aku; epa'pa''ku. 

Ad'mo-ni'tion, n. He olelo ao; olelo 
pa'pa'. Syn. reproof; counsel. 

A-do' (a-du), n. Pilikia. 

A-dopt', v. 1. E hookama. 

2. E apono. Adopt the report, e apono 
i ka olelo hoike. 

3, E apo. Adopt the truth, e apo i ka 

A-dop'tion, n. 1, Ka hookama ana. 

2. Ka apono ana. 

3. Ke apo ana. The adoption of the sen- 
timent, ke apo ana i ka manao. • 

A-dor'a-ble, adj. Ku i ka hoomanaia, 
A-dore', v. 1. E hoomana; e hoonani. 

2. _E hoohiwahiwa. 
A-dor'er, n. 1. Ka mea e hoomana 


2. Ka mea aloha nui. 
A-dorn', v. 1. E kahiko a nani. 

2. E hoohanohano. He adorns his pro- 
fession, ke hoohanohano nei oia i kana 

A-droit', adj. Makaukau. Syn. expert; 

A-drlft', adj. Hookuu wale ia. The 

boat is adrift, ua hookuu wale ia ka 

A-dMt', n. He kanaka oo; he wahine 

A-dfil'ter-ate, v. E kawili pu i ka mea 

waiwai me ka mea waiwai ole. 
A-dul'ter-y, n. He moe kolohe. 
Ad-van^e', v. 1. E nee imua. Advance 

in knowledge, e nee imua ma ka ike. 

2. E hookiekie. Advance in office, e 

hookiekie ae la ma ka oihana. 
Ad-vance'ment, n. 1. Ka nee ana imua. 

2. Ka hookiekie ana'e. 
Ad-van'tage, n. He pomaikai. Syn. 
w benefit. 
Ad'vān-tā'g*eoiLS, adj. Pomaikai. Syn. 

Ad-vent'ure, n. Mea ulia. 
Ad-vent'ur-er, n. He kuewa; he aea 

Ad-vent'ur-oiis, adj. Aa; nahoa. Syn. 
„bold; daring. 
Ad' verb. n. Hainalea. 
Ad'ver-sa'ry, n. He mea ku-e'; he en- 

Ad-verse', adj. Ku-e. An adverse de- 
cision, he olelo hooholo ku-e'. 

2. In adverse circumstances, pilikia ka 





Acl-ver'si-ty, n, Ke kau o ka poino; 

u te kau ana mai o na popilikia. 

Ad'ver-tlse', v. E hoolaha ma ka nu- 
pepa; e hoolaha oihana. 

Ad-ver'tise-ment, n. He hoolalia ma 
ka nupepa. 

Ad- vl«pe', n. Olelo ao. 

Ad-vls'a-ble, adj. Kupono. Syn. ex- 
pedient; proper. 

Ad-vise', v. 1. E ao. 
2. E kuka' pu. 

Ad-vise'ment, n. 1. Ke kukala'na. 
2. Ka noonoo ana. The matter is under 
advisement, ke noonoo ia nei ia mea. 

Ad-vis'or, n. Mea ao; mea kuka' pu. 

„ 2. He kakaolelo. 

Ad'vo-eate, v. E kokua. 

Ad'e,|»- Koikalai - 

A-e'ri-al, adj. E pill ana i ka lewa. 

_ Aerial flight, lele ana ma ka lewa. 

A'er-o-lite, n. He pohaku no ka lewa. 

A'er-o-naut', n. Ka mea e lewa ana 


A-er-o-naut'i€s, n. Ka ike no ka hoo- 
lewa ana ma ka baluna. 

Aes-thet/ie, ) *• E pili ana i ka 

Aes-thet'ie-al, \ a J ' maikai, a i ka 
nani oka noho'na. 

Aes-thet/ies, n. Kaikee pono ai ka 
maikai, me ka nani o ka noho'na. 

A-farf, adv. Mamao aku; kaawale loa 

_'ku; poiuiu. 

Af >fa-tole, adj. Oluolu; laulea. Syn. po- 

Af-fair', n. Hana. A disgraceful affair, 

„ he hana hilahila. 

Af fee-ta'tion, n. Heanohaakei; ano 

Af-feet'ing, adj. Manaonao. Syn. pa- 

Af-fee'tion, n. 1. He aloha. 
2. He mai. Affection of the heart, he 
mai e pili ana i ka puuwai. 

Af-fēe'tion-āte, adj. Aloha. An affec- 
tionate disposition, lie ano aloha. 

Af-fi'an^e, v. E hoopalau. Syn. be- 
„ troth. 

Af fi-da'vit, n. Olelo hoike i kakauia, 
a i hoohikiia. Syn. deposition. 

Af-fil'i-ate, v. E launa pu; e hookama. 

Af-fin'i-ty> n. 1. Pili ma ka mare. 
2. Ka pili ana o kekahi mea i kekahi 

Af-flrm', v. 1. E hooia. 
w 2. E hoike pololei. Syn. assert. 

Af fir-ma'tion, n. 1. He olelo hooia. 
2. Ma ke kanawai, he olelo hoike i hoo- 
hiki ole ia. 

Af- firm/a- tive, n. Ka aoao ae. 

Af-fix', v. t. 1. Epakui. 
2. E kakau mahope. Affix a signature, 
e kakau inoa mahope. 

Af-fllet', v. t E hoopilikia; e hoopai; 
e hooehaeha. Syn. to trouble; to paiu. 

Af-flie'tion, n. He popilikia. Syn. dis- 
rf tress. 

Af flu-ent, adj. Waiwai. Syn. wealthy. 

Af-ford', v. 1. E haawi. Syn. give. Af- 
ford pleasure, e haawi i kahauoli. 
2. Hi ki. I cannot afford to buy, aole 
hiki ia'u ke kuai. The student cannot af- 
ford to waste Ms time, aole hiki i ka hau- 
mana ke mauna wale i kona manawa. 

Af-fray', n. Hehaunaele; he hakaka. 
Syn. tumult quarrel. 

Af-front', v. E hoonaukiuki. Syn. of- 

2. E hookokonoi'e; e hanawale. Syn. 
insult; provoke. 

A-flre', adv. A ia i ke ahi. Syn. on fire. 

A-float', adv. Lana ma ka wai. 

A-foot/, adv. Hele wawae. 

A-fore'said, adj. I olelo ia mamua. 

A-fore'time, adv. I ka wa i hala. 

A-fraid', adj. Maka'u; hopohopo; pu- 

A-fresh', adv. Hon. Syn. again. 

Aft, adv. Ma ka hope o ka moku. 

Aft/er, prep, and adv. Mahope; ihope, 

Aft'er-noon', n. Auina la. 

Aft'er-thought, n. Manao i ala mai 

rf mahope. 

Aft'er- wards, adv. Mahope; i ka wa 

A-gain' (a-gen), adv. Hou. Do not do 
so again, mai hana hou pela. 
2. Eia hou. Again; if this be true, etc. 
Eia hou; ina he oiaio keia, etc. 

A-gainst', prep. Ku-e'. Syn. versus. 

Age, n. He au manawa. The age in 
which we live, ke au a kakou e noho nei. 
2. Na makahiki o ke ola ana. What is 

_your agef ehia ou mau makahiki? 

A'ged, adj. Kahiko; piha na makahiki, 

_ Syn. old; venerable. 

A'gen-$y, n. Ka oihana o ke agena. 

A'gent, n. 1. He hope; he agena. 
2. He kumu; he man a. Fire is an agent 
of heat, he kumu ke ahi no ka wela. 

Ag'grand-ize, v. E hoomahuahua; 
Syn. augment. Aggrandize power, e hoo- 
mahuahua i ka mana. 

Ag'gra-vate, v. 1. E hoonaukiuki; 
hoouluhua. He aggravated me, nana i 
hoonaukiuki mai ia'u 
2. E hoomahuahua ino. It aggravates 
the case, na ia mea e hoomahuahua ino 

Ag'gra-vat'ing, adj. 1. Hoonaukiuki. 
An aggravating child, he keiki hoona- 
2. Hoomahuahua ino. 

Ag'gra-va'tion, n. 1. Ka hoomahua- 
hua ino ana. 
2. Ke kumu e ukiuki ai. 

Ag'gre-gate, n. Ka huina nui. Syn. 

Ag-gres'sor, n. Ka mea i hewa mua. 

A-ghast/, adv. Pioloke; ilihia. He 
stood aghast with fear, pioloke oia i ka 

Agile, adj. Mama; kaukaulele. Syn. 

A-gI11-ty, n. Ka mama o ke kino. 




Ag'I-tat©, v. 1. E hoapuiwa. 

2. E hooluliluli. 

3. E hoala. To agitate the subject, e ho- 
ala i ke kurau noonoo. 

4. E hoolalelale. 

Agr'-i-ta'tor, n. 1. He mea hoolalelale ; 

he me a hoopuiwa. 

2. He mea e lioala mau ana i ka naau 

o kanaka. 
A -go', adv. Liuliu i hala. Long ago, 

liuliu loa. 
Ag'o-nlze, i). E kupaka ka naau: 
Ag'o-ny, n. Eh a kukonukonu o ka na- 
au, a o ke kino paha. 
A-gree', v, 1. E ae like; ekuikahi; e 


2. E ku like; e kohu like. 
A-gree'a-tole, adj. 1. Oluolu. An 

agreeable breeze, he makani oluolu; he 


2. Laulea; launa. 
A-g:ree'ment, n. Olelo ae-like; pala- 

pala ae-like. Syn. contract. 

2. Ke kulike ana; ka hookohu ana. 
Ag'ri-ciil'tur-al, adj. E pill ana i ka 

oihana maliiai. Agricultural Society, 

nui mahiai. 
Ag'ri-ciilt'ure, n. Oihana mahiai. 
Ag'ri-^M'tur-ist, n. Kanaka mahiai. 

Syn. farmer. 
A- ground', adv. Hi; mau. The ship is 

aground, ua ili ka moku. The boat is 

aground, ua mau ka waapa. 
A'gue (a'gu), n. Ka mai anu me ka 

A-head', adv. He has gone ahead, aia 

oia imua. 

2. Go ahead in your studies, e nee imua 
ma kau mau haawina. 

3. To forge ahead, e nee malie imua. 
The ship forged ahead, nee malie ae la 

„ka moku imua. 

Aid, n. Kokua. Syn. help; assistance. 

Aid'de-camp (ad-de-kong), n. He 

_luna lawelawe no ke generala. 

Ail, v. 1. Eomaimai; enawaliwali. 
2. E hoopilikia. What ails the child? 
heaha ka mea e hoopilikia nei i ke kei- 

_ki? Syn. trouble; disturb. 

Aim, v. 1. E hoopololei ka nou ana; ke 
ki-pu' ana. 

2. E hookupono i ka manao maluna o 
kekahi kumu noonoo. Aim high in the 
pursuit of knowledge, e kau aku a kie- 

_kie ka manao i ka imi ana i kanaauao. 

Aim'less, adj. Luana wale ae; nanea 

wale; noonoo ole. To live an aimless 

life, e noho nanea wale. To study in an 

aimless way, e imi me ke noonoo ole; e 

^ imi wale. 

Air, n. 1. He ea. 

2. Ka leo wahine o ka leo mele. Syn. 

3. To put on airs, e hookapukapu; e 

Air, v. 1. E kaulai i ke ea. Air the bed 
clothes^ e kaulai na lole moe i ke ea. 

2. E wehe i ke ea. Air the room, e we- 

^ he ke keena i ke ea. Syn, ventilate. 

Air'pump, n. He pauma ea e pauma 

A ana i ke ea noloko mai o kekahi mea. 

Air' shaft, n. Puka hookomo ea i ka lua 


^.ir'tlght, adj. Komo ole ke ea; paa. 

Air'y, adj. 1. Hamama i ke ea. 
2. Lalelale. Syn. vivacious. 

Aisle (ile), n. He ala mawaena o na 
noho o ka luakini, a hale e ae paha. 

A -jar', adv. Hamama iki; hamama ha- 
pa. The door is ajar, hamama iki ka 

A-kin', adj. 1. Pili koko. 
2. Ano like. 

A-lac'ri-ty, n. Ka mikloi ma ka hana. 

A-larm',n. Puiwa; hopohopo; maka'u. 
Syn. fear. 

A-larm'ing, adj. Hooweliweli; hoo- 

A-larm'€lock, n. He wati kani hoopu- 

A-las', inter j. Auwe! 

Al-be'it, adv. Oiai nae. Syn. notwith- 

w standing. 

Al'bum, in. He huke malama i na mea 
milimili. Photographic album, he buke 
kii helehelena. Autograph album, he 
huke malama kakau lima. Stamp al- 
bum, he buke malama poo leta, me na 
„ hoailona pai e ae. 

Al'eo-hol, n. He wai kulu; he aleko- 
holo; ke kumu o na wai ikaika a pan. 

A-lert', adj. Makaala; hoihoi; miki. 
Syn. vigilant; prompt. To be on the 
alert, e anehe. 

A-lert'ness, in. Ka noho makaukau; 
^ka makaala. 

Al-gre-bra, %. Hoailona helu. 

A'li-as, adv. Oia hoi; pili i ka lawe ana 
i ka inoa kapakapa. Brown alias Smith, 
„o Baraunu, oia hoi o Kamika. 

Al'i-bl, n. Ma kahi e; he olelo no ke 
kanawai, e hoike ana aia ma kahi e ka 
mea i hopuia no ke karaima, i ka wa i 
hana ia ke karaima. 

Al'ien, n. He kupa no ka aina e. Syn. 

„2. Hemalihini. 

Al'ien-ate, v. 1. E hoolilo aku i keka- 
hi pono i kuleana na hai. 

2. He hoomokuahana i ke aloha. 

3. E hoohuli ku-e i ka manao. 
A-light', v. 1. E lele ilalo; e lehei. 

Alight from the horse, e lehei mai ka lio, 

2. E kau. The bird alights on the branch, 

ke kau nei ka manu ma ka lala 
A-lign'ment, n. Ka hooponopono ana 

o ka laina. 
4-llke', adv. Like a like. 
Al'i-mo-ny, n. He haawina waiwai na 

ka wahine mare, ke okiia, a ke hooka- 
w waleia paha mai ke kane. 
Al'i-quot, adj. Mahele koena ole. h is 

an aliquot part of 12, o ka 4 he mahele 

koena ole ia o ka 12. 
A-live', adj. Ola; e oia ana. 




All, adj. Pau loa; huina pau. Syn. to- 
„tal;_ the whole. 

Al-lay% v. E hooemi; e maalili mai. 
■Syn. mitigate. 

2. > E ken a. Syn. quench. To allay 
thirst, e kena i ka make wai. 

3. E hoona'; e akakuu. Syn. pacify; 

Al-le'gi-an^e, n. Ka pono o ka maka- 

ainana i kona aupuni. 

2. K a pono a ke kan aka e hana'i. 
Al-legre'(al-lej'),v. Ehaipololei. Syn. 
„ affirm. 
Al'le-gro-ry,ra. He kaao nanenane. Syn 

Al-le'vi-ate, v. E hoomama. Toalle- 
„viate distress, e hoomama i kaehakino. 
Al'ley, n. He alahele ololi iloko o ke 

Al-ll'an^e, n. Hekuikahi; kekuikahi 


2. He hui. Evangelical alliance, hui 
w Etianelio. 
Al'li-ga-tor, n. He moo mil ona muli- 

wai o America Hema. 
Al-low', v. E ae. Syn. permit. Allow 

me to go, e ae ia'u e hele. 
Al-low'an^-e, n. He haawina; he ma- 

A1 -loy', n. Ka hui ana o na metala ano 

Al-lude', v. E kuhikuhi. Syn. refer. 
Al-lure', v. E hoowalewale; e onou. 

Syn. entice. 
Al-lur'ing, adj. Hoomalimali. Syn. 

Al-lu'sion, n. See Reference. 
Al-ly', n. He hoa; he kokua. 
Al'ma Ma'ter, n. Ke kula nui kahi i 

loaa i ka haumana ka ike. 
Al'ma-nac n. 1. He alemenaka, papa 

kuhikuhi la. 

2. He buke hoike ana i na mea e pili 
ana i ka la, mahina, hoku, etc. 

3. Nautical almanac, he alemenaka 

4. Medical almanac, he alemenaka ho- 
ike laaulapaau. 

Al-might'y, adj. Mana loa. The Al- 
mighty, Ke Akua Mana Loa 

Almost', adv. Kokoke; aneane. Syn. 

.. very nearly. 

Alms, n. Na haawina manawalea. 

Alms'-house', n. Hale hookipa no ka 
poe i nele. Syn. poor-house. 

Aloft', adv. Iluna. Look aloft, e nana 
iluna. Pili i ka pii ana iluna o ke kia. 

A-lone', adj. Oia hookahi ; mehameha. 

A-ldng', adv. 1. Come along, e hele mai, 
2. Go along, e hele pela. 

A-long'side', adv. Pili aoao. Along- 
side of the wharf, pili aoao i ka uwapo. 

A-loTid', adv. Me ka leo moakaka; me 


Al'pka-bet, n. Ka papa A. 

Al'pha-bet'ie- al-ly, adv. Hoonohono- 
hoia mamuli o ka papa A. 

Al'pine, adj. 1. E pili ana i na mauna 

2. Kiekie, e like me na mauna Alepa. 
Alpine hights, na wahi kiekie o na mau- 

Al-read'y, adv. Ikeiamanawano; ano 
iho nei. 

Al'so, adv. and conj. No hoi. Do this 
also, e hana nohoi l keia. 

Al'tar, n. He kuahu; wahi mohai. 
Family altar, ka pule ohana. 

Al'ter, v. 1. E hoololi; e hoo-ano e. 
Syn. change. 
2. E poa; e kahe i ka laho. 

4-1-ter-a'tion, n. Ka hoololi ana; ka 
hoo-ano e ana. 

Al'ter-a-tlve, n. He laau lapaau; e 
hoo-ano e ana i ke koko. 

Al-ter-€ā'tion, n. Ka hoopaapaa ino 
ana. Syn. dispute; wrangle. 

Al-ter'nate-ly, adv. Pakahi; ma ke 
ano kike'. 

Al-ter'na-tive, n. Ka mea i kohoia o 
na mea elua. 

Al-though' (al-tho,), conj. Ina no pa- 

w ha; oial. 

Al'ti-tude, n. Ko kiekie. Syn. hight or 

„ height. 

Al'to, n. Ka lua o na leo mele kupono 
ikawahine; leoaleto. 

Al 'to-getb'er, adv. 1. Pau pu; hui 

2. Pakela loa. Altogether too much, oi 
pakela loa. 

A-lūm'nus,%.pL Alumni. He haumana 
i puka pono aku mai ke kula nui. 

Al'ways, adv. I na manawaapau; man. 

A-mān'u-ēn'sis, n. 1. Ka mea i kakau- 
lima no hai. 
2. Ka mea i kakau i ka olelo a hai. 

A-mass', v. E hooahu. Syn. accumu- 

Am'a-teur, n. Ka mea e hoomaamaa 
ana ma kekahi oihana. 

A-maz'ing, adj. Kupaianaha; luaole. 

Am-bas'sa-dor, n. He elele i hoouna- 
ia mai kekahi aupuni a i kekahi aupu- 

w ni aku. 

Am'bi-dex'ter, n. He mea i makaukau 
like me kona man lima elua. 

Am-Mg'u-oos, adj. Moakaka ole; ano 
lua; loli lua ke ano. An ambiguous sen- 
tence, he hopuna olelo ano lua. An am- 
biguous thought, he manao lole lua. 

Am-bl'tion, n, Ke ake o ka naau e lilo 
i pookela. 

„2. He manao hooia; manao hookiekie. 

4.m'ble, v. E nolo peke. Syn. pace. 

Am'bu-lan$e, n. He kaa halihali no 

w ka poe i eha 1 ke kaua. 

Am'bus-€ade', n. He poe e hoohalua 

„ ana i ka enemi ; he poipo. 

Am'busli, n. He pahele ; he wahi hoo- 

A-me'li-o-rate, v. 1. E hooakea i ka 
nohoana. Syn. alleviate. Ameliorate 
the condition of the poor, e hooakea i ka 
noho-ana o ka poe llihune. 




2. E hooluolu. Ameliorate pain, e ho- 
oluolu i ka eha. 

A-me'na-ble, adj. See Responsible. 

A-mend', v. 1. E hoololi. Amend the 
constitution, e hoololi i ke kuniukana- 

2. E konini; e oioio; e hooniaka mai e 

3. E hull mai ka hewa a i ka pono. 
A-mend'inent, n. Ka hoololi ana. 
A-niends', n. 1, Ka huikala ana. 

2. Ka mea i paniia no kekahi hana 
_ino, a olelo ino paha. 
Ain'i-a-ble, adj. Ku i ke aloha; ano 
„ oluolu. Syn. lovely. 
Am'i-ea-ble, adj. Ano launa. Syn. 

A-mid' ) prep. Iwaena; mawaena. Syn 
A-inidstj among. 
A-rniss', adj. 1. Ku pono ole. 
,2. Helehewa; huhewa. 
Ani'i-ty, n. 1. Ka launa o ka manao. 
Syn. friendship. 

2. Ke aloha hoalauna. Syn. good will. 
w Ka manao maikai. 

Ain'mu-ni'tion, n. Na lako na ke ki pu. 
Am'nes-ty, n. Ke kala ana i ka poe i 
kipi i ke aupuni. 

Am'o-rous, adj. Kuko wahine. Syn. 

A-mount', n. Ka huina. 

A- mount', v. E lilo. It amounted to a 
large sum, lilo ia i huina nui. 

Am-phlb'i-ous, adj Ola like iloko o 
„ ka wai a ma ka aina. 

Am'phi-tlie'a-ter, n. 1. Hale keaka 
nui, ano poai, o ka wa kahiko. 
2. Amphitheater of mountains, na mau- 
w nae poai ana. 

Am'ple, adj._ Lawa pono; nui kupono. 

Am'pli-fi-«a'tiQii, n. Ka hooakea ana; 
ka hoomahuahua ana. Syn. enlarge- 
w ment. 

Am'pli-fy, v. 1. E hoomahuahua; am- 
plify the dimensions, e hoomahuahua i 
na palena. 

2. E wehewehe hou a nui. Amplify 
the analysis, e wehewehe hou a nui i ka 
w olelo wehewehe. 

Am/ply, adv. Lawa kupono. Syn. suf- 
ficiently; bountifully. 

Am'pu-tate, v. E oki a moku loa. 

A-muse', v. E hoolealea; e hooluolu; e 
paani pu. 

A-niuse'nient, n. He Iealea; he paani. 

A-nius'ing;, adj. Lea; Iealea. 

A-naFo-gy, n. Na kumu hoohalike 
iwaena o na mea ano okoa; ka like a 
like o kekahi mau mea. Reason from 
analogy, e noonoo ma ka hoohalike. 

Anal'y-sis, n. 1. Ka mahele liilii ana 
o kekahi mea kino a loaa kona mau 

2. Ka wehewehe ana o kekahi manao, 
nanehai, a ninau pohihihi paha. 

An'a-lyse, v. E wehewehe ano. 

2. E hookaawale i na huna o kekahi 
w mea kino i loaa i kona mau kumu. 
An'areh-y f n. 1. Ka malu ole o ka no- 

ho ana. 

2. Ka noho ana kanawai ole. 
A-nat'o-my, n. Anatomia. He wehe- 
„ wehe ano no na mea kino ola. 
An'^es-tor, n. He kupuna o ka wa 

An-$es'tral, adj. No na kupuna mai. 
w Ancestral home, ka home o na kupuna. 
An'ges-try, n. Ke kuauhau. Syn. line- 
w age; birth. 

An'chor, n. He heleuma. 
An'ehor-agre, n. Wahi ku moku. 
Ancient, adj. Kahiko. 
Ancients, n. Ka poe o ka wa kahiko. 
And, conj. 1. A. And so it is, apelanoia. 

2. A me. The dog and cat, ka ilio a me 
ka popoki. 

3. He hua olelo e hoohni ana i na ma- 
mala olelo elua. John went a fishing, and 
James went to play, hele o Keoni i ka la- 
wa-i-a, a hele o Kimo i ka paani. 

An-dan'te, adj. Lolohi; malie; pili i 
w ke meleana. 

An'ee-dote, n. He wahi kaao iki. 

An'e-mdm'e-ter, n. He mikini ana i 
ka ikaika o ka makani. 

A-new', adv. Hou. Syn. again. 

An'g-el, n. Anela. 

An'ger, n. Huhu; ukiuki; inaina. 

An'gle, n. He huina. Right angle, hu- 
ina kupono. Acute angle huina oi. Ob- 

M tuse angle, huina peleleu. 

An'gle, v. E kamokoi. 

An^ler^w. Kanaka kamokoi. 

An'gli-9ise, v. E hoolilo i ano Bereta- 


An'gling, n. Ke kamokoi ana. 

An'gling-rod, n. He aho kamokoi. 

w Syn. fishing rod. 

An'gling-worm, n. He koe. 

An'g-ry, adj. Huhu. 

An'guisli, n. Kupaka. 

An'gu-lar, adj. Mehe huina la. 

An'i-mal, n. He mea ola, aole nae he 

w uhane kanaka kona; he holoholona, 

An'i-mal, adj. Holoholona. Animal 
instincts, ka noonoo holoholona. Ani- 
mal kingdom, ka mahele holoholona. 
Animal food, ka ai i-o holoholona. An- 

. imal spirits, ka hoihoi o n a holoholona. 
An-i-mal'eule, n. Mea ola makalii loa, 

„ ike oleia ka maka maoli, 

An'i-mate, v. 1. E hookomo ke ola 
i ke kino. 
2. Ehooeueu; e hoolalelale. Syn. en- 

w liven ; stimulate. 
An'i-mate, adj. Ola. Animate bodies, 

„ na kino ola. 

An'i-mat'ed, adj. 1. Ola. Animated na- 
ture, na mea ola a Ke Akua i hana'i; na 
mea ola o ke no nei. 
2. Miki; lalelale. 




An'i-ma'tion, n. Ka eleu; ka hoihoi. 
He spoke with animation, kamailio oia 
„ me ka hoihoi. 

An'i-mos'i-ty, n. Ka manao ku~e; ma- 

An'i-miis, n. Ka manao. Syn. mind. 

_ The animus was bad, ino ka manao. 

An'kle, n. Ka puupuu wawae. 

An'nals, n. Ka moolelo. Syn. history; 

An-nex', v. E pakui; e hookui. Syn. 

w append; join. 

An'nex-a'tion, n. Ka hoohui ana mai; 

„ta hookuimai. 

An-nl'hi-late, v. E hoopau loa; e hoo- 
lilo i mea ole loa. Syn. to cause to cease 

w to be. 

An'ni-ver'sa-ry, w. 1. Lahoomanao. 
Birthday anniversary, la hoomanao no 
ka hanau. 
2. Ka piha pono o ka makahiki. 

An-noun^e', v. E kukala; e hoolaha. 
Syn. proclaim; publish. 

An-motm$e'meiit, n. ke kukala'na; 
ka hoolaha'na. Syn. proclamation. 

An-ndy', v. E hoonaukiuki; e maha- 
oi; ehoouluhua. Syn. vex; tease; trou- 

An-noy'an<?e, n. He kumu hoonauki- 
uki; kumu hoouluhua. Syn. disturb- 
ance; vexation. 

An'nu-al, n. 1. He mea kupu ae, a 
make aku iloko o ka makahiki hooka- 
2. He buke i paiia i kela me keia ma- 

„ kahiki. 

An'nu-al, adj. Kela me keia makahiki. 

An-nu/i-ty, n, He uku makahiki. 

An-nōl', v. Ehoopau; ehoonoa. Syn. 

w abolish; nullify; cancel. 

An'nu-lar, adj. Mehe komo lima la. 
Annular space, ke kowa mawaena o na 
kaha poepoe elua, i kahaia kekahi ilo- 
ko ae o kekahi. Annular eclipse, ka hoo- 
pouli ana o ka la, a koe he malamalama 

,. mehe komolima la. 

An'o-dyne, n. He laau lapaau hoopau 

A-noint', v. E hamo ike kino; e poni. 

A-nom'a-ly, n. He mea mawaho ae o 
ka loina mau. 

A-non'y-ino&s, adj. Inoa ole. Anon- 
ymous letter, he palapala inoa ole. 

An-oth'er, adj. 1. Kekahi mea e- ke- 
kahi ae. 

v 2. Mea hou ae. 

An'swer (an'ser), v. 1. E pane; e hai 
i ka haina. 
2. E kupono. That will answer, e ku- 

^,pono ana kela. 

4n'swer, n. He haina; he pane ninau. 

An'swer-a-ble, arfj. 1. Hikikepane- 

2. You are answerable, maluna ou ka 
. pilikia. Syn. accountable. 

Ant, n. He naonao; he nonanona. 

An-tag'o-nist, n. 1. He enemi. 
2. Heboapaio. 

Ant-are'tie, adj. E moe ana ma ka 
w welau Hema. 

An'te-<?ēd'ent, n. Ka mea e hele ana 
„imua o kekahi mea e ae; ka mua. 
An'te-cham'ber, n. Ke keen a mawaho. 
An'te-date, v. E kakau e mamua. 
An'te-di-lu'vi-an, adj. Mamua'e o ke 
_ Kai-o-kahinalii. 
An'te-pe-ntilt', n. Ke kolu o na ma- 

mala o kekahi hua olelo. 
An-te'ri-or, adj. Mamua. Syn. before. 
An'te-robm, n. He keena mamua o ke 
w keena nui. 

An- them, n. He leo mclc hoolea; i ha- 
v kuia no na huaolelo o ka Baibala. 
An'thra-<?īte, n. Nanahu pohaku. 
An'tie, n. Paani o na holoholona. 
An-ti^'i-pate, v. E manao lana. Syn. 

expect; hope for. 

2. E kau nui ka manao maluna o ka 

pomaikai i manaoia e hiki mai ana. 

B. E noonoo e mamua; e hoomakaukau 

emamua._ Syn. foresee. 
An-ti^'i-pa'tion, n. Ka noonoo e ma- 
mua; ka hoomakaukau e ana o ka ma- 
„nao. Syn. expectation. 
An'ti-dote, n. 1. He huikala. 

2. He laau lapaau e huikala ana i na 

ino i loaa mamuli o na laau make, etc. 
An-tip'a-thy, n. Naauku-e'j naauhoo- 

waha'Waha'; naau mihimihi. 
An-tip'o-des, n. Ka poe e noho ana 

ma kela aoab o ka honua. 
w 2. Na wahi ma kela aoao o ka honua. 
An'ti-qua'ri-an, adj. No ka wa kahi- 

ko. Antiquarian researches, ka hull ana 
„ no na mea o ka wa kahiko. 
An/ti-qua'ry, n. He kanaka i huli no 
u na mea o ka wa kahiko. 
An-tiq'ui-ty, n. Ka wa kahiko. 

2. Ke kahiko. The antiquity of the 
„ book, he kahiko o ka buke. 
An'ti-quat'ed, adj. No ka wa kahiko. 
Ant'ler, n. Ke kiwi o ke dia. 
4.n'vil, n. Ka hao kui o ke amara. 
Anx-i'e-ty, n. Kupikipiki-o' o ka na- 
w au, Pihoihoi o ka naau. 
Anx'ious, adj. Hopohopo; pihoihoi. 
Anx'ioiis-ly, adv. Me ka pihoihoi. 
An'y (eny), adj. 1. Kekahi. Any one 

of them, kekahi mea o lakou. 

2. Any place, ke kau wahi. Syn. any 

An'y-li#w» adv. Ma kekahi ano. 
A-6r'ta, n. Ke aa-lele nui, e pauma ana 

i ke koko mai ka puuwai a iloko o na 

aa-koko nui. 
A-pa^e', adv. Awiwi. Syn. hastily. 
A-part', adv. Kaawale; pakahi. Syn. 

A-part'ment, n. He keena. Syn. room. 
Ap'a-thy, n. Palaka o ka manao; hoo- 
„maloka. Syn. indifference. 
Ape, v. E hana e like me ke keko. 

2. E hoohalike aku ma ke ano hoopi- 

A-pe'ri-ent, n. He laau hoonaha'. 




Ap'er-tiire, n. He puka; lie wahi ha- 

A'pex, n. Kawelau; ka wekiu. 
A-phē'li-on, n. Kahi ma na alapoai o 

na hoku-hele i mamao loa'ku lakou 
. mai ka La'ku. 

A'pi-a'ry, n. Wahi malama nalo meli. 
A-piē^e', adv. Pakahi. 
Ap'o-gee, n. Kahi o ke alahele o ka 

mahina i kaawale loa'ku oia mai ka 

honua aku, 
A-pol'o-grize; v. E haawi i ka olelo 


2. E mihi inrna o kekahi. J apologize 
for my words, ke mihi nei an no ka'u 

mau olelo. 
A-pdl'o-g-y, n. He olelo hoolaulea. 
v 2. He olelo mihi. Syn. excuse. 
Ap'o-plex'y, n. He mai ku hewa. 
A-pos'ta-tize, v. E haalele i ka mana- 

oio a i ka hoomana paha. 
A-pos'tle, n. He luna olelo, kekahi o 

na haumana he umikumamalua o ka 

A-pos'tro-plie, n. 1. He kaha (') e 

hoike ana ua haule kekahi hua olelo. 

2. He kamailio pololei aku i kekahi 

mea iloko o ka haiolelo. An apostrophe 

to the ocean, he kamailio pololei i ka 

A-p6th'e-«a-ry, n. Kanaka kaawili 

a knai i na laau lapaan. 
Ap-pall', v. E hooweliweli; ehooilihia. 
w SYN.*"terrify. 
Ap'pa-ra'tus, n. Napaahana; nalako 

e pono ai kekahi oihana. 
Ap-par'el, n. Ka aahn; na lole komo. 

Syn. dress; raiment; clothes. 
Ap-par'ent, adj. Moakaka. Syn. evi- 
dent; clear. 

2. Moakaka i ka ike maka. Syn. visi- 
Ap-par'ent-ly, adv. I ka nana'ku. 
Ap'pa-ri'tion, n. He nhane; he lapn; 

he kinowailua. Syn. ghost. 
Ap-peal, n. 1. He palapala hoopii mai 

kekahi aha hookolokolo a i kekahi aha 

kiekie ae. 

2. He olelo nonoi; olelo koi; olelo ao. 
Ap-pēal', v. 1. E hoopii mai kekahi 

olelo hooholo. 

2. E nonoi ; e koi. 
Ap-pear', v. 1. E hoea mai. The ship 

appears in sight, ke hoea mai nei ka 


2. I ka nana'kn. It appears he did not 

go, i ka nana'ku aole ia i hele. 
Ap-pear'an^e, n. 1. Ka nanaina. The 

ship presented a beautiful appearance, 

nani ka nanaina o ka mokn. 

2. Ka hiki kino mai. To put in an 

appearance, e hiki kino mai. 

8. He hiohiona. Appearances are a- 

gainst him, ku-e na hiohiona iaia. 
Ap-pease', v. E hoo-na; e hoolaulea; 

e malili. 
Ap-peased', adj. Akaknu. Syn. calm- 

ed; quieted. His hunger was appeased, 

akakuu kona pololi. 
Ap-pel'lant, n. Ka mea e hoopii ana 
w imua o ke kanawai. 
Ap'pel-la'tion, n. He inoa. Syn. 

name; title. 
Ap-pend', v. E pakui ; e hookui. Syn. 

Ap-pēnd'a£e, n. Ka mea i pakuiia; 

ka mea i hookuiia. 
Ap-pen'dix, n. He olelo pakui, ma ka 
„ hope o ka huke. 

Ap'per-tain', v. Pili. Syn. relate to; 
„ belong to. 

Ap'pe-tite, n, 1. Ono ai. Without ap- 
petite, kanea; kaea. 

2. Kekuko. The appetites and passions, 

Ap'pe-tlz'er, n. Mea hoala i ka ono ai. 
Ap-plaud', v. E mahalo; e mahalo me 

ka pai lima. 
Ap-plause', n. Ka mahalo i hoikeia 
v ma ka pailima, a keehi wawae paha, 
Ap'ple, n. 1. He apala, hua ai. 

2. Apple of the eye, ka onohi maka. 
Ap-pll'an^e, n. Ka mea e hiki ai ke- 
w kahihana. 

Ap'pli-ea-ble, adj. Ku pono ; pilipono, 
Ap'pli-cant, n. Ka mea e noi ana. An 

applicant for office, ka mea e noi ana i 
„ oihana. 
Ap'pli-ea'tion, n. 1. Ka noi ana. 

2. Ka pili paa ana i kekahi mea a ko 
aku la. 

3. Ke kupaa ana o ka manao. 

4. Ka hoopiliana. 

Ap-ply', v. 1. E hoopili; he applied the 

rule, ua hoopili oia i ka rula. 

2. E hoopaa. Apply your mind to your 

lessons, e hoopaa kou manao i kan man 


8. E hoopii. He applied to me for work, 

hoopii mai oia imua o'u i hana. Syn. 

ask, noi. 
Ap-point', v. E hookoho. 
Ap'point-ee', n. Ka mea i hookohoia. 
Ap-point'ment, n. Ka hookoho ana. 
Ap-por'tion, v. E mahele aku. 
Ap'po-site, adj. Kupono loa. Syn. 
w very suitable. 
Ap'po-si'tion, n. Ke ku ana o kekahi 

naiinoa no kekahi haiinoa. Bill, the 

blacksmith, shod my horse, na Pila, ke 

amara, i kapili i na hao o kuu lio. 
Ap-prais'al, n. Ka hooholo ana no ka 

waiwai o kekahi mea, mamuli o ke 

Ap-praise', v. E hooholo no ka waiwai 

o kekahi mea. 
Ap-prais'er, n. Luna hooholo no ka 

waiwai o kekahi mea. 
Ap-pre'<?i-āte, v. E hoomaopopo me 
w ka apono. 
Ap'pre-hend', v. 1. E hoomaopopo i 

ke ano. I apprehend the meaning, ke 

hoomaopopo nei au i ke ano. 

2. E hopu, ma ke kanawai. The Sheriff' 




apprehends the thief, ke hopu nei ka 
„ makai i ka aihue. Syn. arrest. 
Ai^'pre-hen'sion, n. 1. Ka hopu ana. 
Syn. arrest. 

2. Ka hoomaopopo ana. Syn. compre- 
hension. A man of dull apprehension, 
lie kanaka hoomaopopo uuku. 

3. Apprehension of mind, ka hopohopo 
„o ka manao. Syn. doubt; anxiety. 

Ap'pre-hen'sive, adj. Kanalua; hao- 

Ap-pren'tlce, n. Ka mea i hoopaaia 

nia ke kanawai, e ao i kekahi oihana 

hana lima. 
Ap-pren'tice-ship, n. Ka manawa i 

hoopaaia'i o kekahi no ke ao ana i ka 

Ap-prise', v. E hoakaka; e hai aku. 

Syn. inform. 
Ap-proach/, n, 1. He ala e kai ana. 

The approach to the house, ke ala e kai 

ana i ka hale. 

2. Ka hookokoke ana; kahoea ana mai. 

The approach of the enemy, ka hoea ana 

mai oka enemi. 
Ap-proach.', v. E hookokoke; e nee a 
w kokoke. 
Ap'pro-ba'tion, n. 1. Ka hoapono ; ka 

apono. The approbation of the teacher, 

ka apono o ke kumukula. Syn. ap- 

2. Ka maliu ana. 
Ap-pro'pri-ate, adj. Kupono. Syn. 

applicable; suitable. 
Ap-pro'pri-ate, v. E hookaawale; e 

hoolaa. Appropriate a sum of money, e 

hookaawale i puu dala. Appropriate to 

sacred uses, e hoolaa. 
Ap-pro'pri-a'tion, n. 1. Hehaawina; 

Appropriation bill, he bila haawina. 

2. He puu dala i hookaawaleia no ke- 
kahi hana. 
Ap-prove', v. E apono; e hoapono. 
Ap-prox'i-mate, v. E hookokoke. Syn. 

Ap-prox'i-mate, adj. Ano like; ane- 

ane pololei. An approximate result, he 

loaa aneane pololei. Syn. proximate. 
Ap-prox'i-ma'tion, n. Ka hookokoke 

ana. An approximation to the truth, ka 

hookokoke ana i ka oiaio. 
Ap-pur'te-nance, n. Mea pili. Syn. 
_ad]unct; appendage. 
A'pril, n. Aperila. Ka ha o na mahina 
A-pron, n. He epana; he pale lole no 

ke alo, e malama ana i ka maemae o ka 
„ aahu. 
Apt, adj. 1. kupono. Syn. fit; suitable. 

An apt reply, he pane kupono. 

2. Makaukau. Syn. ready; skillful. 
An apt workman, he kanaka hana ma- 

3. Maa; walea. Syn. accustomed. Apt 
„ to become careless, maa i ka hauhili. 

.ipt'i-tudeJ Ke kupono; kamakau- 
Apt'ness, \ ' kau. Syn. fitness; suit- 

A-qua'ri-um, n. He wahi e malama 

ai i na mea ola, a me na mea ulu o ka 

A-quat'ic, adj. 1. O ka wai. An aqua- 
tic fowl, he manu o ka wai. Aquatic 
„ sports, na lealea o ka wai. 
Aq'ue-diict, n. He ha wai; he auwai. 
Ar'ab, n. He kamaaina no Arabia. 
Ar'a-bic, adj. No Arabia. 
Ar'a-ble, adj. Kupono ke mahi. 
Ar'bi-tra-ry, adj. 1. Mawaho o ke ka- 


2. Mamuli o ka manao iho. An arbi- 
trary person, he kanaka e hooko ana 
.. mamuli o kona manao wale iho no. 
Ar'bi-trate, v. E hooholo i ka pono 
..iwaena o na aoao elua; e uwao. 
Ar'bi-tra'tion, n. Ka hooholo ana o ka 

pono iwaena o na aoao elua; ka uwao 
,. ana. 
Ar'bi-tra'tor, n. Ka mea e hooholo ana 

no ka pono iwaena o na aoao elua; he 
.. uwao. 

Ar'bor, n. Wahi malumalu o na laau 
.. ulu. 

Arc, n. He nio. An arc of a circle, he 
.. pio o ka poai. 
Arch, adj. 1. Maalea. Syn. shrewd; 


2. Kiekie. Arch-angel, anela kiekie. 
„ Arch-bishop, bihopa kiekie. 
Arch, n. Hepio;nepao. 
Arch, v. E hoopio ; e holu. 
Ar'chae-ol'o-gry, n. Ka ike e pili ana 

i ka noho ana o na kanaka o ka wa 
.. kahiko, 

Arch-bish'op, n. Bihopa Nui. 
Ārch-ēn'e-my, n. 1. He enemi nui. 
..2. Satana; ka diabolo'. 
Arch'er, n. He mea akamai i ka pana 
.. pua. 

Arch'er-y, n. Ke akamai o ka pana 
.. pua. 

Ar-chi-pel'a-go, n. He pae moku. 
Ar'ehi-tect, n. He kanaka kukulu 
.. hale. 
Ar'chi-tect'ure, n. Ke kukulu ana. 

Science of architecture, ka ike no ke ku- 
.. kulu ana. 
Ar'chives, n. 1. Na buke moolelo no 

na oihana aupuni. 

2. Ka waihona buke moolelo o ke au- 
.. puni. 

Arch'ly, adv. Me ka maalea. Syn. 
..roguishly; mischievously. 
Arc'tic, n. Na wahi o ka honua e hoo- 

puni ana i ka welau akau. 

2. Arc-tic circle, ka poai anu akau. 
.. Arc-tic weather, kau anu loa. 
Ar'dent, adj. 1. Wela loa. Ardent 

heat of the sun, ka wela loa o ka la. 

2. Pumehana. Ardent love, aloha pu- 
.. mehana. 

Ar'dent-Iy, adv. 1. Me ka wela nui. 
„ 2. Me ka pumehana loa. 
Ar'dor, n. 1. He wela. The ardor of 

the sun's rays, ka wela o na kukuna o 

ka la. 




2. He pumehana, the ardor of love, ka 

pumehana o ke aloha. 

8. He iini nui o ka naau. He studies 

with ardor, ke iini nei oia me ka iini 
..nui o kanaau. Syn. eagerness; fervor. 
Ar'du-oos, adj. Pilikia ; paakiki. Syn. 

hard; difficult. An arduous work, he 
_ hana pilikia. 
A're-a, n. Ili. Syn. surface. Area of 

land, ili o ka aina. 
A-re'na, n. Wahi akea, kahi i hooko- 
..ia'i keia me keia hana akea. 
Ar'gue, -u. E paiopu; e wehewehe ku- 
.. mumanao. Syn. debate; reason. 
Ar'gu-ment, n. Ka wehewehe ana. 
.. 2. Ke kumu manao; ka paio ana. 
Ar'gTi-mexit'a-tive, adj. 1. Pili i ka 

wehewehe ano. 

2. Akamai ika wehewehe ano. An ar- 
gumentative mind, he naau akamai i ka 
w wehewehe ano. 

Ar'id, adj. Panoa. Syn. sterile; bar- 
A-riglit', adv. Me ka pono; me ka 

A-rise', v. 1. E ala. Questions will 

arise, e ala mai ana na ninau. 
w 2. Eeu. 
Ar'is-toc/ra-^y, n. 1. He aupuni i 

hoomaluia e na 'lii me ka poe koikoi 

wale no. 
w 2. Na makaainana koikoi o ka aina. 
Ar'is-to-erāt/i<3, adj. Koikoi; hano- 

A-rith'me-tic, n. Nahelu; arimatika. 

Mental arithmetic, helu naau. Written 

arithmetic, helu kakau. 
A-ritli'me-ti'^ian, n. Mea i akamai 
.. ma na helu. 
Ark, n. He pahu. Ark of the covenant, 

ka pahu berita, 

2. Hale lana. Noah's Ark, ka hale lana 
,. a Noa. 
Arm, v. 1. E kahiko i na mea kaua. 

2. E hoomakaukau i na lako no ke 

Arm'a-ment, n. Na lako no ke kaua. 
Arm'cliair, n. Noho paipai lima. 
Arm'ful, n. Ka piha lima nui. 
Arm'liole, n. Ka puka no ka lima. 
Arm'i-sti<?e, n. Ka hoomoe iki ana o kaua. 

Ar'mor, n. Ke kahiko kaua metala. 
Ar'mo-ry, n. Hale kahiko kaua. 
Arm/pit, n. Poaeae. 
Arms, n. Na pu, me na pahi kaua o ke- 
_la a me keia ano. 
Arms'length, n. 1. Hai lima. 

2. Kaawale. To keep at arms length, e 
.. hookaawale aku. 
Ar'my, n. He puali koa nui. 
Ar'my-worm, n. Ka peelua, 
4-ro'ma, n. He ala. Syn. fragrance. 
Ar'o-mat'ie, adj. Aala, Syn. fragrant. 
A-roimd', prep. A puni. All around, 

ma na wahi a pau e puni ana. 
A -rouse', v. E hoala; e hooeu/eu\ 
Ar-raign' (ar-rane), v. E hoopii ku-e'. 

To arraign a motive, e hoopii ku-e i ke-. 
kahi manao. To arraign at the bar of 
justice, e hoopii ku-e' imua o ka aha 

Ar-raage' v. E hooponopono; e hoo- 
nohonoho pono. Syn. to adjust; to set 
in order. Arrange a difficulty, e hoopo- 
nopono i ka hihia. Arrange a room, e 
hoonohonoho pono i ke keena. 

Ar-rangre'ment, n. 1. Ka hoonohonoho 
ana. The arrangement of the books, ka 
hoonohonoho ana i na buke. 

2. Ka hooponopono ana. The arrange- 
ment of the difficulty, ka hooponopono 
ana i ka hihia. 

3. Ka noomakaukau ana. The arrange- 
ments for a meeting, ka hoomakaukau 

w ana no ka halawai. 
Ar'rant, adj. Kaulana no ka ino. Syn. 

infamous; vile. An arrant coward, he 

maka'u wale i kaulana. 
Ar-ray', v. 1. E hoonohonoho i ka hoo- 

uka kaua. 

2. E kahiko a nani ke kino. Syn. 

Ar-r ears', n. 1. Komo i ka aie. 

2. Koena aie. Syn. debt. 
Ar-rest',^. 1. E hopu. Arrest the crim- 
inal, e hopu i ka lawe hala. 

2. E keakea; e kau pale. Arrest his 
evil course, e keakea i kona alanui e he-. 
le ai i ka ino. 

3. E hoopaa. Arrest the attention, e hoo- 
paa i ka noonoo. 

Ar-riv'al, n. 1. Ke ku ana mai. Ar- 
rival of the ship, ke ku ana mai o ka 

2. Ka hiki ana mai. The arrival of the 
mail, ka hiki ana mai o ke eke leta. 

3. Ka hoea ana mai, The arrival in 
sight, or the coming in sight* 

Ar-rive', v. E ku mai. 

2. E hiki mai. 
„3. Arrive in sight, e hoea mai. 
Ar'ro-gan^e, n. Hookiekie; haakei. 
w Syn. haughtiness; conceit. 
Ar'ro-gate, v. E hookiekie; e hoohaa- 

Ar'row, n. He pua pana, 
Ar'row-robt, n. Pia. 
Ar'se-nal, n. Hale hooahu no na lako 

Ar'son, n. Ka puhi kolohe ana i ka ha- 
,. le, a moku paha, i ke ahi. 
Art, n. Ka ike akamai no na hana lima. 

Mechanical art, oihana hana lima. 

2. Fine arts, na oihana haku mele me 
ka pena kii. 

3. Liberal, or polite arts, na oihana hoo- 

..4. Noeau; akamai. Syn. skill. 
Ar'tter-y, n. Aa lele, e hookahe ana i 

ke koko iloko o na aa koko. 
Ār-tē'sian, adj. Artesian well, he lua 
. wai i wiliia. 
Art'itil, adj. 1. Noeau. Syn. skillful. 

2. Maalea. Syn. cunning. 




Ar'ti-ele, n, He mea. Any article you 

please, aia ka mea au i makemake ai. 

2. He hua olelo. a, an. 
,. 3. He pauku olelo. Article 1, Pauku 1. 
Ar'ti-fice, v. 1. He hana epa; hana 

maalea. Syn. trick; fraud. 
..2. He hana akamai. Syn. contrivance. 
Ar-tif'i-cer, n. He kanaka akamai i 
. ka hana lima. Syn. artisan. 
Ar'ti-f i'cial, adj. 1. Hana ia e ka lima 


2. Hookamani; oiaio ole. Artificial 
,. smile, he aka hookamani. 
Ar-til'ler-ist, n. 1. He mea akamai me 

na pukaua nui. 
.. 2. He koa lawelawe pukaua nui. 
Ar-til'ler-y, n. 1. Na pukaua nui me 

na lako. 

2. Ka puali kaua e lawelawe ana me 

na pukaua nui. 
.. 3. Na lako o ka pana me na pua. 
Art'ist, n. 1. He mea akamai ma keka- 
hi o li a oihana akamai. 
.. 2. He mea pena kii; pai kii. 
Ar-tis'tie, adj Eleu ma na hana aka- 

Artless, adj. Ena ole; maalea ole. 
.. Oiaio, me he keiki liilii la. 
Art'less-ness, n. Ke ano oiaio maoli; 
„ hookamani ole. Syn. ingenuousness. 
As, adv. 1. E like me. Do as I do, e hana 

e like me au nei. 

2. Penei. As for instance, penei paha. 

3. Oiai. As you are tardy you must stop 
after school, oiai ua komo hope oe e no- 
ho oe mahope o ke kula. Syn. since; 
for as much. 

4. As if, mehe mea'la; mehea'la. 
As-cend', v. 1. E pii; e pii iluna. 

2. Pukoo; punohu. Ascend as smoke, 

ke pukoo nei ka uahi. 
As-cend'en-cy, n. Ka mana. Syn. 

power; control. 
As-<?ent', n. Kapiina; hoopiina. 
As'cer-tain', v. E hoomaopopo lea. 
As-erlbe', v. 1. E kapilipili. Ascribe 

false motives, e kapilipili i na manao 

ino. Syn. impute; attribute. 

2. E hoopili; e haawi. Ascribe power 

to God, e hoopili aku kamana i Ke Akua 

Ascriptions of praise, e haawi i ka hoo- 

A-shamed', adj. Hilahila; palaimaka. 
Ash'es, n. Na Jehu ahi. 
A-shore', adv. Ma kahakai; ua ili. 

The ship is ashore, ua ili ka moku. 

2. To go ashore, (from ship or boat), e 

lele iuka. 
„3. To go ashore, (as a boat), e pae iuka. 
Asli'y, adj. Mehe lehu la. 
A'si-at'ie, adj. No Asia. 
A-sIde', adv. Ma ka aoao; ma kahi ka- 

awale. Step aside, e nee aku ma ka 
^ aoao, e nee aku ma kahi kaawale. 
As'i— nine, adj. Ano kekake; ano nu- 
. nuha; paakiki. 
Ask, v. 1. E noi. Syn. request. 

2. E ninau. Syn. to question. 

3. Ask for information, e niele; e nle- 

4. Ask continuously, e ninaninau. 
As-kange', adv. To look askance, e awihi 

na maka. 
A- slant', adv. Hi-o'. 
A-sleep', adj. Hiamoe. 
As'pect, n. Hiohiona; he nanaina. 
As-per'i-ty, n. Ano huhu; okalakala. 

Syn. acrimony. 
As-perse', v. E paokee ; e akiaki. Syn. 

slander; defame. 
As-nir'ant, n. He hooikaika; mea iini 

nui. An aspirant for fame, he mea 
„ hooikaika nui i kaulana. 
As'pi-rate, n. He leo ha. 
As'pl-ra'tion, n. 1. Ka ha ana o ka 


2. Ka iini o ka naau e holo mua. 
As-pīr'ing, adj. Hooeueu; holomua. 

Syn. ambitious. 
A s-plre', v. E iini me ka hooikaika pu. 
Ass, n. 1. He kakake. 

2. He kanaka naaupo, paakiki. 
As- sail', v. E hakaka'; e ku-e. Syn. 

attack; assault. 
As-sail'ant, n. Mea hakaka; mea ku-e. 

2. Mea hoomaka e hakaka'. 
As-sas'sin, n. He kanaka kawa' po. 
As-sas'sin-ate, v. Ekawa'po; e kimo 

As-sault', v. E lima ikaika aku; e ha- 
kaka; epepehi. 

2. Assault and battery, ka hakaka' me- 

me ka pepehi. 
As-say', n. Ka hoomaopopo ana i ka 

nui o ka metala ma kekahi minerala. 

2. Ka hoomaopopo ana i ka nui o ke 

kala, a gula paha, ma ke dala aupuni. 
As-sem'ble, v. E hooakoakoa. 
As-sem'bly, n. He aha; he anaina. 

Legislative Assembly, ahaolelo kau ka- 

nawai. Beligious assembly, anaina hai- 

As-sent', v. E ae, mamuli o kekahi o- 

lelo, a hana paha. Syn. consent. 
As-sert', v. E hooia. Syn. affirm. 

2. E hai me ke kanalua ole. Syn. 

aver; declare. 
As-ser'tion, n. He olelo hooia; olelo 

hoomaopopo. Syn. declaration. 

2. He olelo wale no. That is your as- 
sertion; prove it. Kau olelo wale no ia; 

e hooia mai. 
As-sess', v. E auhau; e helu. He is 

assessed for the school tax, auhauia (he- 

luia) oia no ka auhau kula. 
As-sess'a-ble, adj. Ku pono i ka au- 
As-sess'ment, n. Ka helu ana no ka 

As,-sess'or, n. Luna helu no na auhau. 

As'sets, n. pi. Na pono kino a pau i 
_hiki ke kuaiia no ke dala. 
As'si-du'i-ty, n. Ka hooikaika; ka mi- 

kiala. Syn. dilligence. 
As-sid'n-oiis, adj, Mikiala; hooikaika^ 

Syn. dilligent. 





As- sign', v. 1. E haawi. I assign this 
work to you, ke haawi nei au i keia hana 
ia oe. I assign no reason, aole au e ha- 
awi i kumu. 

2. To assign a Emit,, e kau i palena. 

3. To assign a day, e kuhikuhi i la. 

4. To assign counsel to prisoner, e hoo- 
koho i kokua no ka lawehala. 

5. To assign property \ e waiho i ka wai- 
wai ma ka lima o hai. 

6. To assign a portion, e mahele i haa- 
w wina. 

As'slgn-ee', n. Ka haku malama wai- 

wai o ka mea i aie, no ka pono o ka poe 

i aieia. 
As-slgn'ment, n. Ka waiho ana o ka 

waiwai o ka mea i aie, no ka pono o ka 

poe i aieia. 
As-sign'or, n. Ka mea nana i waiho i 

kona waiwai, no ka pono o ka poe nana 

ia i hooaie. 
As-sim'i-late. v. E hoolike; ehoolike- 

As-sistf, v. E kokua. Syn. aid; help. 
As-sist'an^e, n. Kokua. Syn. help. 
As-sist'ant, n. He kokoolua: he kokua. 
As-so'<ji-ate, n. He hoa; he kokoolua. 
As-so'<$i-ate', v. E launa pu. 
As-so'$i-a'tion, n. 1. Ka launa 

ana o na noonoo. 

2. He aha; ahahui. Association for 

the advancement of knowledge, he ahahui 

no ka hooholo mua ana o ka ike. Syn. 

As- sort', v. 1. E hookaawale ma na 


2. E ahu, i kela me keia ano. 
As-soTt'ment, n. He ahu o kela me 

keia mea. 
As-suage', a?. E hoomalili; e hooemi; 

e hooluolu. Assuage grief, e hooluolu i 

ka luuluu. Syn. mitigate; alleviate; 

As-sume', v. 1. E olelo wale me ka 

hooia ole. 

2. E lawe. Assume power, e lawe i ka 
man a. Syn. take. 

3. E hookamani. Assume a virtue, e 
hookamani mamuli o kekahi pono. 

As-sur'an^e, n. 1. Oni paa. Full as- 
surance of hope, ka oni paa o ka manao 

2. Mahaoi. Syn. impudence. 

3. Panai ola. See insurance. 
As-sure', v. 1. E hooia; e hai oiaio. 

2. E panai ola. See insure. 

As-sur'ed-ly, adv. He oiaio. Syn. 

„ certainly. 

As'ter-isk, n. He hoailona pai (*). 

A-stern', adv. I hope, o ka moku. 

Asth'ma, n. Haanou; nae. 

Asth.-māt'i«, adj. Mai i ka haanou. 

As-ton'ish, v. E haohao; e puiwa. 

As-t6n'isli-ing, adj. Kupanaha; ka- 
mahao. Syn. wonderful. 

As-ton'isli-ment, n. Haohao o ka ma- 
nao. Syn. wonder. 

A-stray', adv. Auwana; hewa. To go 
astray, e hele hewa; e hele auwana. 

A-stride', adj. Kihelei. 

As-tr61'o-ger, n. He kilo hoku'. 

As-tron'o-mer, n. Kanaka ao-hoku\ 

As-tron'o-my, n. Ao-hoku'. 

As-tute', adj. Noeau; maalea. Syn. 
shrewd; sagacious; wily. 

A-sim'der, adv. Kaawale. 

A-sy'lum, n. Hale hookipa no ka poe 
i luuluu i kekahi pilikia. Insane asy- 

„ lum, hale hookipa no ka poe pupule. 

At, prep. 1. Ma. At first, mamua; i ki- 

„2. I. Look at the child, e nana ike keiki. 

A'the-ist, n. Kanaka hoole akua. Syn. 

w infidel. 

A'the-ist'ie-al, adj. Hoole akua. 

Ath-lete', n. Kanaka puipui, kanaka 
hooikaika kino. 

Ath-let'ie, adj. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. 
lustv ; rohust. Athletic sports, na lealea 
hooikaika kino. 

A-thwart', prep. Mawaena; mai kahi 
aoao a i kahi aoao. Athwartships, ma- 
waena o ka moku, mai kahi aoao a i 

. kahi aoao o ka moku. 

At'las, n. He puke palapala aina. 

At'mos-phere. n. Kalewa; ke ea. 

Atmos-pliei'ics-al, adj. No ka lewa; 
no ke ea. 

A-toll', n. He mokupuni akoakoa o ke 
kai, he ane poepoe me ka loko kai ma- 

At'om, n. He pula ; hu'na. 

A-tone', v, E kala i ka hala. 

A-tone'ment, n. Ke kalahala. 

A-tro'$ioiis, adj. Hewa loa; lokoino 

A-tr3<?'i-ty, n. Ka mainoino nui ; loko- 
ino loa. 

At-tach', v. 1. E hoopili; e hoopaa, 
Attach a label, e hoopili i hoailona. Syn. 
affix; tie. 

2. E pili aloha aku. Syn. en amor. 

3. E hopu i ka waiwai, a kino paha, 
w no ka aie. Syn. sieze. 

Attache' (at-ta-sha'), n. He kakau- 

olelo no ka elele aupuni. 
At-tach'ment, n. 1. Ka hoopaa ana; 

hoopili ana. 

2. Ka pili aloha. Syn. Affection. 

3. Palapala hoopaa waiwai. 
At-taek', v. 1. Enakaka. Syn. assault. 

2. E hoouka kaua. Syn. battle. 

At-tain', v. E loaa, mamuli o ka hoo- 
ikaika. Syn. arrive at. 

At-tain'a-Tble, adj. Hiki ke loaa ma- 
muli o ka hooikaika. 

At-tain'ment, n. Ka loaa mamuli o ka 

At-tempt', 7i, Kahoaoana. Syn. trial; 
effort. Make an attempt, e hoao. 

At- tend', v. 1. E hoolohe. Syn. listen; 

2. Attend service, e hele i ka halawai. 

3. E lawelawe. To attend on the sick, 




e Iawelawe no ka poe mai. Syn. wait 
At-tēnd'an<ce, n. 1. Ka hoolohe ana. 
Syn. regard. Attendance on instruction, 
ka hoolohe ana i ka naauao. 

2. Ka hele mau ana. Attendance at 
court, ka hele man ana i ka ana hoo- 

3. Ka Iawelawe ana. Syn. waiting 

At-tend'ant, n. 1. He mea Iawelawe. 
2. He mea hele man. An attendant at 
church, he mea hele mau i ka halawai. 

At-ten'tion, n. 1. Hoolohe. Syn. heed. 

2. Noonoo. Attention to study, ka noo- 
noo no ke ao ana. 

3. Maliu; hoolaulea. Syn. civility; 
respect. Attention to guests, ka maliu 
ana i na hoa aina. 

At-tent'ive, adj. 1. Hoolohe. An at- 
tentive child, he keiki hoolohe. Syn. 
2. Maliu; laulea. 

At-tent'ive-ly, adj. 1. Listen attentive- 
ly, e haliu pono mai i na pepeiao ; e ha- 
ka pono. _ 

At-ten'u-at-ed, adj. 1. Wiwi; olala. 
Syn. thin. 

2. Lahilahi loa. 

3. Makalii loa. 

At-test/, v. E olelo hoike. Syn. wit- 

At' tie, n. Kauwahi o ka hale malalo 
pono o ke kaupoko. 

At- tire', n. Na aahu; na lole komo. 

w Syn. garments; raiment: clothes. 

At'ti-tude, n. 1. Ke ano o ke ku ana, 
ka noho ana, ka moe ana. To stand in 
a lazy attitude, e ku ma ke ano lomalo- 
ma. To sit in an attitude of attention, e 
noho me ka haka pono. A reclining at- 
titude, he moe hilinai. 
2. To assume a threatening attitude, e 
noho (or ku) ma ke ano hooweliweli. 

At-tor'ney, n. He kokua ma ke kana- 
wai; he hope; heloio. 

At-trā«t', v. E ume. The sun attracts 
the earth, ume ka La i ka Honua. To at- 
tract attention, e ume i ka noonoo; or 
e ume i ka ike o ka maka. 

At-tra«'tion, n. 1. K a ume ana. At- 
traction of gravitation, ka ume ana oka 

honua i ke kaumaha. 
2. He mea aulii ; mea mikioi ; he kumu 

At-tra«t'ive, adj. Aulii; onou. An at- 
tractive woman, he wahine aulii. At- 
tractive vice, na lealea e onou ana. 

At-trib'ute, v- See Ascribe. 

At'tri-bute, n. He ano; he loina. 

Aru/tion, n. Kudala. 

Aiie'tion-eer', n. Kanaka kudala. 

Au-da'^ioiis, adj. Nahoa; aa; mahaoi; 
Syn. bold. 

Au-da<5'i-ty, n. Ke ano nahoa; aa wale. 

Au'di-ble, adj. Loheia. 

^Vu'di-bly, adv. Maopopo i ka pepeiao. 

Att'di-en$e, n. 1. Ka lohe ana. Syn. 
hearing. In the audience of the people, 
ma ka lohe ana o na kanaka. 
2. He anaina. Syn. assembly. Speak 
before an audience, e kamilio imua o ke 

Au/dlt, v. E hooia i na helu, aina buke 

* helupaha. 

Au'di-tor, n. 1. Luna hooia helu dala. 
2. Ka mea e lohe ana. 

Au/ger, n. He wili puka nui. 

iViig-ment', v. E hoomahuahua'e. 
Syn. increase. 

Au'gur, <y. E kilokilo; e wanana. Syn. 
predict; for bode. 

Au'gust, n. Ka mahina, Augate. 

.^.u-gust', adj. Hanohano loa. 

Aunt, n. Kaikuahine o ka makua; ma- 
kua ma ka hanau'na. 

Au-rie'u-lar, adj. E pili ana i ka pe- 

Au-ro'ra, n. Ke alaula. 

Au'spi-^es, n. Malu. Under the aus- 
pices of the King, malalo o ka malu o ka 

Au-spP<?iotis, adj. Kupono. Syn. pro- 
pitious. An auspicious day, he la ku- 

Au-ster'i-ty, n. Ano oolea. Syn. se- 

Au'top-sy, n. Ka imi ana i ke kumu 
make. Syn. Post mortem examination. 

Aii-then'tie, adj. Oiaio, Syn. true; 
genuine. An authentic account, he kaao 

Au-then'ti-cate v. E hooia. Syn. 

Au'then-ti^'i-ty, n. Ka oiaio maoli. 
Syn. genuineness. 

Au'thor, n. 1. Ke kumu; ka mea i 
hookumu. He is the author of the troub- 
le, ke kumu oia o ka pilikia; or, nana i 
hookumu i ka pilikia, Syn. source. 

2. The Great Author of life, ke Kumu 
Nui o ke ola. 

3. Mea haku buke; haku mele, etc. 
Au-thor'i-ta-tive, adj. Mana. An au- 
thoritative manner, he ano mana. 

^.u-.tlior'i-tyi n, Ka mana kauoha. 

Syn. power. J^y authority, ma ke ka~ 

uoha. All in authority, ka poe a pan ia 

lakou ka mana kauoha. 

2. He mea i hilinai ia; he koo. He is 

an authority in law } he mea oia i hilinai 

ia ma ke kanawai; or, he koo oia ma 

ke kanawai. 
Au'thor-Ize, v. E kauoha; e haawi i 

ka mana. 
Aii/to-bi-dg'ra-phy, n. He moolelo 

a ke kanaka nona iho. 
Au-tde'ra-$y, n. Ka mana hookahi. 
iVu'to-€rat, n. Ka mea iaia ka mana 

hookahi; ka mana a pau. 
Au/to-graph, n. Ke kakaulima. Syn. 

hand- writing; chirograph y. 
Au/tumn, n. Kau haule o na lau. 
Aux-il'ia-ry, n. 1 He kokoolua. Syn. 

assistant; ally. 




2. An auxiliary verb, he haina kokua, 
A- vail', v. E kokua. Syn. assist. 

Lying will not avail, o ka wahahee he 

mea kokua ole ia. 
A-vails', n. pi. Na loaa. Syn. profits. 

The avails of industry, na loaa niamuli 

o ka h.ooikaika. 
A-vail'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke loaa. 
Av'a-lanclie, n. Ke kaa ana. An ava- 
lanche of earth, ke kaa ana o ka lepo, 
w (ma na pali o kuahiwi). 
Av'a-ri(je, n, Puniwaiwai; makee wai- 
^wai; alunu. 

Av-a-rl'cioiis, adj. Puniwaiwai ; alunu. 
A-venge', v. E hoopai. Syn. punish; 

A-ven'g-er, n. Ka mea hoopai. Syn. 

Av'e-nue, n. 1. He alanui akea iloko 

o ke kulanakauhale. 
4,-ver', v. Syn. assert. 
Av'er-age, n. 1. Averika; ke kaulike. 

2. ^ItfJ. Ike mau ia. An average amount 

of rain, he u-a i ike mau ia. A n average 

degree of understanding, he noonoo i 

ike mau ia. Syn. common. 
A- verse', v. Ku-e' ka manao. 
A-ver'sion, n. Ke ku-e' o ka manao. 

Syn. antipathy; repugnance. 
A- vert', v. 1. E hoolmli ku-e' i nam aka. 

2. E pale aku. Avert the danger, e pale 
. aku i ka popilikia. 
A'vi-a-ry, n. He hale no na manu o ka 

A-vid'i-ty, n. Ka makemake nui. Syn. 
w greediness. 
Av'o-€ā'tion, n. He hana liilii. The 

avocations of life, na hana liilii o keia 

A-void', v. E kaaokoa, 
A-void'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hookaao- 

„koaia; hiki ke pale i a. 

Av'oir-du-pois', (av-er-dti-poiz), a. 

Avoirdupois weight, ke ana kaurnaha no 

na kino nui. 

A-vow, v. E ae hoakaka pono. He a- 

vowed the crime, ua ae hoakaka rnai ola 

nana I hana i ke karaima. An avowed 
intention, he manao paa i hoakaka po- 
no ia. 
A-vow'al, n. Ka ae hoakaka ana. Syn. 
admission. An avowal of crime, ka ae 
hoakaka ana no ke karaima. 
A- wait', v. E kakali; e kali. I await 
your pleasure, ke kalinei a'u i kou ma- 
A-wake', adj. Makaala. 
A-wake', v. E ala; e makaala. 
A-wak'en, v, E hooala rnai. 
A-wak'en-ing, n. Ka hooala ana mai. 
A-ward', n. He olelo hooholo. Syn. 

judgement; decision. 
A-ware', v, E ike; e maopopo. Syn. 

A-way', adv. 1. Ma kahi e. Go away, 
e hele ma kahi e. 

2. Aku. Throw it away, e kiola aku ia 
Awe (aw), n. Ka ilihia o ka naau; ka 
""weliweli o ka naau. 
Ayw'ful, adj. Weliweli; ilihia; eehia. 
A- while', adv. 1. Iki. Rest awhile, e 
hoomaha iki. 

2. Liuliu iki. After a while, a liuliu 
Awk'ward, adj. Hemahema; manuea; 
"hauhili. Syn. blundering. 
Awl, n. He o. 

Awn'ing, n. He anini; lole pale la. 
|^ e J n. Koilipi; koi. 

Ax'i-om, n. Akiuma, he oiaio maopo- 

„ po lea. 
Ax'i-o-mat'ic, adj. Maopopolea. Axio- 

^matic truth, he oiaio maopopolea. 
Ax'is, n. He iho. Axis of the earth, ka 

. iho o ka Honua. 

Ax'le-tree \ n ' P^ipaikomo. 

Aye, adv. 1. Ae. 

2. Wa pau ole. Syn. ever. For ever 
„ and aye, no ka wa pau ole. 
Az'ure, adj. Uliuli, e like me na lani. 





Bab'ble, v. E walaau wale; e hau- 
Bab'bler, n. Mea walaau wale. 

Ba'bv I n. Keiki kolo; keiki omo waiu. 

Bab-otm', n. Keko nui. 
Ba'by-hood, n. Ka wa keiki kolo. 
Ba'by-ish, adj. Ano keiki liilii. 
Bach/e-lor, n. Kanaka i mare ole. 

2. Bachelor of arts, he inoa hanohano 

i haawiia i na haumana i puka pono 

aku mai ke kula nui. 
Back, w. Kua. 
Back, adv. Ma ke kua. Syn. behind. 

Back of the house, ma ke kua o ka hale. 

2. Mahope ae. 
Back, v. 1. E haawe; e waha. 

2. E ee nialuna. To back a horse, e ee 
maluna o ka lio. 

3. E hooemi hope ; e emikua. 
Back'bite, v. Enuku; e aki. 
Baek'bit-er, n. Kanaka akiaki. 
Bafik'bone, n. Iwi kuamoo. 
Baek'dobr, n. Ka puka ma ke kua o 

ka hale. 
Baek'side, n. Aoao hope. 
Back-slide', v. E haalele i ka pono. 
Baek-slid'er, n. Mea haalele i ka pono. 
Backward ) adv. 1. I hope ae; emi- 
Baek'wardsJ kua. 

2. Lolohe. He is backward in his studies, 

lolohe oia ma kana imi ana. 
Baek-wobds'inan, n. He kuaaina; he 

Bā'«on, n. Aoao puaa, i kopiia a kau- 

laiia i ka uahi. 
Bad, adj. 1. Ino; hewa. 

2. Pupuka. A bad thing, he mea pu- 

Badge, n. He hoailona. Syn. insignia. 

A badge of office, he hoailona o ka oi- 

hana. Insignia of rank, na hoailona o 

ke kulana. 
Baffle, v. E hoohoka; e keakea. Syn. 

balk; frustrate. 
Baffling, adj. Hoolauwili wale. A 

baffling wind, he makani hoolauwili 

Bag, n. He eke; he hipuu. 
Bag'gage, n. Ukana pili kino. 
Bag'ging, n. Lole hana eke. 
Bail, n. Bela, ma ke kanawai he dala 

hoopaa kino, 

2. He au bakeke. 
Bail, v. 1. E bela; e haawi i bela. To 

give bail, e haawi i bela. To go bail, e 

lllo i hope no ka mea i bela ia. 

2. E ka i ka liu. 

Bail'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke bela ia. 

Bait, n. He maunu. 

Bait, v. 1. E kau i ka maunu ma ka 


2. E hanai ka ai i ka holoholona. 
Bake, v. E hoonioa ma ka imu. 
Bak'er, n. Kanaka puhi palaoa. 
Bak'er-y, n. Hale puhi palaoa; hale 

hoomoa mea ai. 
Bal'ance, n. 1. He kaupaona kau like. 

2. Ke koena i like. 
BaFance, v. 1. E kaupaona like. 

2. E hooh alike. Balance accounts, e 

hoohalike i na aoao elua o ka mooaie. 
BaPance-sheet, n. He pepa hoike i ka 

like o na aoao elua o ka mooaie. 
Bal'co-ny, n. He lanai uuku. 
Bald, adj. Ohule; niania; nia. 
Bal'der-dash, w. Olelo lapuwale ; ano 

Bald'ness, n. Ka ohule o ke poo. 
Bale, n. 1. He ope nui; hepuolo nui. 

2. He pu-a. Bale hay, c pu-a l ka mauu 

Bale'ful, adj. Hoopoino; ino. 
Balk, v. 1. E hoohoka. Syn. baffle. 

2. E kuemi ihope, e like me ka lio nu- 

Balk'y, adj. Nuha. A balky horse, he 

lio nuha. 
Ball, n. 1. He anaina hula, 

2. He kini popo. 

3. He poka. Cannon ball, poka puku- 

4. He popo. A ball of twine, he popo 

Bal'lad, n. He mele o ka lahui. 

BaFlast, n. Ka mea hookaumaha mo- 
ku, a waapa paha. 

Bal-loon/ n. He baluna; he eke nui i 
hoopihaia i ke ea mama, i lana pono 
xloko o ka lewa. 

Bal,lot, n. He balota; he pepa koho. 

BaPlot, v. E koho balota. 

Bal'lot-box, n. Pahu balota. 

Balm, w. 1. Bama; he laau ala. 
2. He laau hamo eha. 

Bal'sam, n. He laau hoola eha. 

Bal'us-ter, n. He laau liilii o ka pa la- 
nai hale. 

Bal'us-trade', n. He pa laau o ka la- 
nai, a alapii paha. 

Bam-boo', n. He ohe. 

Bam-boo'zle, v. E hoopuniwale. Syn. 

Ba-na'na, n. Maia. Banana skin, he 
paaa'. Peel a banana, e paaa' i ka maia. 

Band, n. 1. Kaei; apo. 




2. He hui; ahahui. Syn. society. 

3. Hui puni ohe. 

4. Hi kaa pokakaa. 

5. He poe. A band of robbers, lie poe 
powa'. A band of soldiers, he poe koa. 

Band, v. E hui, no kekahi hana. 
Band'age, n. He wahi' no na eha o ke 

Band'box, n. Pahu papale wahine. 
Ban'dit, n. He powa. Syn. robber. 
Ban'dy, v. 1. Bandy words, e kamailio 

aku kamailio mai. 

2. E hoolei aku, hoolei mai. 
Bane' w. 1. Laaumake. 

2. Kumu hoopoino. Bane of existence, 

kumu c hoopoino ai ke ola. 
Bane'ful, adj. Hoopoino; hoopilikia. 

Syn. baleful. 
Bang, n. 1. He kui. 

2. He pani ikaika o ka puka. Syn. 

Ban'isli, v. E kipaku mai ka one ha- 

Ban'ish.-ment, n. Ke kipaku ana i ka 

aina e. 
Ban'is-ter, n. See Balluster. 
Bank, n. 1. He kapa. Bank of a stream, 

he kapa kahawai. 

2. He ahua. A bank of earth, he ahua 

3. He ba'neko; hale malama dala. 
Bank, v. 1. E pale me ka lepo. 

2. E hoomoe dala ma ka ba'neko. 
Bank'-ae-count/, n. Ka mooaie ma ka 

Bank'-bill, n. Dala pepa a ka ba'neko. 
Bank'er, n. Kanaka lawelawe ma ka 

oihana ba'neko; kanaka ba'neko. 
Biink'ing-bus'i-ness, n. Ka oihana 

Bank'rupt, n. He banekarupa; mea i 

hoka ma kana oihana. 
Bank'rupt-<?y, n. Ka lilo ana i bane- 
karupa. To go into bankruptcy, komo i 

ka banekarupa. 
Bank'-sto«k, n. Na mahele o ke kumu 

paa o ka ba'neko. 
Ban'ner, n. He hae; he lepa. Sabbath 

school banner., hae kula sabati. 
Ban'quet, n. He ahaaiua hanohano. 
Ban'ter, v. E hoonaukiuki; e hana 

wale; ehooaikola. Syn. tease. 
Bap'tism, n. Ka bapetiso ana. 
Bap-tlze', v. E baptiso. 
Bar, w. 1. Hepauku. A bar of iron, he 

pauku hao; he aukahao. 

2. Pakaukau kuai waiona. 

3. He pa o ka hale hookolokolo. The 
prisoner at the bar, ka lawehala imua o 
ka pa o ka hale hookolokolo. 

4. He pale o ka leo niele. 

5. He wahi papau maka nuku o ka 
muliwai, amakahi komo o naawaku- 

6. He papa loio. 

7. He wahi hookolokolo. Appear be- 
fore the bar of God, e ku imua o ke aha 
hookolokolo o Ke Akua. 

8. He pale. A bar to further progress, 
he mea e pale ai ka holo mua. 

Bar, v. 1. E pani a paa. 
2, Ekaupale; ekeakea. 

Bar-ba'ri-an, n. Kanaka hihiu; hupo. 

Bar'bar-ism, n. Ka noho hupo ana; 

■ ka noho hihiu ana. 

Bar'bar-ous, adj. 1. Hihiu; hupo. 
2. Mainoino; lokoino. Syn. cruel. 

Bar'ber, n. Kanaka ako lauoho. 

Bard, n. He mea haku mele. Syn. poet. 

Bare, adj. Neo ; neoneo ; olohelohe. A 
bare reef, he kuaau; koho'la. 

Bare'fa^ed, adj. Hilahila ole. Syn. 
" shameless. 

Bare'foftt, adj. Kamaa ole; wawae 

Bare'head'ed, adj. Papale ole. 

Bare'ly, adv. 1. Wale no. Barely es- 
caped, pakele wale no. Syn. merely. 

Bare-ness, n. Kanele; ka neoneo; ka 

Biir'gain, n. Ke kuai ana. To make a 
bargain, e hooholo i ke kuai. A fair 
bargainee kuai kaulike. A poor bargain, 
he kuai poho'. A shrewd bargain, he 
kuai apiki. 

Bar'gain, v. E hooholo i ke kuai. 

Barge, n. He waapa holoholo lealea. 

Bark, n. 1. Hi laau. 

2. Aoaoa o ka ilio. 

3. He moku kia kolu, nonaka pea nui 
wale no ma ke kia hope; he kiapa. 

Bark, v. 1. E aoaoa. 

2. E maihi i ka ili o ka laau. 

3. E hoopohole i ka ili. 
Bar'ley, n. Bale, he ano palaoa. 
Barn, n. Hale papaa. 
Bar'na-cle, n. He unaoa. 
Barn'yard, n. Kapa o ka hale papaa. 
Ba-rom'e-ter, n. He barometa; mea 

ana ike kaumaha o ke ea. 
Bar'raeks, n. Hale noho no na koa o 

ke Aupuni. 
Bar'rel, w. Pahu barela. 
Bar'ren, adj. 1. Panoa. Syn. sterile. 

Barren land, aina panoa. 

2. Koa._ A barren tree, he laau koa. 
Bar'ri-eade', n. He pale kaua. 
Bar'ri-er, n. He paku; he meakeakea. 
Bar'ris-ter, n. He loio. 
Bar'ter, v. E kuai waiwai no ka wai- 

wai; ekuapo. 
Bar'y-tone, n. Leo pa-ko-li, mawaena o 

ka leo kane me ke tenore. 
Base, n. 1. Kahua. Syn. foundation. 

2. Leo kane o ka leo mele. 

3. Base line, kaha moe. Base of a tri- 
angle, aoao moe o ka huina kolu. 
Base, adj. 1. Haahaa; haumia. Syn. 
mean; vile. 

2. Pupuka. Syn. worthless. 
Base'less, adj. Kumu oie. 
Base'ly, adv. Ino. Basely desert, haa- 

lele ino. 
Base'ment, n. Ko lalo loa o ka hale; 

ke keena rnalalo. 




Base'ness, n. Ka haahaa; ka apiki; 

ka lapuwale. Syn. turpitude, 
Bash'ful, adj. 1. Palaimaka; maka 

hilahila. Syn. shy; diffident. 

2. Oheke. Syn. countrified. 
Bash/ful-ness, n. Maka hilahila wale. 
Ba'sin, n. 1. He pa tini. 

2. He poho am a. 

3. He loko wai uuku. 

Ba'sis, n. Kahua; kumu. Syn. foun- 
Bask, v. E lala; e moe nanea i ka la. 
Bas'ket, n. Hinai; i-e. 
Baste, v. 1. E omao. 

2. E hili me ka laau. 

3. E kopi' i ke kai maluna o ka i-o e 
pulehu ana. 

Bat, n. 1. Laau kinipopo. 

2. He ope'ape'a. 
Batch, n. 1. Ka nui o ka ai i hoomo- 

aia i ka wa hookahi. 

2. Na hana i hanaia i ka wa hookahi. 

3. Na mea o kela me keia ano i waiho 

Bath, n. He auau. 

Bath'-briek, n. Pohaku anai pahi. 

Bathe, v. E auau. 

Bath'-house, n. Hale auau. 

Bath'-room, n. Keena auau» 

Bath'-tub, n. Pahu auau. 

Bath'ing-dress, n. Lole auau. 

Bat-tal'ion, n. Puali koa. 

B after, n. Palaoa i kawiliia a lahilahi. 

Bat'ter-y, n. 1. He wahi pa kaua. 

2. He huina o na pu nui o ka moku, a 
o ka pakaua paha. 

3. He mikini e hana ana i ka uwila. 

4. Ke kui ana. Assault and battery, ke 
kui me ka hakaka'. 

Bat'tle, n. Hooukakaua. 
Bat'tle-ar-ray', n. Kulana kaua. 
Bawd'y, adj. Pelapela; haumia. Syn. 

Bawl, v. E uwa; e uwe nui. 
Bay, n. 1. He kaikuono. 

2. Sick bay, he wahi o ka moku manu- 

wa i hookaawaleia no na luina mai. 
Bay'o-iiet, n. He elau. 
Ba-zaar'j n. Ka makeke o na aina o 
Ba-zar' ) ka hi kin a. 
Be, v. He haina kokua. Be still, e noho 

Beach, n. Kahakai one; kaha one. 
Bea'con, n. Lama kuhikuhi. 
Bead, n. He pupu lei aniani, a metala 

Beak, n. Nuku manu. Syn. bill. 
Beain, n. 1. He kaola. Beam of wood, 

he kaola laau. 

2. Ke an a waena o ka moku ; ka laula' 
o ka moku. 

3. Na kaola o ka malamalama, beam 
of light 

Beam, v. E malamalama mai. Syn. 

Bean, n. He papapa. 
Bear, v. (past, bore; p. p. born.) E ha- 

uau; e hoohua. 

Bear, v. (past, bore; p. p. borne.) 1. E 
haawe; e koo. 
2. E hoomanawanui; e ahonui. 

Bear'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoomanawa- 

Beard, n. Umiumi. 

Beard'less, adj. Umiumi ole. 

Bear'ing:, n. 1. Ke ano. Syn. mien; 
behavior. His bearing was proud, haa- 
he'o ae la kona ano. 

2. Ka hoomaopopo ana kahi o ka mo- 
ku e holo ana. Ke kukulu o kekahi 
mea mai ka moku aku 

Bear'ish, adj. Me he bea la. 

Beast, n. He holoholona. 

Beast'ly, adj. 1. Kohu holoholona. 

2. Haukae; pelapela. 

3. Lokoino; mainoino. Syn. brutal. 
Beat, v. 1. E hahau; e pepehi. Syn. 

thump; pommel; strike. 

2. E eo; e lanakila. Syn. vanquish. 

3. E pana. Beat time, e pana i ka ma- 

4. Beat to windward, hoopahua; hoo- 

Beat'ing, n. Ka hahau ana; ka pepehi 

Beau (bo), n. 1. He kanaka hookaha- 
2. He hoa kane o ka wahine mare ole. 

Beau'ti-ful, adj. Nani;maikai; iiorio- 
hea; onaona. A beautiful woman, he 
wahine nonohea; kalelei; upalu. Syn. 
graceful. Beautifully formed, auliiko- 
lomanu. A beautiful sight, he nanaina 
nani; nanaina maikai. 

Beau'ti-fy, v. 1. E kahiko a nani. 
Syn. adorn. 
2. E hoohiehie. 

Beau'ty, n. Ka nani; o kela me keia 
ano; ke kulia. A beauty, he kulia; 
he ui. 

Be-calm', v. E hoolana malie; pohu. 
The vessel is becalmed, ua pohu ka moku* 

Be-cause, conj. 1. No ka mea. I gave 
to Mm because he was needy, ua manawa- 
lea a'u iaia, no ka mea ua nele oia. 
Syn. inasmuch. 

2. Oiai. You cannot go because you are 
sick, aole hiki ia oe ke hele, oiai ua mai 
oe. Syn. since. 

2. No. We cannot go because of the rain t 
Aole hiki ia kakou ke hele, no ka u-a. 

Beck'on, v. E peahi me ka ]ima. 

Be-eome' v. 1. eku; kupono; kohu- 
pono. Syn. fit. 

2. E lilo. The studious youth will be- 
come the wise man, e lilo ana ke keiki 
imi i kanaka naauao. 

Be-com'ing, adj. Ku; kupono; kohu 
pono. The coat is becoming, kohu pono 
ke kuka. Syn. suitable. Becoming con- 
duct, ka hana kupono. Syn. appropri- 

Bed, n. He moe; pela moe; wahi e hia- 
moe ai. 

2. Wahi kanu. A bed of flowers, wahi 
kanu pua. 




3. He kowa. The bed of a river, ke ko- 
wa o ka muliwai. 

Be-dauV, v. E hoohapala; hoohaukae. 
Syn.* smear. 

Bed'bug, %. TJkulio. 

Bēd'chām-ber, n. Keena moe. Syn. 

Bed'elothes, n. Na kapa moe. 

Be-deek', v. E kahiko. Syn. trim; or- 

Bed/ding, n. Na lako moe. 

Bed'fel'low, n. Hoa moe pu. 

Bed-hangings, n. Na paku moe. 

Be-dim', <v. E hoopowehiwehi. 

Be-dim'med, adj. Pinanaea. 

Bed'quilt, n. Kapa apana; kapa uhi 
owaho o ka moe. 

Bed'rid-den, adj. Moe man i ka moe, 
no ka mai. 

Bed'side, n. Aoaookamoe. 

Bed'stead, n. Hikiee moe; lie moe. 

Bed'tiuae, n. Hora moe. 

Bee, n, Nalo mell. 

Beef, n. I-obipi. 

Beefsteak, n, I-o bipi koala. 

Bee'-hive, n. Hale nalo meli. 

Beer, n. Bia;meainu. 

Bees'wax, n. Kukae nalo meli. 

Beet, n. lie uala haole, ulaula ; lie piki. 

Bee'tle, n. 1. He hamale laau. Syn. 
2. He elelu'. 

Be-fall', v. E loohia mai, 

Be-fit', v. Kupono. Syn. become, 

Be-flt'ting, adj. Kupono; kohupono. 
Syn. becoming; suitable; proper. 

Be-fore', prep. 1. Imua o ke alo. 
2. adv. Mamua. 

Be-fore'hand, adv. Mamua'e o ka ma- 
il a wa. 

Be-fore'-men'tioned, adv. Haiia ma- 

Be-fore'time, adv. Mamua; i kinohi. 
Syn. formerly. 

Be-friend', v. E hookipa; e hoopuna- 

Beg, v. E koi ikaika; e makilo; e noi 
wale. I beg of you to let drink alone, ke 
koi ikaika nei au ia oe e kaaokoa aku 
mai ka wai ona. 

Be-get', v. E hanau mai. 
2. E hoohua mai. 

Beg'gar, n. He noi wale; he makilo; 
he kamapuka. 

Beg'gar-ly, adj. Nele loa; ilihune loa. 

Beg!gar-y, n. Ka nele o ka noho ana, 
Reduced to beggary, hooliloia a nele loa. 

Be-gin', v. 1. E nookumu. Syn. orig- 
inate. To begin an enterprise, e hooku- 
mu i kekahi oihana. 
2. E hoomaka. Syn. commence; enter 
upon; set about. To begin anew term 
of school, e hoomaka i hapaha hou o ke 

Be-gin'ner, n. 1. Mea nana e hooku- 
mu i kekahi mea. Syn. originator. 
2. Ka mea e hoomaka ana. 

Be-gin'ning, n. 1. Ka hookumu ana- 
Syn. origin. In the beginning, i ka hoo- 
kumu ana; i kinohi. 
2. Kekumu; ka hoomaka ana; kino- 
hou. To make a beginning, e hoomaka. 

Be-gdne', inter j. Ēhelepela! 

Be-gmle', v. 1. E hoowalewale; ehoo- 
halua. Syn. delude; insnare. 
2. E hoonanea. Syn. amuse. E hoo- 
hala manawa. They beguiled the time 
with stories, me na kaao lakou i hoonea 
wale ai. 

Be-half, n. 1. Ka pono a kekahi. 
Syn. sake. On your behalf, or, for your 
sake, no kou pono. 

2. No. Syn. for. Re was chosen speaker 
on behalf of (or for) the multitude, ua ko- 
hoia oia i kakaolelo no ka lehulehu. 

Be-have', v. 1. E noho pono, noho 
malie. He knows how to behave, ua ike 
oia i ka noho pono. 

2. E noho a hana. Do not behave badly, 
mai noho a hana kolohe. 

Be-hav'ior, n. Ka noho ana o ke ka- 
naka; ka hana ana. Syn. conduct; de- 
portment. Good behavior, ka noho a 
nana pono. 

Be-head', v. E oki ke poo. 

Be-hlnd', prep. Mahope; ma ke kua. 
Behind the house, ma ke kua o ka hale ; 
mahope oka hale. 

2. Adv. Ihope ae. He is behind, on the 
road, ihope ae nei oia ma ke alanui. 

Be-hind'hand, adv. Haule ihope; ha~ 
kalia; lolohi. 

Be-hold', inter j. Aia hoi! Aia la! 

Be-hold'er, n. He mea ike maka. Syn. 

Be-hoove', v. E kupono. 

Be'ing, n. Kela mea oia, keia mea oia. 

Be-la'foor, v. E hahau ino. 

Be-lat'ed, adj. Hoohakaliaia; hoolo- 

Be-lay', v. Bile'; hooki ka huki anai 

ke kaula o ka pea. 
Be-lay'ing-piii, n. Pine hoopaa kaula 

Belch, v. E uha'. 
Bel'fry, n. Puoa bele. 
Be-lie', v E alapahi; e hai hoopuni- 

Be-lief, n. Manaoio. 
Be-liev'er, n. Ka mea e manaoio ana. 
Bell, n. Bele kani. 

Belle, (bel), n. He wahine ui; onaona. 
Bel-lig'er-ent, n. Ka mea e kaua ana. 
Bel-lig'er-ent, adj. Anohakaka; ano 

Bell'inan, n. Kanaka hookani bele. 

Syn. bell ringer. 
Bel'low, v. E uwo, me he bipi la. 
Bel'lows, n. Upa' makani; opu ma- 

Bel'ly, n. Opu. 

Bel'ly-aehe, (ak) n. Nahu o ka opu. 
Bel'ly-band, n, Kaula opu; kaei opu. 



Be-long', v. 1. Pill ia. The book belongs 

to him, pili iaia ka bake. 

2. Na, or no. The book belongs to John, 

no Keoni ka buke. 
Be-lov'ed, adj. Aloha nuiia; hiwahi- 

wa;_Iialialia. Syn. cherished. 
Be-low', prep, and adv. Malalo; mala- 

loiho; ilalo ae. 
Belt, n, Kaei; ili apo; kaula apo, Syn. 

Be-moan', v. E kanikau; ekaniuhu', 

Syn. lament; bewail. 
Bench, n, 1. He noholoihi, kua ole. 

2. He papa hana. Carpenter's bench, 
papa hana a ke kamena'. 

3. Ka noho hookolokolo. 

4. Ka papa lunakanawai. 

The Bench and Bar, na lunakanawai me 
na loio. 
Bend, v., 1. E pelu. Bend the back, e 
pelu i ke kua. 

2. E hoo pelu; e hooholu; e hoopio. 

3. E kakiwi; e luhe'. As withered 
plants. Syn. droop. 

4. Holuholu; nape; napenape. Syn. 
to be flexible. 

5. E kukuli, bend the knee. Syn. bow. 

6. E kulou. Bend the neck or head, e 
kulou i ke poo. 

Bend, n. 1. Hepelu; he holu. 
2. He hipuu ; nipuu. Syn. knot. 

Be-neath', prep. Malalo iho: ilalo ae. 

Ben'e-die'tion, n. Olelo hoomaikai. 
Syn. blessing. 

Ben'e-fae'tion, n. Hana hoopomai- 

Ben'e-fae'tor, n. Ka mea nana e hoo- 
pomaikai; mea hana manawalea; mea 

Be-nefi-cent, adj. Manawalea; loko- 

Ben-e-fi'cial, adj. Pomai£ai. 

Ben-e-fl'ci-a-ry, n. Ka mea nana ka 
pomaikai; ka mea i hoopomaikaiia. 

Ben'e-flt, n. He pono; he pomaikai. 

Be-nev'o-lence, n. Manao lokomaikai. 
ka imi ana i ko hai pomaikai. 

Be-nev'o-lent, adj. Lokomaikai; ma- 
nawalea; kokua i ko hai nele. 

Be-nign', (nln), adj. Oluolu. Syn. 
kind; generous. 

Be-nigr'nant, adj. Oluolu. Syn. kind; 

Bent, p. p. Lakee. Syn. doubled over; 
2. peluia. 

Bent, n. Ke ake o ka naau; ka make- 
make. Syn. inclination; bias. 

Be-niimb', v. E hoo-maeele. 

Be-queath', v. E hooilina waiwai. 

Be-quest', n. Waiwai hooilina. 

Be-reave', v. E hoonele. Me have ye 
bereaved of my children, ua hoonele 
keike mai oukou i'au. Bereft of his 
senses, hooneleia i ka noonoo. 

Be-reave'ment, w. 1. Ka hoonele ana. 
2. Ke kau ana mai o ka popilikia. 
Syn. affliction. Bereaved, O-a. 

Ber'ry, n. Hua ai liilii; like me ka 

Berth, n. 1. Kahi i ku ai ka moku ma 

ka uwapo. 

2. He wahi moe maluna o ka moku. 

3. He hana; oihana. He has a good 
berth, he oihana niaikai kona. 

Be-seech', v. E noi haahaa. Syn. sup- 

Be-set', v. 1. Hoohei. Beset with dif- 
ficulties, hoohei i na pilikia. 
2. E paapu; e hoopuni. Temptations 
beset me, paapu mai na hoowalewale 

Be-set'ting, adj. Walea; maa mau. 
Besetting sin, hewa maa mau. 

Be-sides/ ) prep. 1. Mea e ae; mea 

Be-side' ) hou ae. 

2. Halahu'. Beside the mark, halahu 
ka maka. 

3. Nohoi. Syn. also. 

4. To be beside one's self with anger, e 
pupuli no ka huhu. 

Be- siege', v. E hoopuni i ke kaua. 
Be- smear', v. E hoohapala; hoohau- 

kae. Syn. bedaub. 
Be-sot'ted, adj. Haahaa loa; haumia 


2. Ona mau. 
Be-speak', v. 1. E olelo e mamua, 

2. E hoike e mai. 
Best, adj. Ka oi o ka maikai. 
Bes'tial, adj. Haahaa; haukae; pela- 

pela. Syn. beastly; vile; carnal. 
Be- stir', v. E hooeueu; e makaala; e 

Be-stow', v. 1. E haawi aku. To bes- 
tow a blessing, e haawi i pomaikai. 

Syn. confer. 

2. E hoahu. I have no place to bestow 

my goods, aohe o'u wahi e hoahu ai i 

ko'u waiwai. 
Bet, v. E pili waiwai. He won the bet, 

Eo oia ma ka piliwaiwai. 
Be-tlde', v. E loohia mai. 
Be-tiines', adv. I ka wa kupono. 
Be-tray', v. E kumakaia. 
Be-tray'er, n. He mea kumakaia. 

Syn. traitor. 
Be- troth', v. E hoopalau. 
Be-troth'al, n. Ka hoopalau ana. 
Bet'ters, n. Ka poe ma ke kulana kie- 

kie ae. Syn. Superiors. 
Be-tween', prep. Mawaena o. 
Bev'el, n. He kuea kunihi, no ke ka- 
Bev'er-age, n. Mea inu. Syn. drink. 
Bev'y, n. Auna'. A bevy of birds, he 

auna' manu. 
Be- wall', v. E uwe kanikau; kuma- 

Be- ware', v. E kiai pono; e makaala. 

Syn. take care; be cautious. 
Be-wil'der, v. E hoopilihua: e hoopo- 

hihihi. Syn. puzzle ; perplex. 
Be-wil'der-ment, n. Ka hoopohihihi 

ana o ka naau; ka hoopilihua ana. 




■Be-yond/, prep, and adv. Ma o aku; i o 

aku. Syn. over there. 
Bib, n. He pale-aina na ke keiki. 
Bib'ber, n. Mea i maa i na waiona. 
Bi'ble, n, Ka Palapala Hemolele. 
Bib'li-cal, adj. No ka baibala. Bibli- 
cal history, moolelo o ka baibala. 
Bib'li-og'ra-pher, n. He kanaka i 

makaukau ma ka moolelo o na buke i 

Bib'li-og'ra-phy, n. Ka moolelo no 

ke kakau buke. 
Bick'er, v. E nuku aku, nuku mai. 
Bick'er-ing, n. Ka nukunuku ana. 
Bid, v. 1. E kobo, ma ke knai kudala. 

2. E kauoha; e kena'. Syn. order; 

Bid'der, n. Mea nana e kobo ma ke 

kuai kudala. 
Bi-en'ni-al, adj. Kela me keia lua ma- 

Bier, n. Manele kupapau. 
Big, adj. Nui; nunui. Syn. large. 
Big'a-mist, n. Ka mea e noho ana me 

na kane mare elua, na wahine mare 

elua paba. 
Big'a-my, n. Ka nobo mare ana me na 

kane, a wahine paba, elua. 
Big'ot, n. He mea pili noonoo ole i 

kekahi boomana. 
Bile, n. Lena. 
Bilge, n. Kabi palahalaha olalo o ka 

moku, kabi e ili mua, ke ili ka moku. 
Bilge'-wa'ter, n. Liu o ka moku. 
Bill, n. 1. He bila. Bank bill, bila dala. 

Bill of exchange, bila booili dala. Bill 

of entry, bila hookomo waiwai i ka 

aina. Legislative bill, he bila kanawai. 

2. He palapala. Bill of divorce, pala- 
pala oki. Bill of health, palapala hoike 
no ke ola. Bill of lading, palapala hoi- 
ke ukana o ka moku. Bill of mortality, 
palapala kuhikubi i na make.. Bill of 
rights, palapala o na pono pili kino o 
ke kanaka. Bill of exceptions, palapala 
hoike manao ku-e'. 

3. Nuku manu. Syn. beak. A beak, 
oia ka nuku o ka manu ai i-o. 

Bil'let, n. 1. He palapala pokole. 

2. Pauku laau. 
Bill'iards, n. Ka biliokf; pahupahu. 
Bil'Iings-gate, n. Olelo kuamuamu. 

Syn. foul language. 
.BilFion, n. He biliona; tausani miliona. 
BiF1o\y, n. Ale nui o ke kai. 
Bil'low-y, adj. Aleale. 
Bl'montli'ly, adj. Kela me keia lua 

Bind, v. 1. E pu-a a paa; e nakii; e 


2. E bumubumu. Bind books, humu- 
humu buke. 

3. Hoopaa, ma ke kanawai; e paa. 
Blnd'er, n. 1. Mea e paa ai. 

2. Mea humuhuniu buke. 
Blnd'er-y, n. Hale humuhumu buke. 
Binding, n. Ka mea e hoopaa ai. 

2. Ka humuhumu ana. The binding 

of the book, ka humuhumu ana o ka 

buke; ka uhi owaho o ka buke. 
Bln'na-cle, n. Ka pabu panana malu- 

na o ka moku. 
Bi-noc'u-lar, adj. No na maka elua. 

A binocular telescope, he ohe nana no 

na maka elua. 
Bi-no'mi-al, adj. Elua mahele. . A 

Binomial, he kuanite hoailona helu, 

nona na mahele elua (a-r-b). 
Bi-dg'ra-phy, n. Moolelo pili kino i 

ke kanaka. 
Bl-ol'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ke 

ola o na mea kino ola. 
Bi'ped, n. Holoholona wawae elua. 
Bird, n. He manu o ka lewa. Bird of 

prey j manu ai i-o. 
Blrd'-eage, n. Hale manu. 
Blrd'-catch/er, n. He kawili manu; 

he kuhea manu. 
Bird's'reye-view, n. Ka nanaina i 

ikeia mai luna mai ; mehe maka o ka 

manu e nana ana ilalo, oiai oia e lele 

Bird'-lxme, n. Kepau kawili manu. 
Bird's'nest, n. Punanamanu. 
Birth, n. Ka hanau ana. 
Birth'day, n. La hanau. 
Birth/place, n. One hanau; wahi 

hanau L 
Birth/right, n. 1. Ka pono o ka ha- 
nau mua. 

2, Kela me keia pono e ili mai ana 

mamuli o ka hanau. 
Bis'cuit (bis-kit), n. 1. He paapaa be- 


2. He popo berena llilii palupalu. 
Bi-seet/, v. E oki ana ma na apana like 

Bi-sec'tion, n. Ka oki ana mana apana 

like elua. 
Bish'op, n. He bihopa. 
Bish'op-ric, n. Ka huina o na kihapai 

malalo o ka bihopa hookahi. 
Bit, n. 1. Ka hao o ke kaulawaha. 

2. He nao wili, no ka wili umauma. 

3. He hunahuna; he hakina; he apana 
- liilii. 

Bitch, n. Ilio wahine. 
Bite, v. E nahu; e aki. 
Bi'ter, n. Mea e nahu ana; e aki ana. 
Bit'ter, adj. 1. Mulea; awahia; mue- 
mue; malailena. Syn. acrid. 

2. A bitter cold day, he la anuanu loa. 

3. Uluhua. A bitter feeling of resent- 
ment, he manao uluhua, ku-e'. 

4. Bitter poverty, bitter want, ilikole. 
Bi-valve, n. He opihi me na pani elua. 
Biv'ou-ac (biv-wak), v. E Mai a hala 

ka po, (pili i ka puali kaua.) 
Bi-week'ly , adj. Kela me keia lua he- 

Blab, v. E haiika mea huna'; e holo- 

holo olelo. 
Black, adj. Eleele; panopano; nele loa 

i ka malamalama. 
Blaek'board, n. Papa eleele. 




Black'en, v. E hamo a eleele. Blacken 

the character, e hooino i ka inoa maikai. 
Black'guard (blag'gard), n. He mea 

kuamuamu; he waha haumia. 
Blaek'lead, n. Kepau maloo eleele, 

Blaek'leg, n. He kanaka apuka. Syn. 

swindler; cheat. 
Blaek'ness, n. Eleele; pano. 
Black'smith, n. Amara; kanaka kui 

Blad'der, n. Opu mimi; koana. 
Blade, n. 1. Lau o ka mauu, huita, me 

na mea ulu oia ano. 

2. Maka. The blade of the knife, ka ma- 
ka o ka pahi. 

3. Kahi palahalaha o ka hoe. 
Blam'a-ble, adj. Kn i ka ahewaia. 

Syn. culpable ; faulty. 
Blame, v. E hewa; hoahewa. Syn. 

Blame, n. 1. Ka ahewa i kau ia maluna 

o kekahi. 

2. Ka hewa. You are to blame, nau ka 

Elame'less, adj. Hala ole; hewa ole. 
Blame'wor'thy, adj. See Blamable. 
Bland, adj. Oluolu; nahenahe; palane- 

he; anowaipahe'. Syn. civil; courte- 
Bland'ish-ment, n. Ano onou; hoo- 

Blank, n. Hehakahaka; pepa pai ha- 

Blank'et, n. Pale lole huluhulu. 
Blar'ney, n. Olelo hoomalimali. 
Blas-pheme', v. 1. E olelo ino i ka inoa 

o Ke Akua; e hailiili. 

2. E hookae i na mea laa. 
Blas-phem'er, n. 1. Ka mea e olelo 

ino ana no Ke Akua; mea hailiili. 

2. Mea hookae ana i na mea laa. 
Blas'phe-niy, n. 1. Olelo hailiili; olelo 


2.^ Ka hookae ana i na mea laa. 
Blast, n. 1. Pa ino mai o ka makani. 

2. Ka hooho ana o na pu. 

3. Ka hoopa-hu ana. 

4. Ka mae ana. 

Blast, v. E hoopa-hu'; e mae; e luhe'. 

Blaze, n. Lapalapa ahi. 

Blaze, v, E aa pono. 

Bleach, v. E hookeokeo. 

Bleak, adj. Oneanea. Syn. desolate; 

Blear, ad_j Piapia. 
Blear'-eyed, adj. Maka piapia; hapo- 

Bleat, v. E alala', like me ka hipa. 

Bliat'ingS n ' Ka alala ' ° ka hi P a - 

Bleed, v. E kahe koko. 

Blem'ish, n. He ki-na'. Syn. defect; 

Blend, v. E kawili pu; e hui pu. Syn. 

Bless, v. 1. E hoomaikai; hoalohaloha. 

2. E hoopomaikai. 

Bless'ed, adj. Pomaikai. 

Bless'ing, n. Ha pomaikai ; hoalohalo- 
ha; hoomaikai. 

Blight, n, Kakani; ponalo. 

Blight, v. 1. E mae; e mimino. 
2. E hoohoka. Blighted hope, manao 
Ian a i hoohokaia. 

Blind, adj. Makapo'; makapaa. 

Blmd'fold, v. E uhi ka maka a paa. 

Blmd'man'g-buff', n. Kapaani kana- 
ka makapo. 

Blind'ness, n. Ka makapo. 
2. Blindness of mind, Naaupo. 

Blink, v. E imo. Syn. wink. 

Blink'er, n. He pale maka ma ke kau- 
lawaha o ka lio holo kaa. 

Bliss, n. Hauoli piha. Syn. felicity. 

Bliss'ful, adj. Piha i ka hauoli. 

Blis'ter, n. He oolapu o ka ili. 

Blithe, adj. Hoihoi; nakui; olioli. 

• Syn. gay; merry; joyous. 

Bloat, v. E hoopehu. 

Block, n. 1. He pauku. A block of 
wood, he pauku laau. 

2. He palaka hiu, mea huki. 

3. Children's blocks, mea paani no ka- 

Block, v. E papani a paa. Block up the 

road, e papani a paa i ke alanui. 

3. E keakea. Block the side walk, e 

keakea i ke alanui hele wawae. 
Bldck-ade', v. 2. Ka pani ana a paa 

o ke awa ku moku e na moku ma- 


2. Ka pani ana o ke alanui hao i ka 

hau i hiki ole i na kaa ke hele. 
Bldck'head, n. He poo laau; mea ike 

ole ma ka imi. 
Blood, n. Koko. 

Blood'heat, n. Ka wela o ke koko. 
Bldod'hound, n. Ilio hae kanaka. 
Bldod'less, adj. 1. Koko ole. 

2, Hookahe ole i ke koko. A bloodless 

victory, he lanakila hookahe ole i ke 

Blood're-la'tion, n. He pili koko. 
Blood'shed, n. Hookahe koko. 
Bldod'-shot, adj. Ula. Blood-shot eyes. 

na maka ulaula. 
Blood' thir st 'y, adj. Puni koko. 
Blood'ves'sel, u. Aa lele ; aakoko. 
Blood'y, adj. Paele i ke koko. 
Bloom, n. Ka ula o ka papalina o ka 

Bloom, v. E mohala; e opuu. 
Bloom'ing, adj. Maka onaona. 
Blos'som, n. He pua i mohala'e. Syn. 

Blot,». Hepaele; hehapala. 
Blot, v. 1. E paele; e hoohapala. 

2. E holoi a nalo. Blot out iniquity, 

e holoi i kahewa a nalo. 
Blot'ting-pa'per, n t Pepa hoomaloo 

Bldwse, n. Lole palaka. 
Blow, v. He haua; he kui. 



Blow, v. 1. E pulii; pa mai; nou. 

2. Blow the nose, e booke' ka ibu. 

3. E haanou; e kaena. Syn. brag; 

4. E paupauabo. Syn. pant. 
Blub'ber, n. Ka momona o ke kobola'. 
Blub'ber, v. E uwe wale. 

Blue, adj. Uliuli. Cerulean blue, ka uli- 

Tili o na lani.. 
Blues, n. Manao kaumaba; manao luu- 

Bluff, n. He pali makahakai. 
Bluff, adj. Okalakala. Syn. gruff. 
Bliln'der, n. Lalau; kuhihewa; kapu- 
lu. Syn. error; mistake; bull. 
BlunMer-er, n. Kanaka kapulu; bau- 

h ili ; manuea; lopalaueka. 
Blun'der-ing, adj. Manuea; nabili; 

boobemabema; kapulu. 
Blunt, adj. Meumeu; plbi; oiole; ku- 

mumn. Syn. dull. 

2. Syn. bluff, adj. 
Blunt'ly, adv. Me ka nibaniba. 
Blur, n. He hapala; be kina'. 
Blurt, Vm E bai wale aku me ka noo- 

noo ole. 
Blush., v. E palaimaka; pii ka ula i ka 

Blusli'ing, adj. Omeomeo. 
Blus'ter-er, n. Kanaka wabapaa; be 

wabakole ; kanaka kebakeba. 
Boar, n. Puaakane. 
Board, n. 1. Hepapalaau. 

2. Ka ai, i uku ia. Good board, maikai 
ka ai. 

3. He papa. Board of Education, Papa 
Hoonaauao. Board of Health, Papa Ola. 
Board of Immigration, Papa Hoopae Li- 
ma Hana. Board of Appeals, Papa Hoo- 
pii Aubau. 

4. He oneki moku. On board, maluna 
o ka oneki. Overboard, baule mai ka 
moku a iloko o ke kai. 

Board, v. E paina man ma kabi boo- 

kabi, me ka uku. 
Board'er, n. He boa aina e uku ana. 
Board'ing-house, n. Hale paina. 
Board'ing-sehobl, n. Kula nanai. 
Boast, v. E kaena; akena; baanou. 
Bdast'er, n. Mea kaena; me a akena. 
Boat, n. 1. Waapa. 

2. Kela me keia ano moku. Steamboat, 

mokumanu. Pilot boat, moku pailaka. 

Fishing boat, moku lawai-a. 
Boat/man, n. Kanaka boe waapa. 
Boat's wain (bo-sn), n. Luna malama 

i na lako moku. 
Bod'i-ly, adj. Pilikino. Bodily strength, 

ikaika o ke kino. Bodily comforts, na 

lako e pono ai ke kino. 
Bod'y, n. Kino. 
Bod'y-guard, n. Kiai boomalu kino. 

King's body guards, na koa boomalu 

kino o ka Moi. 
Bod'y-pol'i~ti€, n. Ka Labui. Syn. 

Bog-, n. Nenelupobo; wabipobopoho'. 
Boil, n. Mai beebee; be puu. 

Boil, v. 1. E lapalapa; e baila. 

2. Blood boils with anger, pii ke kai o 

ka bubu'. 
Boil'er, n. . 1. He ipu baila wai, 

2. Ipu mabu. 
Bois^ter-ous, adj. 1. Uwau'wa; wa- 

laau; wabapaa. 

2. Mabaoi. Syn. rougb. Boisterous 
play, paani mabaoi. 

3. He ino nui. A boisterous sea, he kai 
ino nui. Boisterous weather, kau maka- 
ni ino ; makani pukiki. 

Bold, adj. Aa; koa; naboa; wiwo ole. 
2. Hueii. Bold in mischief, bueu i ke 
kolobe. Syn. daring. 
Bold-fa^ed', adj. Maka bilabila ole; 

mabaoi. Syn. 'impudent. 
Bold'ly, adv. Me ka wiwo ole; me ka 

mak'au ole. 
Bold'ness, n. Ke ano naboa; aa; ma- 
k'au ole. 
Bol'ster, n. Uluna loihi. 
Bolt, n. He makia; hao boopaa puka; 

be lou. 
Bolt, v. 1. E manuka. The thief bolt- 

ed, mahuka aku nei ka aibue. 

2. Bolt the door, e lou i ka puka. 
Bolt-up'right, n. Ku pololei loa. Sit 

bolt upright, e nobo pololei loa. Syn. 

Bomb, n. Poka' pabu'. 
Bom-bard', n. E kipu me na poka' pa- 

Bom-bard'ment, n. Ke kipu ana i po- 

ka' pabu'. 
Bond, n. 1. He mea liki apaa. 

2. Bona; palapala boopaa i ka olelo ae 

Bond'age, n. Ka nobo ana kauwa kua- 

paa. Syn. slavery. 
Bond'maid, n. Kauwa wabine kua- 

Bond'man, n. Kauwa kane. 
Bonds'man, n. He bope ma ka bona. 
Bond'-ser'vant, n. Kauwa kuapaa. 

Syn. slave. 
Bone, _n. Iwi. 
Bdn'flre, n. He abi nui i boo-aiano ka 

B6n-mot' (bong-mo), n. Olelo aka- 

Bon'net, n. Papale wabine. 
Bon'ny, adj. Maikai; lea. Syn. blitbe. 
Bo'nus, n. He makana wale; makana 

Bo'ny, adj. Paapu i na iwi ; iwiiwi. 
Bob'by, n. 1. Mea uwe wale. 

2. He manu o ke kai, 
Btfbk, /i. Buke; palapala i humuhumu- 

Btfbk'-blnd'er, n. Kanaka humuhumu 

Bo"ok'-€ase, n. Pabu waibo buke. 
BtJok'-keep'er, n. Mea malama buke 

Btfok'-keep'ing, n. Kakau buke belu. 
Bo"ok'-lēarn'mg, n. Ka ike iloko o na 





B6~bk'-mark, n. Ka hoailona kuhikuhi 

wahi iloko o ka buke. 
Bdbk'-rack, n. Mea palpai buke, i ka 

wa e wailio liamama ana. 
Bobk'-sei'ler, n. Kanaka kuai "buke. 
Book'store, n. Hale kual buke. 
Book'- trade, n. Oihaiia kual buke. 
Bot)k'worm, n. 1. He mu ai buke. 

%_ Kanaka lilo loa I ka imi buke. 
Boom, n. 1. Laau nui no ka pea o ka 


2. Ka haalulu ana o ka nalu, aokapu 

nui paha i kona kani ana. 
Boom, v. 1. E nei. Syn. rush 

%__ E haalulu. 
Boor, n. He lopa'; he kuaaina. Syn. 

Boorish, adj. Kuaaina; laueka; hoo- 

maniha. Syn. clownish. 
Bob'sy, adj. Ano ona; ona iki. Syn. 

Boot, n. 1. Kamaa bute. 

2. Mea manuahi ma ke kuai ana. 
> Something to boot, he manuahi. 
Booth, n. Hale kamala 
Boot 'jack, n. Mea wehe kamaa bute. 
Bootless, adj. Waiwaiole; makehewa. 

Syn. fruitless; vain. 
Bobt'y, n. Waiwai pio: waiwai i haoia. 

Syn. plunder; pillage. 
Bor'der, n. Kae; palena; mokuna; li- 

Bore, v. 1. E will i puka. 

2. Ehoouluhua. 
Bor'row, v. E noi i kekahi mea no ka 

wa pokole. 
Bor'row-er, n. Mea noi pinepine i ka 

waiwai o hai no ka manawa iki. 
Bo'som, n. Ka umauma; ka poli. Bo- 
som friend, he pili alo. 
Boss, n. He haku hana: he luna hana. 
Boss, v. Ē hookikina; hoounauna. 
Bo-tanlc-al, adj. No ka ike o na mea 

ulu ; no ka botania. 
Bot'a-nist, n. Kanaka naauao ma ka 

Bdt'a-nize, v. E imi i ke ano o na mea 

ulu; a me ko lakou waiwai. 
Bot'a-ny, n. Botania; ka ike no na mea 

ulu, a ine ko lakou waiwai. 
Botch, n. Hana l hookoia ma ke ano 

hemahema; kapulu. 
Both, adv. Na mea elua; laua i elua. 
Both/er, n. Mea hoopilikia wale. 
Bot'tle, n. Heomole; huewai. 
B dt'tom, n. Ko lalo loa ; ka papa ku. 
Bot'tom-less, adj. Palena ole o lalo. 
Bou'doir (boo-dwor), n. Keenamalu 7 . 
Bough, (bow) n. Helala. Syn. branch. 
Boun'cing, adj. Puipui. A bouncing 

baby, he bebe puipui. 
Bound, n. Ka lele mama. Syn. spring. 
Bound, v. 1. E lelele. The ball bounds, 

lelele ke kinipopo. 

2. E kau palena; e hai palena. 

3. Hele ana. Syn. destined. I am 
bound for Lahaina, e hele ana au i La- 

Bound'a-ry, n. Palena; mokuna; pea. 
Boundless, adj. Palena ole; akea loa. 
Bounli-ful, adj. Haawinui; lokomai- 

kai. Syn. liberal; generous. 
Boun'ti-ful-ly, adv. Me ka lokomai- 

kai ; me ka aua ole. 
Boun'ty, n. 1. Ka lokomaikai. Boun- 
ty of Providence, ka lokomaikai a Ke 


2. Ka waiwai i haawi wale ia. 
Bou-quet', (bob-kay), n. P.uolo pua. 
B<5w, n. 1, He kulou. 

2. Ka ihu o ka moku. 
Bow, n. 1. He pana; kakaka. 

2. He pelu ; he pio. 
Bow'els, n. pi. Na naau. Bowels of the 

earth, ka opu o ka honua. 
Bow'er, n. Hale malumalu 
Bowl, n. He bola; he apu. 
BowFder, 1. Pohaku nui poepoe. 

2. Puu pohaku nui. 
Bowleg'ged, adj. Wawae onaha. 
Bowline, n. Kaula hoopaa pea, i ku- 

pono i ka makani. 
Bow'sprit, n. Laau ihu o ka moku. 
Box, n. Pahu. 

Box, v. E mokomoko; palepale'. 
Box'er, n. Kanaka mokomoko. 
Boy, n. Kamalii kane; keiki kane. 
Boy'hood, n. Wa kamalii. 
Boyish, adj. Ano kamalii. 
Brace, n. 1. He koo; umii;meapai- 


2. Wili umauma. 
Brace, v. E koo;- e paipai. 
Bracelet, n. Kupee lima. 
Brack'et, n. 1. Kahaapo;[] 

2. He papa liilii e kau ana ma ka paia 
o ke keena, i wahi e waiho ai na mea 

3. Bracket lamp, kukui no ka paia hale. 
Brackish, adj. Oliuliu; muemue; lm- 

kai; mananalo. 
Brad, n. Kui winiwini, poo ole. 
Brag, v. EJkacna wale. Syn. boast. 
Brag'ga-do'cio ) n m Kanaka liki; ka- 
Brag'gart j naka akena wale. 

Braid, v. E ulana; e hili. 
Brain, n. Ka lolo. 
Brain, v. E hoonaha' i ke poo. 
Brainless, adj. Poo hakahaka; noo- 

noo ole. 
Brake, n. Mea hoopaa huila, i ole holo 

ino ke kaa. 
Brake'man, n. Kanaka malama i na 

brake o na kaa alanui hao. 
Br am/ole, n. Nahelehele okalakala; 

he kakalaioa. 
Bran, n. Ka ihi o ka hua huita. 
Branch, n. He lala. Syn. bough. A 

branch society, he lala no ka hui. 
Branch, v. E manamana aku. 
Brand, v. E kuni; e hoailona. 
Brand, n. 1. He hao kuni. 

2. He hoailona pai. 
Bran'dish, v. E oniu aku i mea hoo- 

weliweli. Syn. flourish. 
Brand-new, adj. Hou loa. 




Bran'dy, n. Barani; lie wai ona. 

Brass, n. Keleawe. 

Bra-va'do, n. Olelo akena wale; ka- 
naka haanou. 

Brave, adj. Aa; koa; maka'uole. Syn. 
courageous; fearless. 

Brave'l y, adv. Koa maoli, me ka wi- 
wo ole. Syn. fearlessly. 

Brawl, n. He hakaka'; he haunaele. 

Brawl'er, n. Mea hakaka wale; mea 
hoohaunaele; hookonokono haunaele. 

Br^w'ny, adj. Puipui; kino ikaika. 

Bray, n. Ka uwe o ke kekake. 

Bra'zen, adj. 1. Keleawe. 
2. Mahaoi. 

Bra'zen-faced', adj. 1. Maka keleawe. 
2. Hilahila ole. Syn. barefaced ; im- 

Breach, n. 1. Wahi hiolo; wahi hai. 
A breach in the wall, wahi hiolo o ka pa. 
Syn. hreak. 

2. Ka uhai ana. Breach of the peace, 
ka uhai ana o ka maluhia. 

3. He mokuahana. A breach in the fam- 
ily, he mokuahana iwaena o ka ohana. 

Bread, n. Berena; palaoa ai. 
Breadth., n. Laula; akea. Syn. width. 
Break, v. 1. E wahi ; wawahi ; kuipa- 
lu. Syn. break down ; demolish. 

2. E moku; e pai'na, Break a rope, 
e moku ke kaula. 

3. E hai; uhai; uhaki. Break a law, 
e uhaki i kekahi kanawai. 

4. E kipo'. Break open a door, e kipo 
i ka puka komo. 

5. E ulupa'. Syn. dash in pieces. 

6. E hoolakalaka. Break a horse to 
saddle, e hoolakalaka ka lio i ka noho. 

7. E popoi. The surf breaks on the shore, 
ke popoi nei ka nalu ma kahakai. 

8. E haalele; e kaaokoa aku. Break 
away from evil companions, e haalele i 
na hoalauna ino. 

9. E hoopau wale. The meeting was 
broken up, ua hoopau wale ia ka ha- 

10. E haehae. To break the heart, e 
haehae i ka naau. 

11. The day begins to break, ke wehe 
nei_ke alauia; ke moku nei ka pawa. 

Break'er, w. Kai nalu; poina nalu, 
Break'fast, n. Aina kakahiaka. 
Break'wa-ter, n. He pale kai. 
Breast, n. Ka umauma. 
Breast, v. E ku-e'; e halawai ku-e'; e 

paio. Syn. stem. Breast a difficulty, 

e paio me ka popilikia. 
Breast'bone, n. .Iwi umauma. 
Breast'pin, n. He pine no ka poll. 
Breast'pla-te, n. Pale kaua no ka 

Breast'work, n. Pa kaua lepo. 
Breath, n. Ka hanu; ke aho; ke ea. 
Breathe, v. E hanu; e ha. 
Breath'ing, n, Ka hanu ana; ka ha 

ana; ke aho. 

Breath'less, adj. Naenae; pauahoJ 
paupauaho. Breathless haste, paupaua- 
ho i ka hikiwawe. 

Breech/es, n. Lole wawae. Syn. pan- 

Breed, v. E hoolaha. Garbage will 
breed pestilence, e hoolaha ana ka opal a 
pilau i ka mai ahulau. 
2. E hooulu ;,' e hoala. Breed dissen- 
sion, e hoala i ka mokuahana. 

Breed'er, n. 1. Mea hoolaha. A cattle 
breeder, mea hoolaha bipi; mea hanai 

2. He kumu hooulu. A breeder of dis- 
sension, he kumu e hooulu ai ka mo- 

Breeding, n, 1. K a hoolaha ana; ka 
hanai ana i na holoholona. 
2. Ke ano o ka noho ana. Good breed- 
ing, ano keonimana. Syn. good man- 

Breeze, n. He makani oluolu; makani 
aniani; he ahe. Beeeze up, e aniani; e 

Brev'i-ty, n. See conciseness. 

Brew, v. 1. E hana i bia me na wai 
o ia ano. 

2. E ea mai; hoea mai. That will brew 
trouble, e ea mai ana ka pilikia no ia 

Brew'er, n. Kanaka kawili bia me na 
wai o ia ano. 

Brew'er-y, n. Hale hana bia. 

Bribe, n. Uku kipe'. 

Brlb'er, n. Ka mea e kipe' ana. 

Brlb'er-y, n. Ke kipe ana. 

Bribe'tak'er, n. Ka mea e lawe ana i 
ke kipe'. 

Brick, n. Pohakuula; uwinihepa, 

Brick'bat, n. Apana pohaku ula. 

Briek'kiln, (kil), n. He umu hoomoa 
pohaku ula. 

Brick'lay-er, n. Kanaka hoomoo po- 
haku ula. 

Briek'mak'er, n. Kanaka hana poha- 
ku ula. 

Brick'yard, n. Pa kahi e hanaia'i ona 
pohaku ula. 

Brid'al, adj. No ka mare. 

Brid'al-par'ty, n. 1. Ka poe e mare 
2._ Na hoa ukali o ka poe e mare ana. 

Brid'al-robes/, n. Na kapa mare. 

Bride, n. He wahine mare hou; 

Bride' -cake, n. Berena ono no ka ma- 
re ana. Syn. wedding cake. 

Bride'groom, n. Kane mare hou. 

Brldes'-maid, n. Hoa kokua o ka wa- 
hine mare hou. 

Bridge, n. 1. Uapo; alahaka. 
2. Bridge of the nose, ka iwi o ka ihu. 

Bri-dle, n, Kaula waha. 

Bri'dle, v. 1. E kau i ke kaula waha. 

2. E kaohe. Syn. check; restrain. 

3. E hookiekie. Syn. bridle up. 
BrI'dle-path, n. Alanui lio. 
Brief, adj. Pokole; haiki. Syn. short. 




Brief, n. He palapala hoakaka pokole 
no ka hihia kanawai. 

Briefly, adv. Me ka pokole. Syn. con- 

Briefless, adj. Hoopii ole. A briefless 
lawyer, he loio me ka hoopii ole; he lo- 
io me ka hana ole. 

Brier, n. Laau ooi; hekuku; kakalai- 
oa. Syn. bramble. 

Brig, n. Moku kialua me na pea kuea 
ma na kia elua. 

Bri-gade', n. He man regimana koa i 
huiia ma ka puali koa hookahi. 

Brig'a-diēr'-gēn'er-al, n. Ke gener- 
ala oka brigade. 

Brig' and, n. He powa; kanaka hao 
wale. Syn. robber. 

Brig 'an- tine', n. Moku kialua me na 
pea kuea ma ke kia mua wale no. 

Bright, adj. 1. Hulali; aiai; lilelile; 
hinuhinu. Syn. shining; brilliant. 

2. Konane; konale. Bright, as moon- 

3. Mikioi; eleu. A bright child, he kei- 
ki mikioi. 

Bril'liant, adj. 1. Alohilohi; olinoli- 

no; wakawaka. 

2. Mikioi. 
Brim, n. Kae. Brim of the cup, ke kae 

o ke kiaha. 
Brim'ful, adj* Piha ]oa; piha a hu. 
Brim'stone, n. Kukaepele. Syn. sul- 
Brine, n. Kai; wai kai. 
Bring, v. E homai; elawe mai. 
Brink, n. Kae. Brink of the precipice, 

kae o ka pali. Brink of the river, kae o 

ka muliwai. Brink of ruin, kae o ka 

Brisk, adj. 1. Mama; hoihoi; makaala; 

anehe. Syn. alert; lively. 

2. Business is brisk, holo ka hana. 
Bris'tle, n. Hulu manoanoa ma ke kua 

o ka puaa. 
Brit'ish, adj. No Beritania. 
Brit' tie, adj. Uina; hakihaki wale; 

nahaha'. Glass is brittle, he mea naha- 

ha' wale ke aniani. 
Brit'tle-ness, n. Ke ano hakihaki 

Broach, v. 1. E wehe kinohou no lo- 

ko mai o ka pahu. 

2. E hai mua ; e wehe mua i ka manao. 
To broach a subject, e wehe muai ka ma- 
nao e pili ana l kekahi kumu. 

3. To broach to, e hull hewa i ka maka- 
ni. The boat broached to, huli hewa ka 
waapa i ka makani. 

Broad, adj. Laula; akea. Syn. exten- 
sive. Broad shouldered, kiwaawaa. 

Broad'axe, n. Koi kalai. 

Broadcast, adv. Lu lima. To sow 
broadcast, e lu lima'ku i na anoano. 

Broad'cloth, n. Lole paina. 

Broad' side, n. 1. Ke ki like ana i na 
pu'apauma kekahi aoao o ka moku 
2. Kekahi aoao o ka moku. 

3. He palapala hoolaha i paiia ma ka 

aoao hookahi wale no. 
Brogue, w. Olelo kuaaina: puana he- 

mahema ma ka olelo. 
Broil, n. Hehauwalaau; haunaele; ha- 

kaka, Syn. disturbance; turmoil. 
Broil, v. E koala; e pulehu. 
Bro'ken, adj. Haki. Broken all to pie- 
ces, haki manunu. 
Bro'ken-heart'ed, adj. Ehaeha ka 

naau; make loa ka manao; walania, 
Bro'ken-wind'ed, adj. Naenae; pau- 

Bro'ker, n. He agena. Syn. agent. 
Bron-ehi'tis, n. Mai maloko o ka puu; 

hanapilo ka leo. 
Brood n. Ohana manu. 
Brood, v. 1. E hoopunana; e hoomoe 


2. E mumule; e nalu. 
Brot>k, n. He kahawai. 
Broom, n. He pulumi; he kahili. 
Brobm'sti«k, n. Au o ka pulumi. 
Broth, n. Supa; kai. Syn. soup. 
Broth'er, n. Hoahanau kane. Older 

brother, kaikuaana. Younger brother 

kaikaina. Brother of a sister, kaiku- 

Broth/er-hood, n. Ka noho ana hoa- 
Broth'er-ly, adj. Hoahanau. Brother- 
ly love, aloha hoahanau. 
Brow, n. 1. Lae. Eye brow, kue maka. 

2. Kae. Syn. brink. 
Brow'beat, v. E hooweliweli; hooma- 

Brown, adj. Hauliuli; haeleele. 
Brown-stud'y, n. Poonoonoo. Syn. 

Browse, v. E ai nahelehele, e like me 

ka bipi, kao, hipa. 
Bruise, v. E paōpao. 
Brunt, n. 1. Hoouka. The brunt of the 

battle, ka hoouka nui o ke kaua. 

2. Luhi nui. The brunt of the work, ka 

luhi nui o ka hana. 
Brush, n. Pulumi liilii; he balaki. 
Brush, v. 1. E kahili; e pulumi. 

2. E huli hou i na mea i hatile. Brush 
up his knowledge of arithmetic, e huli 
hou i na mea haule o ke arimatika. 

3. E nei awiwi. Brush past, e nei awi- 
wi aku. 

Brush/wood, n. Nahelehele. 
Bru'tal, adj. Lokoino. Syn. cruel. 
Brii-tal'i-ty, n. Ka lokoino; mainoi- 

no. Syn. cruelty. 
Brute, n. 1. He holoholona. 

2."* He kanaka lokoino. 
Bru'tish, adj. Like me ka holoholona; 

noonoo ole. Syn. stupid; ignorant; 

Bub'Me, n. Hu'a o ka wai. 
Buek'et, n. Bakeke. 
Buek'le, n. Pihipihi. 
Buek'le, v. E kaei. Buckle on the sword, 

e kaei i ka pahikaua. 
Bud, n. Opuu pua. 




Bud, v. E opuu. 

2. Putting forth of leaves, liko. 

3. Putting forth of buds, muo. 
Budg'et, n. 1. Bila haawina. 

2. He puolu. J. budget of news, puolo 

BuPfa-15, m. Hebufalo; bipi hihim. 
Buf-foom/, w. Kanaka kamaniha; mea 

hehenawale. Syn. clown. 
Bug, w. He uku; mea kolo. 
Bug'gy, w. Kaa lio lealea, e ha ona 

man huila. 
Build, v. 1. E kukulu. Build a house, 

e kukulu i hale, 

2. E kapili. Build a vessel, e kapili 

Build'er, n. Mea nana e kukulu. 
Build'ing, n. 1. Ka mea i kukuluia. 

2. He hale. 
Bulk, m Kanui; kahapanui. 
Bulkhead, n. He paku laau, a hao 

paha, iloko o ka moku. 
Balk'y, adj. Nunui loa. 
Bull, n. Bipi kane. 
BulFdog, n. Ilio hae bipi. 
BuFlet, n. Poka no ka pu ki poohiwi. 
BuFle-tin, n He palapala hoolaha. 
BuFle-tin-board', n. Papa no na pa- 
lapala hoolaha. 
BuFlion, n. Ke kala me ke gula i pai 

ole ia a lilo i dala. 
BuFloek, n. Bipi kane opio. 
BulFrusk, n, He naku; akaakai; ka- 

Bulls-eye, n. 1. He aniani poepoe ma 
ka aoao o ka moku, mea e lama ai. 

2. Ke kiko waenakonu o ka maka e 
kipu aku ai. 
BuFly, n. Kanaka mahaoi; mea hoo- 

naukiuki wale. 
Bul'wark, n. Pale kai o ka moku. 
Bump, n. He puu. 
Bump, v. Ku. He bumped his head, ku 

oia i kona lae. Syn. hit. 
Buinp'km, n. He kuaaina. 
Bun, n. Mea ono liilii; berena onoliilii. 
Bun cli, n. 1. Huhui. Bunch of grapes, 
huhui waina. 

2. Ahui. Bunch of Bananas, ahui 

3. He puu. 

Bun'dle, n. 1. Pu-a, Bundle of wheat, 
pua' huita. 

2. He puolo. A bundle of papers, he 
puolo pepa. 

3. Bundle of poi, pai ai; holoai. 

4. Olaolao; laolao, ope. 
Bun'dle, v. E puolo; e pua; e ope; e 

Bung', n. Ka umoki nui ma ka aoao o 

ka barela. 
Bung'liole, n. He puka poepoe ma ka 

aoao o ka barela. 
Bung'le, v, E kapulu ma ka hana. 
Bung'ler, n. Kanaka i kapulu ma ka 

hana; mea hawawa ma ka hana. 
Biing'ling, adj. Kapulu; hawawa; he- 


Bunt'ing, n. Lole hana hae. 

Buoy, (boy), n. He mouo. 

Buoy'an-cy, n. Ke ano lana. 

Buoy'ant, adj. Lanalana. 

Burr/ n. Hua o kapuakala; kakalaioa 

Bur \ kikania. 

Bur'den, n. He haawe kaumaha; he 

ukana halihali. 
Bur'den-some, adj. Kaumaha; hoo- 

Bu'reau (bu'ro), w. 1. Pahtl ume. 

2. He mahele nui o ka oihana aupuni. 

Bureau of Education, oihana hoonaau- 

ao. Bureau of Customs, oihana dute. 
Bur'glar, n. He wawahi hale i ka po 

me ka manao hewa; mea kipo hale i 

ka po. 
Bur'gla-ry, n. Ke karaima o ka wawa- 
hi hale i ka po. 
Bu'ri-al (ber'ry-al), n. Kanu kupa- 

pau. Syn. funeral. 
Bur-lesque' (bur-lesk'), adj. Hooala 

ikaakaaka; mea e hu ai ka akaaka. 

Syn. ludicrous. 
Bur'ly, adj. Kino nui ikaika. 
Burn, v. 1. E a; ehoo-a. The fire bums, 

ke a nei ke ahi. 

2. E kuni ; e hoowela. I burnt my fin- 
ger, ua hoowela wau i kuu manamana 

3. E papaa. The cake is burnt, papaa 
ka berena ono. 

4. Epuhi ike ahi; e kuni. The house 
was burnt, ua kuniia ka hale i ke ahi. 

Burn, n. He palapu ahi. 
Burn'er, n. Keleawc hoopaa uwiki. 
Burn'ing, adj. Wewela 
Burn'ing-glass, n. Aniani hoo-a ahi, 

mamuli o na kukuna wela o ka la. 
Bur'nisk, v. E hoohulali; e anai a hi- 

Burst, v. E pahu'* e poha'. 
Bur'y (ber'ry), v. E kanu ma ka lepo, 
Bur'y-ing-ground', n. Pa kanu kupa- 

Busk, n. Laalaau. 
Busk'el, n. Busela, he ana no na mea 

Bus'i-ly (biz'i-ly), adv. Paa loa i ka 

hāna; lilo loa i ka hana. 
Bus'i-ness (biz'ness), n. Oihana; ka 

hana i lawelawe ia. Syn. employment; 

Bust, n. He kii o ke poo me ka umau- 

ma wale no. 
Bus'tle, v, E awiwi; e makaala. 
Bus'y (biz'y), adj. Paa i ka hana. 
Bui'y-bod'y,?i. He holoholo olelo ; e-le- 

But, prep. 1. Aka. I called but he n ad 

gone, kahea aku la wau, aka ua hala e 


2. Aka hoi; aka nae; eia nae. I did 
not see him, but I heard his voice, aole 
a'u i ike maka iaia. aka nae ua lohe a'u 
i kona leo. Syn. nevertheless. 

3. Koe nae. All went but John, ua hele 
lakou a pau, koe nae o Keoni. 




Butch/er, n. Kanaka loli bipi, kao, hi- 

]3a, etc. 
B tit-end', n. Ka welau nui. The but- 

encl of the log, ka welau nui o ka pauku 

Butt, n. He mea i hoohenehene nui ia. 

2. He pahu ana me ke poo. 

3. He pahu nunui. 
But'ter, n. Waiu bata. 
But'ter-fly, n. Pulelehua. 
But'ter-milk, n. Ka waiu o ka waiu 

Biit'toek, n. Okole. 
But'ton, n. Pihi lole. 
But' ton, v. E pihi. 

But'ton-hole, n. Puka pihi. 
Bux'om, adj. Onaoua; ui. 
Buy (by), v. E kuai lilo mai. 
Buy'er, n. Ka mea e loaa ana maniuli 

o ke kuai. 
Buzz, v. Kamumunra. 
By, prep. Ma; mahope; ma o. By-and- 

by, mamuli; kokoke. 
By-law, n. Rula. 

By'wa^j n - He alanui PiP a - 
By'stand-er, n. Mea e ku kokoke ana. 
By'word, n. 1. Olelo i wawa wale ia. 

2. Kumu hoohenehene; mea i hoowa- 



Cab» n. Kaa lio me ka uhi oluna. Syn. 
Cab'bage, n. Kapiki; meaai. 
Cab'in, n. 1. Ke keena mahope o ka 

moku. 2. He hale pupupu. 
Cab'i-net, n. 1. Pahu waiho buke; 

waiho mea milimili. 

2. Papa kuhina. Cabinet council, aha 

€ab'i-net-mak'er, n. Kamena' hana 

pahu, noho, papa, me na lako hale e ae. 
Ca'ble, n. 1. Kaula hao heleuma. 

2. Kaula nunui no ka moku. 

S. Telegraph cable, uea telegarapa i 

hoomoeia malalo o ka moana. 
Ca'ble, v. E hooili i olelo ma ka uia 

teleg_arapa moana. 
€a-bobse / , n. Hale kuke oluna o ka 

■Cache, (kash), n. He ahu ai i hunaia. 
Caek'le, v. E pukaka; e pukoko. 
Cae'tus, n. Pabipi; panini. 
Ca-dav'er-ous, adj. Hakea, mehe ku- 

papau la. 
Ca-det, n. Haumana no ke kula koa. 
Ca'di, n. He lunakanawai ma Tureke. 
Cage, n. 1. Hale hoopaa holoholona. 

A bird cage, hale manu. 
Ca-jole'» v. E hoomalimali hoopuni- 

Cake, w. Palaoa ono. 
Cal'a-bash, n. He umeke. Water cala- 
bash, hue wai. 
€a-lam'i-ty, n. He popilikia; poino, 

pilikianui. Syn. disaster; misfortune. 
Cal-€u-late, v. E helu; e imi ma na 

helu. Syn. compute; reckon. 
Cal'eu-la'tion, n. Ka imi ana ma na 

helu; ka haina o ka imi ana. Syn. 


CaFcu-la'tor, n. Mea imi helu. 
Cal'dron, n. Ipu hao nui mea baila. 
Cal'en-dar, n. He alemenaka. Syn. 

Calf, (kaf), n. 1. Bipi keiki. 

2. Oloolo wawae. 
CaFi-bre, (bur), n. 1. Ke ana waena 

o ka waha o ka pukuniahi me na pu 

kani e ae. 

2. Mental calibre, ka ikaika o ka noo- 

€al'i-€o, n. Lole kalikoa. 
Cal/is-tlien'ics, n. Hana hoomaamaa, 

hooikaika kino. 
CaPi-pers, n. Upa' ana poepoe. 
Calk, v. E okomo moku. 
Calk'er, n. Kanaka okomo moku. 
Call, v. 1. E kahea. Call him, e kahea 


2. E kapa'ku. 

3. E kipa launa. 

Call, n. 1. Ka hea ana; leo kahea. 

2. Ke kipa launa ana. 
Cal-lig/ra-phy, n. Ke kakaulima mai- 

CaPling, n, Oihana i maa ai. Syn. 

occupation; business; employment. 
CaPlous, adj. Oolea; maeele; leho. 

2. Callous spots, leho ; leholeho. 
Calm, adj. Malie ; lai ; pohu. 
Calm, v. Ehoomalielie; ehoomaalili; 

e hoonana. Syn. quiet. 
Calm/ly, adv. Me ka malie; malielie. 
Calm/ness, n. Ka malu; ka lulu; ka 

malie. Syn. quietness ; tranquility. 
Cal-or'ic, n L Wela. Syn. heat. 
Ca-lum'ni-ate, v. E hooino wale i ka 

inoa, e niania; e akiaki. Syn. slander. 
Ca-lum'ni-a'tor, n. Kanaka niania; 

he paokee. Syn. slanderer. 




Cal'um-ny, n, Alapahi; olelo niania; 
olelo akiaki. Syn. slander; detraction. 
Calve, v. E hanau ka bipi. 
Calyx, n. Ka wahi' owaho o ka pua. 
Cain' el, w. Kamelo. 
Camp, n. Wahi hoomoana." Military 

camp, wahi hoomoana o na pnali koa. 
Can, v. Hiki. 
2. To can fruit, e hookomo i na hua ai 
ma na tini. 
Can, n. He aim; he pahu metala. Tin 

can, pahu tini. 
Ca-nal', n. He auwai. 
Ca-na'ry, Mann kanari. 
Can'cel, v. 1. E. kapae helu. Cancel 
equal /actors, e kapae i na helu hana 

2. E hoopau. Cancel an agreement, e 
hoopau i ka olelo ae like. 
Can'^el-la'tion, n. Ka hoopan ana; 

ke kapae ana. 
Can'cer, n. He mai aai. 
Can'did, adj. Oiaio; epa ole. Syn. 

frank; truthful. 
Can'dl-date, n. 1. Mea e imi ana i ke- 
kahi oihana, 

2. Mea i manaoia no kckahi oihana. 
Can'did-ly, adv. Me ka oiaio. Syn. 

Can'dle, n. Ihoiho; kukui aila. 
Can'dle-stiek, n. Ihoiho kukui. 
Can'dor, n. Ka oiaio; ke kaulike. Syn. 

truth; fairness; justice. 
Can'dy, n. Koomoomo. 
Cane, n. Kookoo. Syn. walking stick. 
€āne'brāke, n. Wahi paapu o na ohe. 
Ca-nine', adj. Ano ilio. 
Can'nis-ter, n. Pahu tini poepoe. 
Can'ni-bal, n. Kanaka ai kanaka. 
Can'ni-bal-ism, n. Ka ai kanaka. 
CJan'non, w. Pukuniahi ; pu nui. 
Can'non-ade', n. Ke ki ana i na pu 

Can'non-ball, n. Poka' nokapunui. 

Syn. cannon shot. 
Can'non-ier', n. Mea lawelawe i ka 

pu nui. 
Ciin'not, v. Aole hiki. 
Ca-noe', (ka-nu'), w. Waa maoli. 
Can'o-py, n. He uhi maluna'e o ke poo. 
Cant, v. E hull iki ma ka aoao. 
Can'ta-lotipe, n. Heipuala. 
Can-teen', n. Huewaitini. 
Can't er, v. E holo kainepu, e like me 

kalio. Syn. gallop. 
Can'vas, n. 1. Lole ie; lole hana pea. 

2. Na pea o ka moku. 
Can'vass, v. 1. E noi. Canvass for 
funds, e noi i dala no kekahi hana. 
2. E paipai. Canvass for votes, e paipai 
no ke koho balota. 
Cap, n. Papale kapu. 
Ca'pa-bil'i-ty, n. Ka makaukau. 
Ca'pa-ble, adj. Makaukau; kupono. 

Syn. able; efficient; competent. 
Ca-pa'cious, cwfj. Akea;nunui. A ca- 
pacious house, he hale akea. 

Ca-pa-c'i-ty, n. 1. Ke ana piha o ke- 
kahi mea. 

2. Ke akea o ka noonoo. 
Cap'a-pie', adv* Mai ke poo a i na 

Ca-par'i-son, n. Na kahiko no ka lio. 

Cape, n. 1. He lae o ka aina. 
2. Kihei liilii no na poohiwi. 

Ca'per, v. E lelelele; e haa. 

Cap'il-la-ry, adj. Makalii mehe lauoho 
la. Capillary attraction, ume lauohp. 

Cap'i-tal, n. 1. Kulanakauhale poo 

2. Kumupaa, i hoomoeia ma kekahi 

Cap'i-tal-ist, n. Ka mea nona ke ku- 
mupaa; he kanaka waiwai nui. 

Cap'i-tol, n. Hale Oihana Aupuni. 

Ca-pit'ū-lāte» v. E haawi iloko o ka 
lima o ka enemi. 

Ca-price', n. Manao lolilua; manao 
kapekepeke. Syn. whim; fancy. 

Ca-pri'<?ions, adj. Loli wale; kapeke- 
peke; lolilua. Syn. whimsical; fickle. 

Cap-size', v. E kahuli; hookahuli. 

Cap'stan, n. Pokakaa huki heleuma; 
huki ukana o ka moku. 

Cap'taxn, n. 1. Kapena moku. 
2. Kapena o na koa. 

Cap'taln-ey, n. Oihana kapena. 

Cap'tioiis, adj. Imi hala; keemoa; 
opukopekope. Syn. peevish; fault- 

Cap'tioiis-ness, n. Ka manao imi hala. 

Cap'ti-vate, v. E lawe pio i ka manao. 

Cap'tive, n. He pio. 

Cap-tiv'i-ty, n. Ka noho pio ana. 

Cap'tor, n. Ka mea nana e lawe pio. 

Cap'ture, n. Ka lawe pio ana. 

Car, n. Kaa alanui hao. 

Car'at, n. He ana kaumaha, eha' huna; 
he kaupaona no na momi, a no ke gula. 

Car'a-van, n. He huakai hele ma na 
aina o ka Hikina. 

Car'a-van'sa-ry, n. Hale hookipa ma 
ka Hikina. 

Car'Mne, n. He pu pokole ki poohiwi. 

Car'bon, n. Ka l-o o ka nanahu, a me 
na mea a i ke ahi. 

Car-bon'ie, adj. Pili i ke carbon. 

Car'«ass, n. Heana; kino make o ka 

Card, n. He pepa manoanoa, 

2. Pepa paani. 

3. Palapala hoolaha pokole, i paiia. 

4. Pepa inoa. Visiting card, pepa inoa 
no ka makaikai launa ana. 

5. He paa laau-kahi no ke kahi ana i 
ka huluhulu, pulupulu. 

Card, v. E kahi huluhulu, pulupulu. 

Card'er, n. Ka mea e kahi ana. 

Card'ease, n. He wahi' no na pepa lii- 

Ciir'di-ae, adj. Pili ana i ka puuwai 

Car'di-nal, adj. Ka mea nui; kamua. 
Cardinal points of the compass, na wele- 
lau nui oka panana. Cardinal virtues, 
na pono nui. 




Car'di-naX, n. He kahunapule nui o 

ka ekalesia Roma. 
-Care, n. 1. Manao nui e kaumaha'i. 

2. Ka malama ana; ke kiai ana. 

3. Take care, e akahele; e malama. 
€a-reer', n. Ka noho'na i keia ola, Syn 

course of life. 
Ca-reer'ing, p, p. E holo mama ana. 

The ship is careering over the waves, ke 

holo mama nei ka moku maluna o na 

Care'ful, adj. Akahele; malama pono. 
Care'ful-ly, adv. Me ke akahele. 
Care'less, adj. Lalau; kapulu ; nahili. 
Care'less-ly, adj. Me ke akahele ole. 
Ca-ress% v. Epulike; e milimili aloha. 
Ca'ret, n. Puumana( A ). 
€ar'go, n. Ka ukana hooili o ka moku. 

Syn. freight. 
•Car'i-ca-ture, n. Kii hoomakeaka. 
Car'i-ca-tur-ist, n. Mea kaha kii hoo- 

make aka. 
Car'nage, n. Ka hookahe koko; ka lu- 

ku ana. Syn. slaughter; massacre. 
CiLr'nal, adj. Pili i ke kino; pili i na 

kuko o ke kino. Syn. sensual. 
Car'nal-ly, adv. 1. Ma ke ano kino. 

2. Me ke kuko hewa. 
Car-ni¥'o-rous, adj. Ai i-o holoholona. 
Car'ol, n. Leo mele hauoli. 
Ca-rot'id, n. Kekahi o na aakoko nui 

elua ma ka a-i. 
€a-rous'al, n. Ahaaina uhauha. 
Ca-rouse', v. 1. E lealea uhauha. 

2. E inu pu a ona. 
Car'peix-ter, n. He kamena'. 
Car'pen-try, n. Oihana kamena'. 
Car'pet, n. Moena lole huluhulu, 
Carriage (car'rij), n. Kaa holoholo 

Car'ri-er, n. Mea lawe; mea halihali. 

A letter carrier, he lawe leta. 
Car'ri-on, n. I-o pilau. 
Car'rot, n. Karoke; meaulu. 
Car'ry, v. 1. E lawe; e hali; e halihali. 

2. E amo. To carry on the shoulder. 

3. To carry on the back, e waha; e haa- 

Cart, n. Kaa lawe ukana; kaa kauo. 
-Cart, v. E hali ma ke kaa. 
-Cart-age, n. 1. Ka hali ana ma ke kaa 

2. TJku kaa. 
Ciirt'er, n. Kanaka hookele kaa ukana. 
Car'ti-lage, n. Kumukumu; ka pilali 

iwi o na ami. 
Cartridge, n. Wahi' metala e hoopaa 

pu ana ka pauda me ka poka'. 
Car'tridge-box, n. He pahu ill liilii 

waiho poka'. 
Cart'-wrig-lit, n. Kanaka hana kaa. 
Carve, v. 1. E okioki i-o. 

2. E kalai laau, pohaku, etc. 
Carv'er, n. 1. Mea okioki i-o. 

2. Mea kalai laau, pohaku, etc. 

3. Pahi nui, oki i-o. Syn. carving 

€ās-«āde', n. Waikahe; wailele. Syn. 
waterfall; cataract. 

Case, n. He pahu; he wahi'. 

2. He hoopii ; he hihia. 

3. A case for the doctor, he mea na ke 
kauka e lapaau. 

4. A hard case, he mea paakiki ; he ka- 
naka oolea, paakiki. 

Case'kmfe, n. Pahi aina. 

Casli, n. Dala ike maka; dala paa. 

Cash., v. E uku koke; e uku i ke dala 

Cash/bcfbk, n. Buke helu no na lilo me 

na loaa ma na dala paa. 
Cāsli-iēr', n. Ka malama dala o ka ba'- 

neko, a o kekahi hui paha. 
Cask, n. Pahu barela nui. 
Cas'ket, n. 1. Pahu liilii waiho momi. 

Syn. jewel box. 

2. Pahu kupapau metala. 
Cast, v. 1. E kiola; hoolei; e nou. Cast 

stones, e hoolei i na pohaku. 

2. E hooheehee metala, no na mea me- 
Cast'a-way', n. Mea haaleleia i ka po- 

Caste, n. Ke kulana iwaena o kanaka 
Cas'ter, n. He pokakaa liilii malalo ae 

o na wawae o na pahuume, etc. 
Cas'ti-grate, v. E hoopai ma ka hahau 

ana. Syn. chastise. 
Cas'ti-ga'tion, n. Ka hoopai hahau 

ana, a hili ana paha. Syn. chastise- 
Cast'ingr, n. He mea metala i hanaia 

ma ka hooheehee mua ana i ka metala. 
Castling 1 - vote, n. Ka balota e hooholo 

ana i ka pono iwaena o na aoao elua, 

ke like a like na balota e ae. 
Cas'tle, n. Hale nui, kohu pa kaua la. 
Cas'tor-oil, n. Aila kolii. 
Cas'trate, v. E poa; e kahe. 
Cas/u-al, adj. Ulia wale. Syn. acci- 
Cas/u-al-ty, n. Mea ulia wale. Syn. 

Cat, n. Popoki; owao. 
Cat'a-comb, n. He ana waiho kupapa'u. 
Cat'a-lep-sy, n. He maule; mai ku- 

Cat'a-ltfgue, (l&g), n. Papa kuhikuhi 

inoa; papa hoike. 
Cat'a-logue, v. E kakau papa. 
€afa-mount, n. He popoki nui ahiu. 
Cat'a-raet, n. 1. He wai lele nui. 

2. He mai iloko o ka maka. 
Ca-tarrh/, (ka-tar'), n. He mai ma ke 

poo me ke kahe o ka hupe'. 
Ca-tas'tro-plie, n. He poino nui. 

Syn. disaster; calamity. 
Catch., v. E hopu; e hoopaa; e apo, 

Syn. seize. 

2. Catch a cold, e loaa i ke kunu. 
Catcli/er, n. Mea nana e hopu. 
Catch/inf*, adj. Lele. Infectious disease, 

mai lele wale. Contagious disease, mai 

lele ma ka pili ana. 
Cat'e-ehlse, (kiz), v. E ui; e ninani- 

Cat'e-cliism, (Mzm), n. He buke ui. 




€at'e~go-ry, n. Kulana. Syn. state; 

€ā/ter, v. E hoolako i na mea ai. 
Ca/ter-er, n. Ka mea hoolako i na mea 

Cat'er-pil'lar, n. He peelua. 
€a'ter-waul, v. E uwe e like me ka 

popoki. *" 
€a-tliar'tie, n. Laau hoonaha'. 
Ca-the'dral, n. Luakini bihopa. 
€ath'o-lie, adj. Akea wale ; pili laula. 
Cats'paw, n. He mea i hookonokonoia 
e hana kolohe; he weawea. 
2. He onini ma ka ili o ke kai. 
Cat'tle, n. Na holoholona laka o ke 

2. Na bipi. 
€āt'tle-rānge, n. He aina kula no na 

€au'eiis, n. He halawai ku i ka wa. 
Cause, n. 1. Kumu. The cause of all 
'things, ke kumu o na mea a pau. 
2. Hihia ma ke kanawai. Syn. case. 
Cause'less, adv. Me ke kumu ole. 
€ause'way, n. Alanui i hookiekieia 

mawaena o kahi pohopoho. 
€au'ter-ize, v. E kuni me ka hao wela; 

*e kuni me ka laau lapaau wela. 
Cau'tion, n. 1. Keakahele; ka noonoo 
pono. Syn. prudence; care. 
2. Heoleloao; olelopapa. 
Cau'tion, v. E ao aku; e papa'ku. 
€»a'tiotis, adj. Noonoo; akahele. Syn. 

€au'tioiis-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo; me 

ke akahele. Syn. prudently. 
Cav'al-eade', n. Huakai hooholo lio. 
Cav'a-lier', adj. 1. Aa; koa; wiwo ole. 

2. Haanou; hookano. 
€av'al-ry, n. Na koa lio. 

"£§ v ? { n. He ana iloko o ka honua. 

Cav'ern ) 

Cav'il, v. E imi hala; e hoohalahala. 

Cav'il-ler, n. Ka mea imi hala. 

€av'i-ty, n. He hakahaka; wahi po'ho. 

Cease, v. E oki; hooki; e hoopau. 

""Syn. desist; forbear. 

CJease'less, adj. Pau ole; mau. Syn. 

^ incessant. 

Ce'dar, n. Laau kedera. 

fiede, v. E hoolilo ia hai. 

Ce-diFla, n. He kaha malalo iho o ka 

" huapalapala C (C) e hoakaka ana ua 

pili īaia ka leo o S. 
CJeil, v. E kapili papa ma na aoao a 
~ maluna o ke keena. 
CeiFing, n. 1. Ko luna o ke keena. 
~ 2. Na papa kapili iloko o ka hale. 
Cel'e-brate, v. E hookaulana; e hoo- 
~nani; e kulaia. 
Cel'e-brat'ed, adj. Kaulana. 
{5ēl'e-brā'tion, n. Ka hookulaia ana; 
'"ka hookaulana ana. 
Ce-leb'ri-ty, n. Kahanohano; ke kau- 

Ce-ler'i-ty, n. Ka mama; ka hikiwa- 
"" we. Syn. swiftness. 

Cje-les'tial, adj. 1. No ka lani. Celestial 
~ being, mea e noho ana ma ka lani. 

2. Celestial Empire, he inoa no ke au- 

puni o Kina. Celestials, ka poe o Kina. 
CJel-i-ba-cy, adj. Ka noho ana me ka 

mare ole. 
Cell, n. 1. Keena liilii. Prison cell, 

keena liilii o ka hale paahao. 

2. Na pukapuka o ke kukae nalo meli. 

3. Na pukapuka ma na mea ulu. 
gellar, n. Ka lua malalo o ka hale. 
C5ēl'lū-lar, adj. Pukapuka; paapuina 

puka liilii. 
Cem'ent, n. 1. Puna pohaku. 

2. He pilali. 
Ce-ment/, v. E hoopili paa aku. E hoo- 
~ pipili. 

Cem'e-ter'y, n. Pa llina kupapau. 
Cexi/ser, n. Ipu kuni mea ala. 
Cen-so'ri-oiis, adj. Imi hala; hoahewa 
~ wale. 

Cen'£iir-a-bl©, adj. Ku i ka ahewaia. 
^en^snre, n. Olelo hoahewa. Syn 

Cen'sus, n. Papa helu lahui. 
Cen'sus-blank', n. Pepa paihakahaka 
"* no ka helu lahui. 

CJen'siis-tali/er, n. Luna helu lahui. 
(jcnt, n. Keneta. 

Cen'taur, n. He kupua o ka wa kahiko, 
"nona ke kino i oleloia he hapa kanaka 

hapa lio. 
Cjen-ten'ni-al, n. Ka haneri o na ma- 
"" kahiki. 

Cen'ter, n. Ko waenakonu; kikowaena. 
gen'ti-ped j He kan j 

Cen'ti-pe-d ) ± 

Cen'tral, adj. Waena konu. 
Cēn'tral-i-zā'tion, n. Ka hoohui ana 

" i kahi hookahi. 

Cen'tral-Ize, v. E hoohui i kahi hoo- 

" kahi. 

CJen-trif'u-gal, adj. Ka nee ana mai ke 
kikowaena aku. Centrifugal motion, ka 
motio mai ke kiko waena'ku. 

C!en-trif'u-gal, n. Mikini hoomaloo 

""ko paa. 

Cen-trip'e-tal, adj. Ka nee ana i ke 

^ kiko waena. Centripetal motion, ka mo- 
tio e imi ana i ke kiko waena. 

Cen-tii'ri-on, n. Luna haneri. 

C5en'tu-ry, n. Haneri makahiki, 

Ce-pliaPie, adj. Pili i ke poo. 

CSr'e-bel'lnm, n. Ka hapa o ka lolo 

~ ma ka hope o ke poo. 

Cer'e-bral, adj. Pili i ka lolo. 

Cer'e-brum, n. Ka mahele nui o ka 


Cer'e-mo'ni-oiis, adj. Hookahakaha. 

Cer'e-mo'ny, n. He loina; he hana 

~ hoonohonoho; hana hookapukapu ; ha- 
na pili i ka hoomana. Ceremony of 
laying the corner stone, hana m hoonoho- 
noho pohaku kumu o ke kihi. 

Cer'tain, adj. Maopopo loa; oiaio loa. 

"Syn. sure. 




Cer'tain-ly, adv. 1. Io. It will cer- 
tainly come to pass, e ko io ana ia mea. 

1. Ae no pah a. Please do me a favor f 
—Certainly, e oluolu oe e kokua iau ? 
— Ae no paha. 

3. Pela. Do you understand t— Certain- 
ly, ke hoomaopopo anei oe ?— Pela. 

Cer'tain-ty, n. Ka mea maopopo lea. 

Cer-tiP i-eate, n. Palapala hooia. 

Cjer'ti-ft-er, n. Mea nana e hooia. 

Qer'ti-fy, v. E hooia ma ke kakau lima. 

Ce-ruae-an, ad?'.Ulluli, like me ke aouli 

£es-sa'tion, n. Ka pau ana; ka oki 
ana. Cessation of hostilities, ka pau ana 
o ke kaua. 

Ces'sion, n. Ka hoolilo ana ia hai. 

Chafe, v. 1. E ukiuki; hoonaukiuki. 
Syn. fret. 

2. Maoa. Syn. rub sore. 
Chaff, n. He opala. 

Cha-grin', n. Manao ukiuki. Syn. 

Chain, n. Kaula apo. Iron chain, kaula 

Chain, v. E hoopaa me ke kaula hao. 
Chair, n. 1. He noho maoli. 

2. Ka mea e noho ana ma ka noho. 

3. He lala o ka oihana hoonaauao. 
Chair of Mathematics, ka oihana ao ma- 

Chair'man, n. Lunahoomalu. 
Chaise, n. Kaa huila elua, me ka uhi 

Chal'dron, n. He ana; 38 busela. 
Chalk, n. Po'ho. 
Challenge, v. E aa aku ia hai. 
Chal'leng-er, w. Ka mea e aa aku ana. 
Cham'ber, n. 1. Keena maluna; kee- 

na moe. 

2. He ahahui. Chamber of Commerce. 
ahahui kalepa. 

3. He aha kaukanawai. Chamber of 
Deputies, ahakaukanawai o na luna 

Cham'ber-lain, n. Luna nui o na 

keena. Lord Chamberlain, luna nui o 

ka ohana o ka Moi. , 
Cham'ber-maid, n. Wahine malama 

keena moe. 
Champ, v. E nau, e naunau. 
Cham'pi-on, n. 1. He kanaka koa. 

2. m Ka pookela; ka mua. 
Change, n. 1. Manawa kupono. Syn. 


2. Mea ulia wale. 
Chan'<?el-lor, n. 1. Ka Lunakanawai 

kiekie o ke Aupuni. 

2. He puuku. Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer, ka Puuku o ka Waihona dala. 
Chan'$el-lor-ship, n, Oihana o ke 

Chan'del-ier, n. Manamana huhui 

Chan'dler, n. Ship chandler, he kanaka 

kuai i na lako moku. 
Change, n. 1. He loli; he luli; he hoo- 

ano e. 

2. Na hapa dala. 

Change, v. E loli; e hoololi ; hoo-ano e. 
Change money, e hoololi dala; e wawahi 

Change'a-ble, adj. Loli lua; kaamola; 
olewa; kapekepe. Syn. fickle. 
2. Lauwili. A changeable wind, he ma- 
kanilauwili. Syn. variable. 

Change'a-ble-ness, n. Ano loli wale. 

Change'less, adj. Loliole; oni paa. 

«Jhan'nel, n. Auwaha; kowa'. 

Chant, v. E oli. 

Chant'er, n. Mea nana e oli. 

Chānt'i-«leer% n. Moa kane. Syn. 

Cha'os, n. Ka waiho ana huikau; hoo- 
ponopono ole. 

Cha-dt'ic, adj. Huikau; haunaele. 

Chap, n. Keiki kane; kanaka opio. 

Chap'el, n. Hale halawai hoomana. 

Char'ae-ter, n. 1. Ke ano o ke kana- 
ka; inoaiwaena o kanaka. Syn. repu- 

2. Ano. Syn. quality. The character 
of the enterprise, ke ano o ka hana. 

Char'ae-ter-is'ti©, adj. Ku i ke ano. 
Characteristic of the man, ku i ke ano o 
ke kanaka. 

Char'ae-ter-Ize, v. E kuhikuhi ano. 

Char-ade', n. He nanenane hooniai- 
keike i kekahi hua olelo i hunaia. 

Charcoal, n. Nanahu wahie. 

Charge, v. 1. E kauoha; e haawi i ke 
kauoha. Syn. exhort. 

2. E hoopii no ke karaima. Syn. 

3. E kakau hooaie. 

4. E hoopiha i ka pu. 

5. E hoouka i ke kaua. 
Charge'a-ble, adj. Kupono ke hoopiia 

kupono ke auhauia. 
Charter, n. 1. Lio holo kaua. 

2. Pa aina nui. 
Char'i-ot, n. Kaa holo kaua ; kaa kaua. 
Char'i-ot-eer', n % He hookele kaa 

Char'i-ta-ble, adj. Manawalea; loko- 

maikai. Syn. benevolent. 
Char'i-ty, n. Aloha; manawalea; lo- 

komaikai. Syn. love; benevolence. 
Char'la-tan, n. Mea akena wale i kona " 

ike. Syn. quack. 
Charm, v. E hoolealea; hoohoihoi. 

Syn. please. 
Charm'ing, adj. Nani; aulii. 
Chart, n. 1. Palapala aina holo moana. 

2. Palapala hoike. 
Char'ter, n. 1. Palapala hookohu hui, 

a ke Aupuni. 

2._ Palapala hoolimalima moku. 
Chase, v. E alualu; e hahai. The chase, 

ka alualu holoholona. 
Chasm, n. Mawae hohonu. 
Chaste, adj. Makamae; maemae; pau- 

maele ole. Syn. pure. 
Chas'ten, v. E hoopai. 

2. E hoomaemae. 
Chas-tlse>, v. E hahau; e hili; e hoo- 
pai. Syn. punish; castigate. 




Chas'tise-ment, n. Ka hoopai ana; ka 

hili ana. Syn. punishment. 

Chas'ti-ty, n. Ka haumia ole i na ku~ 
too ke kino; maemae o ka manao ma 
ka noho ana o ke kane a o ka wahine 
pah a. 

Chat, n. Kamailiohoonanea. 

CJliat-eaTi' (shat-o), n. Hale noho ha- 

'" nohano maloko ka aina. 

Chat'tel, n. Waiwai lewa. Syn. per- 
sonal property. 

Chat'ter, n. Walaau wale. 

Chat'ter-box, n. Mea walaau wale i 

Cheap, adj. Kumukuai haahaa; ma- 

Cheap'ness, n. Ka haahaa o ke kumu- 
kuai; ka makepono. 

Cheat, n. 1. He mea apuka wale. 
2. He han a hoopunipuni ; nana apuka. 

Cheat, v. E hoopunipuni; e hana apu- 
ka; e epa. 

Ch.eek. f v, 1. E keakea ; e kaohi. 
2. E kaha. Check baggage, e kaha i ka 
ukana ; e hoailonaika ukana. Check 
off names, e kaha'ku i na inoa. 

Check, n. 1. He kumu keakea. 

2. He kaha; ke hoailona. 

3. Bila kikoo dala. 
Cheek' er, v._ Kikokikoi. 
Cheek'er-board, n. He papa mu. 
Cheek'ers, n, Paani papa mu. 
Cheek'mate, v. E hoohoka loa. 
Cheek, n. 1. Papalina. 

2. Ano honekoa. 
Cheer, v. 1. E hoohoihoi; hooeueu; 

2. E hoolana i ka manao. 

3. E haawi i ka huro. 

Cheer, n. 1. Hauoli; lea; hoihoi. 

2. He huro. 

3. Good cheer, na mea ai me na mea 
inu maikai. 

Cheer'ful, adj. Hoihoi ; oluolu ; hauoli. 
Cheer'ful-ness, n. Ka hauoli o ka na- 

au; ka oluolu o ka manao. 
Cheerless, adj. Kaumaha; luuluu. 
€heese,?i. Waiupaa. 
Clieese'press, n. He kaomi no ka waiu 

pa a. 

ein'ie-al, adj. E pili ana i ke chem- 
Cjlie-mise' (she-meez'), n. Lole muu- 

~ muu. 

Chern'ist, n. He kanaka i akamai ma 

ke chemistry. 
Chsm'is-try, n. Ka ike e imi ana i na 

mole a, me na kumu o na mea a pan, a 

me ka hoohui ana o in man mole me 

na kumu, i loaa na kino o kela me keia 

Clier'ish, v. E malama loa; e hoomili- 

Ch5st, n. 1. Pahu nui waiho lole, wai- 

ho mea hana. 

2. Ke keapaa; kaumauma. 
Chew (chu), v. 1. E nan; e mama. 

2. Chew the cud, e hoolualuai. 

Chi-ean'er-y, n. Hana maalea; hana 
hoohalua; hana epa. Syn. trickery. 

CMSk'enj"- Moa keiki. 
Chick'en-he&rt'ed, adj. Maka'u wale; 

hopohopo wale. Syn. timid. 
Chick' en-pox, n. Mai puupuu liilii, 

ano like me ka mai hebera. 
Chide, v. E papa'ku; e ao aku. 
Chief, n. He alii; kiaaina. 
Chief, adj. Ka; ke poo o ka hana; 

ka mea nui. 
Chiefly, adv. Ma ka nui. 
Chieftain, n. He kapena; he alakai. 
Child, n. Hekeiki; kama; pokii. 
Child'blrth, n. Hanau keiki. 
ChIld'hot>d, n. Wa keiki. 
Chlld'ish, adj. Ano kamalii; noonoo 

Child'less, adj. Keiki ole. 
Child'Mke, adj. Akahai; like me ke 

Chil'dren, n. Na kamalii, 
Chlll,?i. 1. Haukeke; opili; 11. 

2. Chills and fever, he li me ka wela. 
Chill'i-ness, n. Anuanu; opili; koe- 

Chill'y, adj. Koekoe; huihui; opili. 
Chime, n. He man bele kani oli pu. 
Chlm'ney, n. Puka uahi. 
Chin, n. Ka auwae. 
Chink, n. He owa'; he nakaka. 
Chip, n. Mamala laau. 
CM-rog'ra-phy, n. Kakau lima. Syn. 

Chirp, v. E nunulu; e piopio; e ioio 
Chirp'ing, n. Ka piopio ana o na ma- 
Cliis'el, n. He kila. 
Chlt'chat, n. Syn. chat. 
Chlv'al-rous, adj. 1. Ano koa; wiwo 

2. Malama pono ina wahine. 
Chlv'al-ry, n. 1. Poe koa. 
2. Poe laulea, malama pono i na wa- 
Chock'full, adj. Piha loa; pihakui. 
Choe'o'late, n. Mea inu i hanaia mai 

ke cocoa. 
Choice, n. Ke koho ana; ka wae ana. 
Choice, adj. Miiimili. 
Choir (quire), n. Aha mele o ka luaki- 

Choke, v. 1. (From violence.) E umi. 
Syn. strangle. 

2. (Prom eating or drinking.) E puna; 
laowa. Syn. strangle; suffocate. 
Choke'damp, n. Ea ino iloko o na lua 

me na ana, mea make. 
Cho'ler, n. Huhu; inaina. Syn. anger. 
Chol'e-ra, it. Mai kolera. 
€liol'e-ra-mor'bus, n. Nahu o ka opu 

me ka hi a me ka luai pu. 
Chdl'er-ie, adj. Hikiwawe i ka huhu. 

Syn. passionate. 
Choose, v. E koho; e wae. 
Chooser, n. Mea koho. 




Chop, v. 1. E kaka. Chop up firewood, 
e kaka wahie. 

2. E kua. Chop down a tree, e kua i ka 
laau; e oki i ka laau. 

3. E okiokl. Chop in pieces, e okioki 

Chop, n. Apana i-o, mea koala. 
Chop'sea, n. Kai kupikipiki-o'; kai 

Cho'ral, adj. Pili i ka alia mele. 
Chore, n. Wahi liana iki. Chores, na 

hana liilii. 
Chor'is-ter, n. Ke alakai o ka papa hi- 

Cho'rus, n. Leo hui. 
Christ, n. Kristo; Ka Mesia. 
Christ'en, v. E haawi inoa., a bapetizo. 
Chris'ten-doni, n. Na aupuni kristi- 

Chris'ten-in^:, n. Ka "bapetizo ana. 
Christian, adj. Ano kristiano. Chris- 
tian name, inoa kristiano. 
Cliris'tian, n. Haumana na Kristo. 
Christ-ian'i-ty, n. Ka hoomana kris- 
Christ'ian-Ize, v. E hoohaumana na 

Chrlst'-like, adj. Like me Kristo. 
Christ'mas, n. La hoornanao no ko 

Kristo hanau ana. 
Chro-mat'ie, adj. 1. E pili ana i na 

wai hooluu. 

2. no ka pa-ko-li. 
Chronic, adj. Kuluma. Chronic dis- 
ease, mai kuluma. 
Chrdn'I-el e, n. Moolelo o ke Aupuni a 

Lahui paha. Syn. history. 
Chro-noFo-gist, n. He kanaka imi i 

na helu manawa o na wa i liala. 
Chrdn'o-ldg'id-al, adj. Pili ina helu 

Chro-iidl'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana no 

na manawa i hala, me na hana, me ka 

poe o ia manawa. 
Chro-nom'e-ter, n. He wati holo po- 

lolei loa; wati hooholo moku. 
Chub'by, adj. Poupou; nepunepu. 
Chiiek'le, v. E aka iki iloko iho. 
Chunk, n. He apana manoanoa. 
Church, n. 1. Hale halawai; hale 


2. Ekalesia. 

3 V He aoao hoomana. 
Churcli'man, n. Kahuna pule o ka 

ekalesia Enelani. 
Church-war'den, n. Puuku iloko o 

ka ekalesi a Enelani. 
Church'-yard, n. Pa hale pule. 
Churl, n. Kanaka nainai; nunuha. 
ChurPish, adj. Nainai; hoonunuha. 
Churn, n. Pahu kui waiu bata. 
Chyle, (kil), n. Ka wai o ke chyme. 
Chyme, (kim), n. Ka ai mahope o ka 

hoowaleia'na iloko o ka opu. 
CJI'der, %. Wai o ka hua apala. 
Ci-gar', n. Ki-ka' ; owili baka. 
CJIin'e-ter, n. Pahi kaua pokole. 

Coict'ure, n. Kaula apo; kaei. Syn. 

belt; girth. 
Cin'der, n. Pula nanahu. 
Cin'na-mon, n. Kinamona; laau ala. 
Ch'pher, n. 1. Ka hua helu 0; he ole. 
"2. Kakaulima huna. 
Ci'pher, v. E kakau helu; e hana ma 
" na helu. 
Circle, n. 1. Poai poepoe. 

2. He poe. Circle of friends t poe maka- 

Circle, v. E poai apuni; e kaapuni. 
(jir'eult, n. He kaapuni. Circuit of 
" Hawaii, ke kaapuni ana i Hawaii. Cir- 
cuit Court, Aha kaapuni. 
CJir-eu'i-tous, adj. Ma ke ano kaapuni; 

Cir'cn-lar, adj. Ano poai poepoe. 
Cir'eu-lar, n. He palapala hooili lau- 

Cir'eu-late, v. 1. Ē laha. The blood 

circulates through the body, laha ke koko 

a puni ke kino. 

2. E holo kaapuni. 

3. Circulating medium, ke dala I laha. 
Cir'en-la'tioii, n. Ka laha ana. Circu- 
"lation of blood, ke kahe ana o ke koko 

iloko o na aa. 
Cir'cum-am/bi-ent, adj. Lewa ana a 

£ir'€um-ām'bu-lāte, v. E poai a puni 

ma ka hele wawae. 
CJir'cum-cise, v. E oki poepoe. 
€ir--eum'fēr-en<?e, n. Ke ana puni. 
C;ir'«uiD.~lo-€u'tion, n. Kamailio kua- 

C|ir'«uxn-xiāv'i-g:āte» v. E kaapuni ma 

ka holo moku. 
Cir'eum-uav'i-gTa'tioii, n. Ke kaapuni 
"ana ma ka moku. 

CJIr'cura-xiav'i-gra-tor, n. Kanaka ho- 
lo moku apuni ka hoima. 
C!ir'€um-po'lar, adj. A puni na welau 

o ka honua. 
Cir'cum- scribe, v. E hoohaiki; e kau 

palena a puni. Syn. limit. 
Cir'<sum-spē€t, adj. Kuoo; kiai. Syn. 

CJIr'eum-speefc'ly, adv. Me ke akahe- 
""le; me ka noonoo. Syn. watchfully; 

(/ir'eum- stance, n. Mea. 
Cir^cum-venf, v. E hoohalua; e hoo- 
"* punipuni. Syn. to deceive. 
C/ir'eus, n. Keaka lio. 
CJis-al'pme, adj. Ma ka hema'ku o na 
"' mauna Alepe. 
Cis'tern, n. Lua wai pao ia, 
Cit'a-del, n. He pa kaua o ke kulana- 
Ch™ta'tion, n. 1. He palapala kii. 

2. He olelo i unuhiia noloko mai o ke- 

kahi olelo. Syn. quotation. 
CJite, v. 1, E kena e hele kino mai. 

Syn. summons. 

2. E unuhi olelo. Syn. quote. 
Cit' i-zen, n, Makaainana; kupa o ka 





Qitfi-zen-ship» n. Kulana makaainana, 
<git'ron, n. Lemona nui. 
Cjitfy, n. Kulanakauhale nui. 
Cjiv'il, adj. 1. Pili i na pono makaaina- 
"na; kiwila. Civil law, kanawai kiwila. 

2. Ano oluolu; ano keonimana. 
Qi-vU'ian, n. He makaainana pili ole i 
** ka oihana koa. 

C/i-rlFi-ty, n. Ke ano oluolu. Syn. po- 
liteness; courtesy. 

CJIv'il-i-za'tion, n. Ke ano naauao o 
""ka noho ana. 

CJiv'il-lze, v. E hoonaauao i ka poe na- 

Civ'il-xzed, adj. Hoonaauaoia. 
Clv^il-ly, adv. Me ka oluolu. 
€lad, p. p. Hooaahuia; kaMkoia. 
Claima, v. E koi. 
Claim, n. He kuleana. 
Claim'ant, n. 1. Mea nana ke kuleana. 

2. Mea e koi ana. 
Clam, n. He ano opai. 
Clam'ber, v. E pii kokolo aku. 
Clam'my, adj. Koo'u;pipili; olikalika. 
Clam'or, n. ITwa nui. 
Clam'or-oiis, adj. Walaau nui; waha- 

kole; wahapaa. 
Clamp, n. He hao upiki. 
Clan, n. Ka ohana holookoa mai na ku- 

puna a i na mamo. Syn. tribe. 
Clan-des'tlne, adj. Malu'; hunaia. 

Clandestine correspondence, kakau leta 

Clang, v, E kanike'. Syn. ring. 
Clang' or, n. Ke kanikani o na mea me- 

tala ke kui kahi i kekahi. 
Clank, n. Nakeke; leokani. 
Clap, v. 1. E pai. Clap hands, e pai lima. 

2. Clap of thunder, he kui hekili. 
Clap'board (klab'burd), n. Papa ke- 

Clap'per, n. 1. He mea kui. 

2. Clapper of bell, or tongue of bell, haku 

o ka bele. 
Clap'trap, n. Hana hooakamai wale 
Cla/ret, n. He waina o Farani. 
Clar'i-fi-ca/tion, n. Ka hoomaemae ana 

i namea wai; ka hooaiai ana. 
Clar'i-fy, v. E hoomaemae; hooaiai. 
Clar-'i-net» J „ He one puhi, ano like 
Clar'i-o-net/J meka^iie. 

Clash, v. 1. E hookui me ka nakeke. 

2. Ku-e' kekahi i kekahi. Interests 

clash, ku-e' kekahi pono i kekahi pono. 
Clasb/ing, n. 1. Ke kui ana. Clashing 

of arms, ke kui ana o na mea kaua. 

2. Ke ku-e' ana The clashing of inter- 
ests, ke ku-e' ana iwaena o na pono. 
Clasp, n. E apo. The clasp of the hand, 

ke apo ana o ka lima. 
Clasp, v. 1. E apo. Clasp hands, e apo 


2. E puliki. Syn. embrace. 
Clasp'knlfe, n. Pahi pelu. 
Class, n. He papa; he kulana; na mea 

a pau o ke ano hookahi. 
Clas'si-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka hoonoho ana 
ma na papa; na ano; na kulana. 

Clas'si-fy, v. E hoonohonoho papa; 
hoonohonoho ano; hoonoho kulana. 

Class'mate, n. Hoa papa kula. 

Clatter, n. 1. He nakulukulu. Clat- 
ter of rain drops, ka nakulukulu o na 
paka u-a. 

2. Kamumu. Clatter of shoes, ke kamu- 
mu o na kamaa. 

Clat'ter-ing, n. 1. Ka nakulukulu ana; 
ke kamumu ana. 

Clause, n. 1* He pauku olelo. Syn. par- 
2. He mamala o ka hopuna olelo okoa. 

Claw, n. Maiuu; maiao. 

Clay, n. Lepo palolo. 

Clean, v. 1. E hoomaemae. 
2. E kaheu. Clean out weeds. 

Clean, adj. Maemae. 

Clean'li-ness, n. Ka maemae; ke au- 

Cleanse, v. E huikala; hoomaemae. 

Cleans/er, n. Ka mea e hoomaemae ana. 

Clear, adj. 1. Moakaka; maopopo. 

2. Huaka; aiai. Clear water, wai hu- 

3. Laelae. A clear day, he la laelae. 

4. Kalae. A clear atmosphere, he ea kalae 
Clear, v. 1. E hoopakele; e hookuu. To 

clear a prisoner, e hookuu i ka paahao. 
2. E wehe. To clear up a difficulty, e 
wehe i ka hihia. 

2. The weather begins to clear, ke hoo- 
maka mai nei ka malie. 

4. Clear out a house, e hookaawale i ka 

5. Clear out! e hele pela! 
Clear'ance, n. He palapala hookuu mo- 

ku e holo, i haawiiae ka luna dute. 
Clearing, n. 1. Ka hookuu ana; ka 

wehe ana. 

2. He kipuka; aina i hoomakaukauia 

no ke kanu. 
Clear'ly, adv. Me ka maopopo; me ka 

Clear-slglxt'ed, adj. Ike moakaka. 
Cleat, n. He pine laau hoopaa kaula. 
Cleave, v. 1. E pili paa aku. 

2. E pipili paa. 

3. E kaka'; e wawahi me ke koi. Syn. 

Cleav'er, n. Pahi nui oki bipi. 
Clef, n. He hoailona no ka leo mele. 
Cleft, n. Heowa'; hemauae. 
Clera/en-cy, n. Ke ahonui; ke aloha; 

ka oluolu. Syn. mildness ; tenderness ; 

Clem'ent, ad/. Oluolu; ahonui. Syn. 

mild; gentle. 
Cler'gy, n. Na kahuna pule. 
Cler'gy-man, n. He kahuna pule. 
Cler'i-eal, adj. 1. E pili ana i ka oi- 
nana kahuna pule. 

2. Pili i ka oinana kakau olelo, a ku- 

Clerk, n, 1. Kakauolelo. Syn. secretary. 

2. Hekupakako. Syn. salesman. 
Clerk'skip, n. Oihana kakauolelo; oi- 

hana kupakako. 




Clev'er, adj. Loea; akamai ; noeau. Syn. 

skillful; Ingenious. 
dlev'is, n. Ka hao ma ke poo o ka laau 

kolo o ke kaa, a oopalau paha. 
Clew, n. 1. Ke kihi o ka pea. 

2. He mooa. Syn. trace. 
Cli'ent, n, Kb, mea i lioolimalima i ka 

loio; ko ka loio mua. 
Cliff, n. He pali. Syn. precipice. 
Climate, n. Ke kau o kauwahi. 
CM'max, n. Ka piinana a hiki i ka nui 

Climb, v. E pii iluna, me jsa luhi. 
CllmlVer, n. 1. Ka mea e pii ana. 

2. Mea ulu liihi. 
€lime, n. Aina. Every clime, na aina a 

Clinch, v. 1. E puili aku ma ke ano 


2. E pelu a paa ke kui iloko o kekahi 

Cling, v. Syn. cleave. 
Clink» n. Ke kani nakeke o na mea me- 

Clmk'er, n. Ke aa pele. 
Clip, v. E oki me ka upa'; e oki pokole. 
CHp'per, n. He moku holo loa. 
Clip'pmg, n. Ka mea i okiia me ka 

Cloak, n. He kapa uhi; he koloka. 
Cloak, v. E uhi; e huna'. 
Clock, n. Wati nui. 
Clock'work, n. Na huila o ka wati. 
Clod, n. Puu lepo. 
Clod'hop-per, n. Kanaka lomaloma» 

hemahema; lie kaikua.. 
Clog, n. 1. Mea keakea. Syn. hindrance. 

2. Kamaalaau; kamaa kaumaha. 
Close, v. 1. E pani. Close the door, e 

pani ka puka. 

2. E hooki; e hoopau. Close a speech, 
e hooki i ka haiolelo. 

3. E poi. Close a book, e poi i ka buke. 

4. E hooholo. To close with an offer, e 
hooholo i ka olelo, a liana paha. 

Close, adj. 1. Pi; alunu. Syn. stingy. 

2. Ane like. A close vote, he koho ane 

3. Paa; komo ole ke ea. 

4. Ikiiki. Syn. sultry. A close, hot day, 
he la ikiiki. 

Close-f ist'ed, adj. Limaaua; pi; mau-a. 

Syn. close. 
Closely, adv. Kokoke loa. 
Clos/et, n. Keena liilii. 
Clos/ingr, n. Ka pan ana. Closing of 

school, ka pau ana o ke kula. 

2. Ka pani ana. 

3. Ka poi ana, etc. 
Cloth, n. Lole. 

Clothe, v. E hookomolole; e hooaahu. 

Syn. dress. 
Clothes, n. Lole komo; kapa komo; 

aahu. Syn. garments. 
Clothier, n. Kanaka kuai lole ; kanaka 

hana lole. 
Cloth'ing, n. Lole komo; aahu. 

Cloud, n. He ao. 

Cloud, v. E hoopouli i na ao; e hooma- 

Cloud'eap't, adj. TJhiia i na ao. 
Cloud'less, adj. Olino; molaelae. 
Cloud'y, adj. Malumalu. A cloudy day, 

he la malumalu. 
Clo'ven-fdftt'ed ) -. Wawae holoho- 
Clo'ven-hoofed,} ■'" lonaimaheleia 
Clown, n. He kuaaina; kanaka hehcna. 
Clown'ish, adj. Kuaaina; ano kama- 

Cloy, v. E ai a liliha; e kena. 
Club, n. He newa. 

Club'-f<J6t'ed, adj. Wawae muummi. 
Cluck, v. E ko-u'ko-u'. 
Clump, n. He mau laau e ulu pu ana. 
Clum'sy, adj. Hemahema; hawawa. 

Syn. awkward. 
Clus'ter, n. Hehuhui. 
Clutch, v. E apo me ka maiuu. 
Clut'ter, n. Huikau; mea waiho wale 

Coach, n. He kaa lio nui i uhiia. 
Coach/man, n. Kanaka hookele kaa 

Co'ad-ju'tor, n. Hoa hana. 
Cō-āg'ū-lāte, v. E hoolilo kameawai 

i mea paa. 
Coal, n. Nanahu; lanahu. 
Co'a-lesce', v. E hui na kino okoa a li- 

lo i kino hookahi. Salt and water will 

coalesce, e lilo ana ka paakai me ka wai 

i kino hookahi ke hui laua. 
Co'a-11'tion, n. 1. Ka hui ana. The 

coalition of nations, ka hui ana o na au- 


2. Ka hui ana o na mana. The coali- 
tion of forces keeps the world in motion, 

o ka hui'na o na mana ka mea e kakaa 

ai ka honua. 
€oal'mme| Lua eli nanahu. 
Coal'pit ) * Lua puhi nanahu. 
Coarse, adj. Manoanoa; pakapaka. 

2. Ano mahaoi; kamaniha; pawaa*, 

Coast, n. Kahakai. 
Coast, v. 1. E holo pill aina. 

2. E hee hoolua maluna o ka hau, 
Coast'er, n. Moku holo pili aina. ■ 
Coat, n. 1. He ku'ka. 

2. A coat of paint, hookahi hamo ana 

i ka pena. * 

2. Coat of arms, hehoailonano ke ku- 

lana o ke kanaka. 
Coat'ing, n. Hamo ana. A coating of 

paint, ka hamo ana i ka pena. 
Coax, v. E hoomalimali; e koi. 
Coax'er, n. Ka mea koi ikaika me ka 

Cob, n. 1. Iwi kurina. 

2. He wahi lio. 
Cob'ble, v. E kapilihou i na kamaa ka- 

Cob'bler, n. Kanaka humuhumu kamaa 

Cob'ble- stone, n. Pohaku iliili. 
Cofa'web. n, Punawelewele. 




€o«kj n. Moa kane. 

Coek, v. E hoomakaukau e ki pu. 

Co«k-ad©', n. He hipuu lipine no ka 

€ock'f Igiit, ^. He hakaka iwaena o na 

moa kane. 
Coek'pit, n. 1, Wahi e hoohakaka i na 
moa kane. 

2. Luamalaloo ka oneki o ka moku 
manuwa, kahi e lapaau ai i ka poe i eha 
i ka hoouka. 
Coek'roacli, n. Elelu'. 
€oek'swain (kok-sn) n. Luna waapa 

ma na moku manuwa'. 
€6'€oa, n. Kumu niu. 
Co'eoa-mat, n. Hua niu. 
Co-coon', n, Popo kilika a ka enuhe ki- 

lika i hana ai. 
Code, n, Buke kanawai. Penal Code, 
Buke Kanawai Karaima. Civil Code, 
Buke Kanawai Kivila. 
Cod'ger, n. Kanaka alunu; pi; kanaka 

Cod'i-cil n, Olelo pakui i ka palapala 

Cod'i-fi-ea'tion, n. Ka hoonohonoho 
pono ana i na kanawai iloko o ka "buke. 
Cod'i-fy, v, E hoonohonoho i na kana- 
wai iloko o ka buke. 
■God'dle, v. E hoomilimili. 
Co-ef-fi'eient, n. He kuaniti hana, ma 

ka hoailona helu. 
Co-e'qual, adj. Like; like-a-like. 
Co-erce', v. E kaohi. Syn. compel. 
Co-er>cion, n. Ke kaohi ana. Syn. 

Co-e'val, adj. Ola like; like na maka- 

Co'ex-ist', v. E ola pu. 
Co'ex-ist'ence, n. Ke ola pu ana. 
Cō'ex-tend',~i\ Hoolaulaha like. 
Co'ex-ten'sive, adj. Laulaha like. 
Cof fee, n. He kofe; laau kofe. 
Coffee-house, n. Hale inu kofe. 
Cof fee-mill, n. He will kofe. 
Coffee-pot, n. Ipu kofe. 
Coffer, n. Pahu waiho dala. 
Coffin, n. Pahu kupapau. 
Cog-, n. Ka niho o ka huila nihoniho. 
€o'gen-cy, ?i. Ka mana; kaikaika; ka 

mana kaohi. Syn. power; might. 
Co'gent, adj. Mana; ikaika. Syn. pow- 
Cog'i-tate, i). E nalu; e noonoo nui. 
Cog'i-ta/tion, n. Ka nalu ana; ka noo- 
noo nui ana. 
Cog'nate, adj. Pili ma ka hanauna; pi- 

li koko. 
€og'ni-zance 9 n. Ike. Syn. knowledge; 

Cog'- wheel, n. Pokakaa nihoniho. 
Co-liab'it» v. E noho pu he kane he wa- 

Co-liafo'i-ta/tion, n. Ka noho pu ana 

ma ke ano kane a wahine. 
Co-liere', v. E pili pu. Syn. adhere. 
Co-he'sion, n. Ka pili pu ana, 
Co-lxe'sive, adj. Pili pu. 

Coll, v. E owili; hoolapuu'. 

Coil, n. He owili. 

Coin, n. Dala paa. 

Coin, v. E hana i ke dala paa. 

Coin'age, n. 1. Ka pai ana i ke dala 


2. Kela me keia ano dala paa. 
Co'in-^ide', v. 1. E manao like. 

2. E kulike. Our thoughts coincide, ku- 

like na manao o kaua. 
Co-in'ci-dence, n. Ke ko like ana o na 

mea elua kaawale, i ka wa hookahi. 
Coin'er, n. Mea pai dala paa. 
Col'an-der, n. Ipu tini pukapuka. 
Cold, adj. 1. Anuanu; huihui. A cold 

day, he la anuanu. 

2. Nanau. Syn. distant. 
Cold, n. He anu; haukeke; huihui. 
Cold'ly, adv. Naau puanuanu. 
Col'ie, n. Nahu o ka opu. 
Col-lapse', v. E opaha pu. 
CoFlar, n. A-i kala; a-i ku. 
Col-late', v. E hooiliili a hoonohonoho 

i na ike e pili ana i kekahi mea. 
Col-lat'er-al, adj. 1. Collateral security, 

waiwai i hoopaaia ma ke ano moraki, 

2. Pili iki aole nae pili pono loa. Syn. 

Col-la'tion, n. 1. Ka hooiliili ana i na 

ike e pili ana i kekahi mea. 

2. He wahi pai'na. 
Col'league, n. He kokoolua ma ka oi- 

Col-leet', v. 1. E hooakoakoa; hooa- 

hu; hoopuupuu. 

2. Carefully collect small things, e noii; 
e nowelo. 

3. To collect one's thoughts, e noii i ka 

Col-leet'ed, adj. Pihoihoi ole. Syn. 

cool; composed. 
Col-lee'tion, n. 1. Ka hooahu ana; 

ka hooiliili ana. 

2. He ahua. 
Col-leet'ive-ly, adv. Ma ka huina. 
Col-leet'or, n. 1. Mea nana e ohi. Col- 

lector of curios, mea nana e ohi i na mea 


2. Luna ohi. Collector of Taxes, Luna 

ohi Dala Auhau. Collector of Customs, 

Luna ohi Dute. Collector General of Cus- 
toms, Luna Dute Nui. 
Col-le«t'or-sliip, n. Oihana Luna ohi 
Col'lege, n. Kula nui, 
Col-le'gi-ate, adj. Pili ana i ke kula 

nui. Collegiate education, ka hoonaau- 

ao ana o ke kula nui. 
C61Pier, n. 1. Kanaka eli nanahu. 

2. Moku hooili nanahu. 
Coll'ier-y, n. Lua eli nanahu. Syn. 

coal mine. 
Col-15/sion, n. Ka hookui ana o kekahi 

mea i kekahi mea. Collision of ships 

ka hookui ana o na moku. 
Col-lo'qui-al, adj. Pili i ke kamaka- 

mailio. Syn. conversational. 
CoPlo-qtiy, n. He kamakamailio; he 

olelo ki-ke'. Syn, dialogue. 



dol-lu/sion, n. Ke kokua malu' ana i 

kekahi hana kolohe. 
Colon, n. Kiko kolona ( : ). 
CoFo-nel (ker'nel), n. Ke poo o ka 

regimana koa. 

•C/ol'o-nel-cy (ker'nel-syj, n. Ka oi- 
hana o "kevolonel. 

Co-lo'nl-al, adj. Pili i na panalaau. 

CoFo-nist, n. Kamaaina o ka panalaau. 

CoFo-ni-za'tion, n. Ka liookumu ana 
i ka panalaau. 

CoFo-nize, v. E kukulu i panalaau. 

Col-on-ade', n. Lalani kia lanai. 

CoFo-ny, to. He panalaau ; he poe i haa- 
lele i ko iakou one hanau e noho loa 
ma ka aina e. 

CoFor, n. He wax hooluu; lie hooluu. 

CoFor-less, adj. Aial; molale; hooluu 

CoFors, n. pi. He hae; lepa. Syn. flag; 
ensign; banner. 

Co-los'sal, adj. Nunui loa. Syn. gi- 

Colt, n. Lio keiki ; Ho opiopio. 

CoFter, n. Ka pahi o ka oo palau. 

Coltlsli, adj. Ano like me ka lio keiki. 

CoFnmn, n. 1. He lalani ; he kolamu. 
2. He kia nui no ka lanai, a hale paha. 
Syn. pillar. 

Coinfo, n. Kahi lauoho. 

Com/bat, n. Hoouka kaua; hakaka'. 
Syn. battle; fight. 

Coin'bat-ant, n. Ka mea hakaka'; mea 
hoouka kaua. 

€om'bat-ive, adj. Hikiwawe i ka ha- 
kaka'; hakaka' koke. 

€omb'er,w. Kainalu nui. 

Coin/bi-na'tion, n. Ka hui ana. 

€om-"bine', v. Ehuipu; hoohui. Com- 
bine together (for a purpose), e alu pu. 

Com-bus'ti-ble, adj. A i ke ahi. 

Com-bixs'ti-ble, n. He mea a wale i ke 

Com-biis'tion, n. Ka a ana i ke ahi. 
Syn. burning. 

Come, v. E hele mal; e hookokoke. 

€o-me'di-an, n. Kanaka keaka lealea, 

€dm'e-dy, n. Olelo ki-ke' lealea. 

Come'li-ness, n. Ka nani; ka maikai o 
ke kino. 

Conie'ly, adjJ 1. Onaona; upalu; au- 
lii; puloku. 
2. Kupono. Syn. suitable. 

€oua'et, n. Hoku welowelo. 

Cdm'fort, v. E hooluolu; e hoona'na'. 

Com/fort, ii. Ka oluolu o ka noho ana; 
ka maha mai ka eha. 

Com'fort-a-ble, adj. 1. Oluolu; maha. 
2. Comfortable after eating ', luheana. 

Com/fort-er, n. Mea nana e hooluolu. 

Com'fort-less, adj. Maha ole; oluolu 
ole; pilikia ka noho ana. 

Com'ic, adj. Hoakaaka. 

Coui'ie-al, adj. Lealea; ku i ka aka- 

Cdm/ing, n. Ka hiki ana mai 

Com'ingf, adj. E hiki mai ana. The com- 
ing week, ka hebedoma e hiki mai ana. 

Com'i-ty, n. Ka launa o ka noho ana. 
Syn. friendship. 

Com'ma, n. Ke koma ( , ). 

€om-mānd', n. He kauoha. 

€om-mand'er, n. Ka mea nana e kau- 
oha; healihikaua. 

Com-mand'iiig, adj. 1. Hanohano. A 
man of commanding presence, he kanaka 
2. Kupono ke kauoha'ku. 

Coin-mand'ment, n. Kauoha paa; ka- 
nawai. Syn. law. 

Com-mem'o-rate, v. E hana hooma- 
nao. Syn. celebrate. 

€om-mem'o-ra'tion, n. Ka hana hoo- 
manao. Syn. celebration. 

€om-mem'o-ra-tive, adj. No ka hoo- 
manao ana. Syn. in remembrance of 

€om-mence', v. E hoomaka; ehooku- 
mu. Syn. begin. 

€om-mence'ment, n. Ka hookumu 
ana; ka hoomaka ana. Syn. begin- 
ning. Commencement day, la i haawiia 
na palapala apono ma ke Kula Nui, 

Com-mend', v. E apono; e mahalo. 
Syn. approve; praise. 

Coni-mend/a-ble, adj. Ku i ka maha- 
loia; ku i ka aponoia. Syn. praise- 

Cdm'men-da'tion, n. Ka mahalo; ka 
apono ana. Syn. approval. 

€om-mēn'su-rāte, adj. Like; ana like; 
ku like. Syn. proportional. 

Com'ment, v. E olelo wehewehe. 

€am'men-ta'ry, n. Buke wehewehe 

Com'men-ta'tor, n. He mea wehewe- 
he olelo. 

Coin'mcrce, n. Oihana kalepa. Syn. 
trade; traffic. 

Com-mer'cial, adj. Pili i ka oihana 

Com-ming'le, v. E hui pu; e kawilx 
pu. SYN.jnix. 

€dm'mi-nu'ted, adj. Moka. Syn. brok- 
en fine. 

Com-mīs'er-āte, v. E menemene. Syn. 
pity; sympathise. 

€om-mis'er-a'ticn, n. Ke aloha me- 
nemene. Syn. sympathy; pity; com- 

€6m'mis-sa-ry, n. Ka luna nana ka 
oihana hoolako ai, me na pono e ae, no 
na koa. Commissary department, ka oi- 
hana hoolako i na pono e ola ai na koa. 

Com-mxs'sion, n. 1. Palapala hooko- 
ho no ka oihana. 
2. TJku no ke kuai ana i ka waiwai. 

€om-mis'sion, v. 1. E hookoho. 
2. E haawi i kamana; e hooili mana. 
Syn. authorize; empower. 

Gom-inis'sion-er, n. 1. He elele au- 
puni; komisina. 
2. He Luna Aupuni. 




Gom-mit', v. 1. E hana. Syn. do; 
perform. Commit a crime, e hana i ke 

% E hooili. Syn. send. Commit to 
prison, e hooili i ka hale paahao. 

3. E waiho; Commit to one's care, e 
waiho malalo o ka malu o mea. 

4. E hoopaa. To commit to memory, 
e hoopaa naau. 

€om-m£f ment» n, 1. Palapala hoo- 

2. Ka hana ana; ke ko ana. 

3. Waiho ana'ku. The commitment of 
the cause to the jury, ka waiho ana'ku o 
ka hihia imua o ke jury. 

€om-mit/tee, n. He komite. A stand- 
ing committee, he komite mau. A select 
committee, he komite wae. Committee 
of the whole, komite o ka Hale. A joint 
committee, he komite kuka'. 

€om-mo'di-oiis» adj. Akea; oluolu i 
ka noho ana. A commodious house, he 
hale akea. 

€om-m6d'i-ty, n. He mea Hilii kuai. 

Com'mo-clore, n, Luna nui o kekahi 
au moku. 

Com'mon, adj. 1. Pili like. Common 
divisor, helu komo pili like. Common 
good, pono pili like. 

2. Laulaha. A common report, he olelo 
laulaha; mea i wawa wale ia. 

3. A common sight, he mea i ike mau 
ia. A common man, he kanaka no ka 
lehulehu. Common school, kula maoli. 
Common sense, noonoo. 

Com'mon-ly, adv. Mea mau. Com- 
monly known, mea ike mau ia. Com- 
monly reported, lono akea ia. 

•Gom/mon-place, adj. Maa. Common- 
place remark, olelo maa. 

CJoin'mon-wealtli, n. Ke Aupuni. 

€!oin.-mo'tion, n. He nauwewe. 

Com-mune', v. E kamailio pu; e ku- 
ka' pu._ 

€oj2i-mu'iii-€ant, n. Hoahanau; mea 
ai i ka ahaaina a ka Haku. 

€om-mu'mi-ty, n. 1. He poe e noho 
ana ma kauwahi. The Hawaiian com- 
munity, ka poe Hawaii. Living in the 
community, e noho ana mawaena o ke- 
kahi poe. 

2. Community of interest, he pono pili 
like i kekahi poe. 

Com'mu-ta'tion, n. Kalolipanai ana. 
Commutation of punishment, ka loli ana 
o ka hoopai i hoopai e ae. 

€om~mute', v. E hoololi. To commute 
a punishment, e hoololi i ka hoopai, i 
hoopai e ae. 

Com-pact', adj. Paa; paapu. 

•eoui'pact, n. He olelo ae like. Syn. 

€ora-pāii'ion, n. He hoa. Syn. com- 
rade; mate. 

Com-pan'ion-a-Me, adj. Oluolu; lau- 
na; kupono i hoa. Syn. sociable. 

Com'pa-ny, n. 1. He mau hoa. 
2. He mau ohua, I have company at 

my house, he mau ohua ko'u ma ka 

3. He hui; he ahahui. 

4. Hepuali. A great company, hepuali 

€Jom'par-a-Me, adj. Hiki ke hoohali- 

Cfom-par'a-tlve, adj. 1. Ma ka hoo- 


2. Iki. Comparative comfort, he oluolu 

■Com-pare', v. E hoohalike. 
€om-par'i-son, n. Ka hoohalike ana. 
€om-part/ment, n. He mahele. 
€6m'pass, n. 1. He panana. A ship's 

compass, he panana hooholo moku. 

2. Surveyor's compass, panana ana aina. 

3. He kaapuni. Fetch a compass, e holo 

€J6m'pass, v. 1. E kaapuni; e hoopu- 

ni. Syn. surround. 

2. E loaa. Syn. obtain; bring about. 

To compass a design, e loaa i ka make 

make. Eko i ka makemake. 
■Coni-pas'sioii, n* adj. Aloha mene- 

mene. Syn. sympathy; fellow-feeling. 
€om-pās'sion-ate, adj. Aloha. Syn. 

€om-pat'i-ble, adj. Kupono. Syn. 

€om-pat'ri-ot, n. Hoa makee aupuni. 
€om-pel', v. E kaohi. Syn. oblige; 

€om-pēn'di-Tim, %. He olelo i hoopo- 

koleia. Syn. abridgement. 
€om'pen-sate, v. 1. E pani i ka po- 

ho. Syn. recompense. 

2. E ukn. _ Syn. remunerate. 
Com'pen-sa'tion, n. Kaukuana. Syn. 

recompense; remuneration. 
Com-pete', v. E paio pu no ka lana- 

€6m'pe-tence ) Ka lawa pono o 
•Cons/pe-ten-cyl * kaloaa. 
€!o;m/pe«tent7 adj. Kupono; makau- 

kau. A competent man, he kanaka ma- 

€dm'pe-ti'tion, n. Ka paio ana no ka 

lanakila. Syn. emulation. 
-Com-pet'i-tor, n. Hoa paio. 
■Gom-pet/i-tlve, adj. No ka paio lana- 
kila. A competitive examination he ho- 

ikepaio no ka lanakila. 
Oonrpi-la'tion, 11. He buke i kakauia 

ma ka wae ana. 
€ora-pīle', v. E hoomakaukau i buke 

ma ka wae ana. 
€om-plā'cent, adj. Maliu; oluolu. 
€om-plain', v. E ohumu; e hai mau i 

ka pilikia. 
■Coin-plaint', n. 1. Leo ohumu. 

2. He mai, Syn. sickness; disease. 

3. He kumu hoopii. To entertain a 
complaint, e waiho aku i kumu hoopii. 

€!oiii-pl a iu/ant, n. Mea hoopii. Syn. 

€oin'plai-sant, adj. Oluolu; laulea. 




Cdm'ple-ment, n. Ka piha pono ana. 

Complement of an angle, ka huinapiha 
o ka huina kupono. 

Com-plete', adj. Pau pono ; piha pono. 
ko pono ia. Complete divisor, heluko- 
mo piha pono. Syn. whole. 

Com-plete', v. E hooko pono; e paa 
pono. The work is completed, ua hoo- 
ko pono ia ka liana. Syn. accom- 
plish; fulfill. 

Com-plete'ly, adv. Pau loa; loa. Com- 
pletely exhausted, naenae loa. Complete- 
ly at a loss, maopopo ole loa. 

Com-ple'tion, n, Ke ko ana; Ka pau 
pono ana. Syn. fulfillment; accom- 

Com-plex', adj. 1. Pohihihi. 
2. Complex fraction, hakina huikau. 

Com-plex'ion, n. Ka hooluu ana o ka 
ili 0' ke kino kanaka. Light complex- 
ion, ill keokeo. Bark complexion, hauli- 

Com-pll'&nt, adj. Ae wale aku; kua- 

Com'pli-eate, v. Ehoohihia; hoohui- 
kau; hoopohihihi. 

Com-pli-ea'tiom, n. Ka hoohuikau 
ana; ka hoopohihihi ana. 

Com/pll-inent, v. E olelo hoomalima- 
li; e olelo mahalo. 

Coin 'pli-men'ta-ry, adj. Anohoomali- 
mali; ano mahalo. 

Com-ply', v. E ae aku i ka hai make- 
make, a kauoha paha. Syn. assent. I 
comply with your wishes, ke ae nei au i 
kou makemake. 

Com-po'nent, n. He hapa o ka mea 

Corn-pose', v. 1. E kakau; e haku 
To compose a song, e haku i mele. 

2. E hoomaaliii ; hoomalielie. 

3. E kaawili; e hoohui. 

4. E kukulu i na kepau hua palapala 
no ke pal ana. 

Com-pos/ed-ly, adv. Makaukau; pi- 

hoihoi ōle. 
€om-pos'er, n. Mea haku mele, me 

na mea e ae. 
Com'po-sl'tion, n. L He manao i 

kakau ia, 
Coin-pos/I-toy, n. Mea hoonohonoho 

i na nua kepau no ka pai palapala. 
Cdm'poimd, n. Hekmohui. 
Com-pomid', v. 1. E hoohui i na mea 

okoa a lilo i kino hookahi. 

2. E kaawili pu. Compound a prepara- 
tion,® kaawili pu i ka laau lapaau. 

3. Compound a felony, e kala i ke ka- 
raima me ka hoopai ole o ke kanawai, 
no ka pono e loaa mai ana. 

■Com'pouxid, adj. Ano hui. Compound 
fraction, hakina ano hui. 

Com'pre-liend', v. E hoomaopopo. 
Syn. understand. 

Cdm'pre-lien/sion, n. Ka hoomaopo- 
po ana. Syn. understanding. 

Com'pre-b.ēn'sive,cw2J. Laulaha; akea. 
Syn. extensive. 

Corn-press', v. E kaomi iho. 
Com-press'i-biFi-ty, ». Ke ano MM 

ke kaomiia. 
Cona-pres'sion, n. Ke kaomi ana. 
€om-pnse', v. E hui. Syn. include; 

consist of. The school comprises boys 

and girls. m E hui ana nakeikikanea 

me na kaikamahine ma ke kula. 
Com'pro-mise, v. E kuikahi; e hoo- 

holo ma ka ae like. 
Conip-troFler, n. Luna hooia helu. 
Com-pul'sion, n. Koina; ke kaohi 

Com-pime'tion, n. Ka hoopai ana o 

kanaau. Syn. remorse. Compunctions 

of conscience, ka hoopai ana o ka luna- 

ike hala. _ 
Coin'pu-ta'tion, n. Ka helu ana. 
€om-pute', v. E helu. 
€om-put'er, n. Mea nana e helu. 
Coia'rade, n. He hoa. Syn. companion. 
C5n'«ave, adj. Poopoo; pio. 
Com-ceaP, v. 1. E huna. Syn. hide; 

secrete. Conceal the truth, e huna i ka 


2. E pee. Conceal one's self, e pee. 
Con-ceal'ment, n. Ka huna ana. Place 

of concealment kahi i hunaia ai; kahi 

ipee ai. 
Con-cede', v. E ae i ko hai. Syn. ad- 
mit f grant; allow. 
Con-ceit', n. Lanahaakei o ka manao 

ka tiboioi; ka manao nui iaia iho. 
Con-ceit'ed, adj. Hooioi; hookela- 

kela"; akena; haanou. Syn. egotistical; 

Con-ceiv'a-ble, adj. Hiki i ka noonoo 

ke apo. 
Con-ceive', v. 1. E hapai keiki. 

2. E hooulu i ka noonoo. Syn. devise. * 

3. E hoomaopopo. Syn. understand; 
comprehend; suppose. 

Con'cen-trate, v. 1. E hooakoakoa 
makahi hookahi. Syn. combine. 
2. B kau nui aku. Concentrate your 
thoughts, e kau nui aku i kou noonoo. 

Cdn'cen-tra'tion. n. 1. Ka hooakoa- 
koa"ana ma kahi hookahi. Syn. com- 

2. Ke kau nui ana. Concentration of 
thought, ke kau nui ana o ka noonoo. 

Con-cep'tion, n. 1. Ka hapai keiki. 
2. Ka noonoo o ka naau. Syn. idea; 

S, Ka apo ana o ka naau i kcla me 
keia kumu noonoo. 

Con-cem', 13. L E pili. It does not 
concern me, aole pili ia mea ia'u, or 
aohe o'u kuleana ma ia mea. 

2. Pilihua. Syn. anxious. 

3. E komo pu. Syn. engaged in. Be 
was concerned in the difficulty, ua komo 
pu oia iloko o ka hihia. 

Con-cera', n. 1. Kuleana; pono. Syn; 

2. Oihana. Syn. "business. 

3. Pilihua o ka manao. Syn. anxiety. 




Con^ern^ing', prep. E pili ana; no; 

Syn. about; in regard to. 
•Con-cert', v. Ekuka'pu. 
Con'eert, n. 1. Alia mele. 

2. Act in concert, e pualultke maka 

hana. Syn. Act together. 
Con-ces'slon, n. 1. He palapala ae. 

2. Ka mea i ae ia. 
€oE€h (kduk), n. He pupu nui o ke 

€on-<;b.dFo-§rist, n. Kanaka imi no 

na pnpu. 
CJon-ehol'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana i 

na pupu. 
Con-cil'i-ate, v. E hoolaulea; e hoo- 

luolu. Syn. propitiation. 
Con-cil'i-a'tion., n, Ka hoolaulea ana; 

ka tfooluolu ana. 
Con-gise', adj. Pokole, io nui nae. 

SynT terse; succint. A concise state- 

ment,lo.e haina pokole i-o nui nae. 
■Con-cise'ly, adv. Me ka pokole a me 

ka i-o nui. Syn. succintly; briefly. 
€on~elude', v. 1. E hooki. Syn. close. 

To conclude a speech, e hooki i ka hai 


2. E hooholo ma ka manao. Syn. infer. 

3. E hooholo ; To conclude a treaty, e 
hooholo i ke kuikahi. 

Com-€lu'sion, n. 1. Ka hopena; pau 

ana. Syn. end. 

2. Ka mea i hooholoia; Syn. decision; 

۩n~elu'sive, adj. Lawa pono; hiki 

ole ke hoole ia. Syn. final. Conclusive 

evidence. Olelo hoike lawa pono. 
don-eoet', v. E imi; e noonoo. Syn. 

devise ; scheme ; plan. To concoct a lie, 

e imi i wahahee. 
Concord, n. Ka manao lokahi. 
Con-eord'ance, n. Buke kuhikuhi ole- 

Concourse, n. He anaina nui. 
€6n'cu-bme, n. He haiawahine. 
€on-cu'pis-cence, n. Kuko hewa. 

Syn, lust. 
Con-cur', v. E kokua i ka manao. E 

apono i ka manao. Syn. approve. 
Con-cur'rence, n. 1. Ke kokua ana; 

ka apono ana. Syn. approval. 

2. Ka halawai pu ana. Syn. union. 

3. Concurrent jurisdiction, mana like o 
ka hookolokolo. 

Con-eus'sion, n, Ke kai ana, Syn. 

Con-demn', v. E hoahewa 1 ka heopai. 

Syn. sentence. 
Con'dem-na'tion, n. Ka ahewa ana; 

ka hoopai ana. 
Con'den-sa/tion, n. Ke kaomi iho 

ana i paa. 
€fon-dense% v. E kaomi iho. 
€on-dens'er, n. He mea e kaomi ana. 
-Con'de-scend', v. E maliu mai. 
Con'de-scension, n. Ka maliu ana. 
Con-dlgn/, (kon-dm') adj. Kupono. 

Condign punishment, hoopai kupono. 

Syn, merited. 

Con'dl~m©nt, n. Inai; mea mikomiko. 
Con-dl'tion, n. 1. Ano. Condition of 

life, ano o ka noho ana. Condition of 

the house, ke ano o ka hale. Syn. state. 

2. Loina. The conditions of the problem, 

na loina o ka nanehai. 
Con-di'tion-al, adj. Mamuli o na loina. 
Con-di'tion-al-ly, adv. Mamuli o na 

na loina. 
Con-dole', v. E kaumaha pu; e uwe 

Con-dō>lera©e, n. Ke aloha menemene. 
Syn. sympathy. 

Con-duce>, v. E kokua. Syn. con- 
tributed. Industry conduces to happi- 
ness, ke kokua nei ka hooikaika i ka 

Con-du-civ©, adj. E alakai ana i ke 
ola kino; e kokua ana i ke ola kino. 

Con'duet, n, Ke ano o ka hana ana; 
ka noho ana. Syn. behavior. 

€on-du€t/, v. E alakai; Syn. lead. 

Con-diiet'or, n. 1. He alakai; Syn. 

2. A good conductor of heat, he mea paa 
pono i ka wela; mea hoolaha pono i 
ka wela. 

2. A non-conductor of heat, he mea hoo- 
laha ole i ka wela; hoomohala ole i ka 

Con'-duit (dit), n. Hehawai; ohewai: 

■Cone, n. Puuoa. 

Con-fee'-tion-er, n. Kanaka hana 
mea ono. 

ConfecZ-tion-er-y, n. Na mea ono i 
hanaia o kela me keia ano. 

Con-fed'-er-ā/-tion, n. Ke kuikahi 
ana iwaena o na aupuni, e kokua ke- 
kahi i kekahi. Syn. alliance; league. 

Con-fer', v. 1. E haawi. Syn. bestow. 
2. E kuka' pu. Syn. advise. 

Con'fer-ence, n. 1. Ke kuka' pu ana. 
2. He aha'kuka'. 

Can-fess% v. E hai akaka. Syn. to 
acknowledge. To confess a fault, e hai 
akaka mai no ka hewa. 

Con-fes'sion, n. Ka hai akaka ana. 
Syn. avowal. The confession of guilt, 
ka hai akaka ana ua hewa, 

Cōn'fi~dānt% n. mJ ^ a ™-,„ -u,^ 

€on'fi-dante>, n. f.\ He Punalieie. 

Con-fīde' s v. E paulele, e hilinai. Syn, 

trust; rely. 

€Ōn'fi-dence, n. Ka paulele; ka hili- 
nai. Syn. "reliance; faith. 

Con'fi-dent, adj. Manao paulele ; 
manao paa. 

Con'fi-den'tial, adj. 1. Paulele ia; 
hilinai ia. Syn. trustworthy. 
2. Malu'. A confidential communication, 
he palapala hoike malu'. Syn. secret. 

Con'fi-dent-ly, adv. Me ke kanalua 
ole. Syn. positively. 

Con-fine', v. E hoopaa. Syn. restrict. 
To confine in a room, e hoopaa ilokoo 
ke keena. 



Con'fine, n. Palena; mokuna; pea. 

Syn. bounds. The confines of the land, 

napeao kaaina. 
Con-fme'ment, n. 1. Ka hoopaa ana. 

2. Kawa hanau keiki. 
Con-firm', v. 1. E hooia. Syn. verify, 

To confirm a statement, e hooia i ka olelo 


2. E hookupaa. Syn. strengthen. To 

confirm in the truth, e hooknpaa ma ka 

Con'fir-ma'tion, n. Ka hooia ana; 

Ka hooknpaa ana. 
Con-fls'«ate, v. E kaili; e lawe ma 

ke ano hoopai. 
Con'fls-ea'tion, n. Ka lawe ana o ke 

aupuni i ka waiwai, ma ke ano hoopai. 
Con'fla-gra'tion, n. He ahi weliweli; 

ahi nui. 
Con'fliet, n. He kaua; hakaka; paio. 
Con'flu-ence, n. 1. Ka hui ana o ke 


2. Kahi e hui ai o ke kahe ana. 
Con-form', 1;. Ehookulike; kulike. 
Con-form'i-ty, n. Ke kulike; ka hoo- 

halike ana. 
Can-found', v. Hookahuli. 
Con- front', v. 1. E ku he alo healo. 

2. Ēku-e'. 
Con-fuse', v. E hoopihoihoi; hoopuiwa 

hoopowehiwehi. Syn. distract, dis- 
Con-fus'ed-ly, adv. pioloke. Confus- 
edly answered, pane ia me ka pioloke. 
Con-fu'sion, n. 1. Ka huikau o ka 

waiho ana. Syn. disorder. 

2. Pioloke o ka naau. Syn. distraction. 

3. Hannaele. Syn. tumult. The meet- 
ing broke up in confusion, hoopauia ka 
halawai iloko o ka haunaele. 

Con-fute'» v. E pale i ka olelo. 
Con-greal'» v, E paa i ke anu. Syn. 

Con~geal'ment, n. Ka paa ana o ka 

mea wai i ke anu. Syn. freezing. 
Con-gre'ni-al, adj. Kulike ke ano. 

Congenial companions, na hoa pili. 
Con-ges'tion, n. Ka piha kupono ole 

ana o kauwahi o ke kino i ke koko. 

Congestion of the lungs, ka piha pono 

ole o ke ake mama i ke koko. 
Con-grat'ii-late, V, E haawi i ka ma- 
halo; e hauoli pu. Syn. felicitate. 
Con-grrat'u-la'tion, n. Ka hoohauoli 

ana ia hai; ka hauoli pu ana me hai. 
Con-grat'u-la-to'ry, adj. E haawi 

ana i ka hauoli. 
Con'gre-gate, v. JEakoakoapu. Syn. 

Con'gre-ga'tion, n. He anaina pule. 
Con'gress, n, 1. Ka aha kau kanawai 

o Amerika Huipuia. 

2. He anaina kuka'. A congress of 

nations, ke anaina kuka o na lahui. 
Con-gres'sion-al, adj. Pili i ka aha 

kaukanawai o Amerika Huipuia. 
Con'ic, adj. Pili i ka puuoa. Conic 

sections, na kaha oki o ka puuoa. 

Con-ject'ure, n. Manao koho wale* 

Syn. surmise; guess. 
Con-join', v. E hui. Syn. unite. 
Con-join t'ly, adv. Ma ke ano hui. 

Syn unitedly. 
Con'ju-gal, adj. Pili i ka mare. Syn. 

marital. Conjugal relations, na pono o 

ka mare L 
Con-ju-ga'tion, n. Aui ana o kahaina. 
Con- junction, n. 1. He hua olelo hoo- 

hui mamala olelo. 

2. Ka pili pu ana. Conjunction of 

planets, ka pili pu ana o na hoku hele, 

i ka nana'na. 
Con'jure, v. E kilokilo. 
Con'jur-er, n. .Kanaka kilokilo. 
Con-neet', v. E hoopili pu; pili pn. 

Syn. join. 
Con-nee'tion. 1. Ka pill ana. 

2. He pili kino. 
Con-nē€'tive, n. Ka mea e hoohui 

ana i na mea kaawale. 
Con-niv'ance, n. Ke kokua malu' ana 

i ka mea pono ole. Syn. collusion. 
Con-nive', v. E kokua malu' i ka hewa. 
Con'nois-seiir' (kon-nis-siir), n. He 

kanaka akeakamai. 
Con-nu'bi-al, adj. Pili i ka mare; 

Syn. conjugal. 
Con'quer, v. E lanakila; e lawe pio. 
C3n'quer-or, n. Ka mea lanakila. 
Con'quest, n. 1. Ka hoopio ana. 

2. Ka mea i lawe pio ia. 
Con'san-guln'i-ty, n. Ka pili koko; 

ka pili hanauna. Syn. relationship. 
Con'scienee (shens), n, Ka lunaike- 

Con'sci-en'tioiis, adj. Hoolohe i ka 

kalunaikehala; akahai. 
Con'sci-en'tious-ly adv. Me ka hoo- 

lohel ka ka lunaikehala; me ke aka- 
Con'sci-en'tious-ness, n. Ke ko ana 

mamuli o ka lunaikehala; ke ko ana 

me ke akahai. 
Con'scious, adj. Maopopo iloko iho. 
Con'scious-ness, n. Ka ike; ka ike ilo- 
ko ih"b. 
Con'se-crate', v. E hoolaa. 
Con'se-erat'ed, adj. Hoolaa ia. Syn. 

hallowed, sacred. 
Con's e-cra'tion, n. Ka hoolaa ana. 
Con-see'u-tive, adj. E hahai ana ke- 

kahi i kekahi. Consecutive hours, na 

hora e hahai ana kekahi i kekahi. 
Con- sent', n. 1. Ka ae ana. Syn. as- 

2. With one consent, me ka manao lo- 

kahi. Syn. unanimously. 
Con'se-quence, n. 1. He hopena. 

Poverty is the" consequence of idleness, o 

ka nele ka hopena o ka molowa. 

2. In consequence of, no ia kumu; no 

ia mea. Syn. because of. 

S. A matter of small consequence, he 

mea liilii loa ia; he mea ole ia. 

4. A man of consequence, he kanaka 

koikoi. Syn. importance. 




€oii'-s©-quent, n. 1. Ka mahele hope 
o ka ratio. 

2. He hopena. Syn. resnlt; effect. 
CJon'se-quen'tial, adj. Hookano; hoo- 

kiekie. Syn. pompous. 
CSdn'se-quent-ly, adv. Nolaila, no ia 
hoi, no ia mea. Syn. therefore ; for the 
CJon-serv'a-trre, adv. Makee i ke ano 

man, kc ano kahiko. 
■©on-serv'a-to-ry, % m Hale hoouln i 

na mea ulu. 
CJon'serve, n. Mea ono i hana ia me 

na hua ai. Syn. preserve. 
€on- serve', v. 1. E hoomoa i na hna 

2. E malama i ke ano mau. 
Con-sid'er, v. E noonoo akahele, e 

poonoo. Syn. reflect. 
Con-sid'er-a-ble, adj, Mahuahua iki. 
Con-sid'er-ate, adj. 1. Maliu i ka 
manao o hai. Syn. thoughtful. 
2. Akahele ma ka noonoo. 
Cfon-sid'er -a'tion, n. 1. Ka maliu 
ana. Consideration for the feelings of 
others, ka maliu ana 1 ko hai manao. 
2, He mku. Work for a consideration 
e hana no ka uku. 
€on-sign', v. E waiho ma ka lima o 
hai. Consign goods for sale, e waiho i 
ka waiwai ma ka lima o mea e kuai. 
Syn. assign. 
€-on'sīgn-ee', n. Ka mea malama i ka 

waiwai i hooili ia. 
Con-slgn'ment, n. 1. Ka hooiliia'na 
O ka waiwai. 
2. Ka waiwai i hooiliia. 
€on-sist% v. E hui. Syn. comprise. 
The school consists of foreign and Ha- 
waiian boys, e hui ana ma ke kula na 
keiki haole me na keiki Hawaii. 
€on-sist'en-cy, n. Ke anolauwiliole; 

ke ano kupaa, 
€on-slst'ent, adj. Lauwili ole; ku- 
Con'so-la'tion, n. Kamaha oka naau; 

ka oluolu ana o ka naau. 
€on-sōle', v. E hooluolu; hoona; e 

haawi i ka maha. 
€on-sol'i-date, v. E hooakoakoa i 

paa; epuiliapaa. 
€on-sdl'i-da'-tion„ n. Ka puili ana a 

paa; ka hoopuupuu ana a paa. 
€021- soFing, adj. Hooluolu. A consol- 
ing thought, he manao hooluolu. 
Con's a-mance, n. 1. Ke kani like o 
na leo. 

2. K e kulike ana i ka manao. 
€6ra'so-najit, adj, Oluolu; kulike. 
•Con'so-nant, n. Huapalapala leo hui. 
Gon'sort, n. 1. He hoa mare. 
2. He moku e holo pu ana me kekahi 
Con -sort', v. E hele pu; launa pu. 

Syn. associate with. 
Gon-spi«'u-oiis, adj. Moakaka.; ike 
lea ia. Syn. plain. 

€on-spir'a-cy, n. 1. Kekukapuana 

no ka poino o hai. 

2. Ke kipi ana; ohumu kipi. 
€on-spīre', v. E ohumu kipi; e kipi. 
€6n'sta-i>le, n. Hemakai; hekaiko. 
€on-stāb'u-la-ry, n. He papa makai. 
€on'stan-cy, n. Ke kupaa o ka naau; 

oni paa o"ka naau. Syn. fidelity. 
€on'stant, adj. 1. Kupaa; karnau. A 

constant friend, he hoa kupaa. 

2. Mau. A constant stream, he waikahe 

€6n'stant-ly, adv. Mau. Syn. invari- 
€56n'stēl-lā'tion, n. Huhui hoku paa. 

€6n'ster-nā'tion, n. Ilihia; pilihua; 
weliweli nui. 

€ōn-sti-pā'tion, n. Ka paa o ka hana 
lepo. Syn. costiveness. 

€on-stit'u-eii-cy, n. Ka poe nana e 
koho ; n a makaainana koko balota. 

Oon'sti-tute, v. 1. E hookoho. To con- 
stitute a member, e hookoho i lala o ka 

2. E hoolilo; e lilo. The people of one 
country constitute a nation, lilo na kana- 
ka o ka aina hookahi i lahui. 

-edn'sti-tu'tion, n. 1. Kumukanawai. 

2. Ka hookumu ana. 

3. Ke ano mau o ke kino. A strong 
constitution, he ano ikaika, puipui o ke 

Cfon'sti-tu'tion-al, adj. 1. Pili 1 ke 
kumukanawai. Constitutional amend- 
ment, he hoololi o ke kumukanawai. 
2. Pili i ke ola kino. A constitutional 
difficulty, he pilikia pili i ke ola kino. 

€on-strain', v. Ekoi; e kaohi. Syn. 

£!on-strāiiit', n. Ke koi'na; ke kaohi 
ana. Syn. compulsion ; restraint. 

€on- struct', v. E kukulu. Syn. build. 

€on-struc'tion, n. 1. Ke kukulu ana. 

2. Ka mea i kukuluia. 

3. Ke ano. Syn. meaning. 
-Gon-strue', v. E mahele olelo; e unu- 

hi olelo; e wehewehe olelo. Syn. ex- 
plain; translate. 

don'sul, n. He kanikele; Tunakiai oi- 
hana kalepa o kekahi aupuni me ke- 
kahi aupuni e ae. 

€on'su-lar, adj. Pili i ka oihana o ke 
kanikele. Consular certificate, palapala 
hooia a ke kanikele. 

€ōn'sn-late, n. Keena oihana o ke ka- 

€J6n'sul-sliip, n. Oihana kanikele. 

€on-sulf , v. 1 E kuka' pu. Syn. de- 

2. E imi. Consult a book, e imi iloko o 
ka buke. 

3. Consult a physician, e imi i kauka la- 
paau nana e kokua. 

Con'sul-ta'tioii, n. Ke kuka' ana. 
£fon-sūaie', v. 1. E hoopau; e luktu 

Syn. destroy. 

2. E ai. To consume food, e ai i ka ai. 




€on-sm.m'er, n. Ka mea nana e hoo- 

€ou'gum-mā/tion, n. Ka hopena; ke 
ko ana. Syn. end; completion. 

€on-sump'tion, n. 1. Ka mai hoMi. 
2. Ka hoopau ana. Consumption of 
food, ka hoopau ana i ka ai. 

"Con-sump'tive, adj. Loaa i ka hokii. 

•€5ii/ta«t, n. Ka hoopili kino akn. 

Con-ta'gion, n. Mai lele ma kapili kino 

€o»-ta'giofits, adj. Lele no ka pili 
ana. _ 

€on-tain', v. E piha. A gallon contains 
four quarts, piha ke galani i na kuata 

2, E loaa. The book contains instruc- 
tion, e loaa ana i ka naauao ma ka buke. 

£km- tain'er, n. He apu, he ipu; mea 
e paa ana. 

€on-tam'i-nate, v. E hoohaumia. 
Syn. pollute ;_ taint. 

Coii-tain'i-na'tion, n. Ka haumia; 
ka pelapela. Syn. pollution. 

€on-temn', v. E hoowaha'waha'. Syn. 

£-on'tem-plate, v. E noonoo; e ma- 
nao. Syn. meditate; purpose. 

€on'tem-pla'tion, n. Ka noonoo ana. 
Syn. meditation. 

€on-tem'po-ra-ry, adj. Ola like. 
Syn. cotemporary. Kamehameha I. and 
Napoleon were contemporary, e ola like 
ana o Napoleona a me Kamehameha I. 

Con-tempt', n. Ke ano hoowaha'- 
waha'. Contempt of court, ka hoowaha'- 
waha' i ka aha. 

Oon-tempt'i-ble, adj. Hoowaha'waha' 
ia; haahaaloa. Syn. mean; vile. 

Con-tempt'u-oiis, adj. Ano haakei; 
hoowaha'waha'. A contemptuous ex- 
pression, he olelo hoowaha'waha'. 

€ on- tend', v. E aumeume; hakaka; 
paio pu. Syn. strive. 

€on-tēnd'ing, adj. E ku-e' ana; e ha- 
kaka ana. Contending factions, na aoao 
e ku-e' ana kekahi i kekahi. Syn. op- 

Obn-tenf, v. E hoo-na; e hooluolu. 

€on-tent'ed, adj. Walea; oluolu; 

€on-tēn'tion, n. Ka hakaka; ka au- 
meume; kahoopaapaa. Syn. strife. 

Coii-ten'tious, adj. Hoop aapaa wale; 
hakaka wale. 

€on-tent'inent, / Hanawalea; olu- 

€on-tent', ) "" oluokamanao. 

€on'test, n. He hakaka'; he kaua; he 

-Con-test', v. 1. E ku-e'. Contest an 
election, e ku-e' i ke kohoia'na. 
2. E paio. Contest a prize, e paio no 
ka uku makana. 

fjon-tlg'n-ous, adj. E moe pili ana. 
Syn. adjacent. 

€on'ti-nence, n. Ke ano pakiko. 
€5n'ti-nent, n. Mahele aina nui. 
€on=ti-nent'al, adj. E pili anai ka 
mahele aina nui. 

€on-tin'gen-cy, n. Ka mea e loohia 
mai ana paha. 

€on-tin'&ent, adj. E loohia mai ana 
paha. Contingent fund, he puu dala no 
na lilo e loohia mai ana paha. 

€on-tin'u-al, adj. Mau. 

€on-tin'u-al-ly, adv. Mau; i na ma- 
nawa a pau. 

€on-tin'u-ance, n. Ka hoomau ana. 

€on-tin'ue, v. E hoomau. 

€om-tor'tion, n. Ka wili ana; paisaa- 
wili ana; kupaka ana. 

€on'tour, n. Ke ano o ke kii. 

€on'tra-band, adj. Papaia e ke ka- 
nawai. Contraband goods, waiwai i 
papaia e ke kanawai. Contraband of 
war, waiwai i papaia ke kuai ana i ka 

€on'tra-band, n. He inoa no na nika 
o Amerika i ka wa kaua kuloko. 

€on'tra€t, n. He palapala ae like. 

€on-tra<jt', v. 1. E hoohaiki. Syn. 

2. E komo aku. Contract a debt, e 
komo i ka aie. Syn. incur. 

3. E loaa. Contract a disease, e loaa i 
ka mai. Syn. incur. 

4. E hooholo. To contract, to build a 
house, e hooholo e kukulu i hale. Syn. 

€6n-trā€f ed, adj. 1. Haiki. Syn. 

2. A contracted mind, he naau papau o 
ka noonoo. 

€on-tra,€'tion, n. Ka hoopokole ana. 

Con-traet'or, n. Ka mea e paa ana 
ma ka olelo aelike. 

Con'tra-diet', v. E hoopaapaa; e pa- 

€on'tra-di€t'o-ry, adj. Pakuikui. 

€on'tra-ry, adj. 1. Ku-e'. Contrary 
to law, ku-e' i ke kanawai. 
2. Nunuha. Syn. wilful; stubborn. 

Contrast, n. Ka like ole; ke ano okoa. 

€on-trast', v. E hooku-e' ano. Con- 
trast light with darkness, e hooku-e' ka 
malamalama i ka pouli. 

€on-trib'ute, v. 1. E kokua. Con- 
tribute a share, e kokua i haawina. 
2. E haawi manawalea. 

Con'tri-bu'tiou, n. Ke kokua; ka 
haawina manawalea. 

€on-trib'u-tor, n. 1. Ka mea e ko- 
kua ana. Neivspaper contributor, ka 
mea e kokua ana i ka nupepa, ma ke 
kakau ana. 

€ on' trite, adj. Mihi; walania;akahai. 
Syn. penitent. 

€on-tri'tion, n. Ka mihi no ka hewa. 
Syn. penitence. 

€dn-triv'ance, n. Ka hua o ka noo- 
noo. Syn. invention. Ka mea e hiki 

€on-trīve', v. E noonoo a e hana i ka 
mea ehiki ai. Syn. invent. 

€on-tny'er, n. He mea i makaukau 
ma ka noonoo ana a ma ka hana ana 
i ka mea e pono ai. Syn. inventor. 




Con-trol', n. Mana hoomalu; ka hoo- 
malu ana. 
€on-trōl', E hoomalu. Syn, govern. 
Con'tro-ver'sy, n. He hoopaapaa. 
Con-tu-ma'eioiis, adj. Nuha;nunuha. 

Syn. obstinate; stubborn. 
Con'tu-ma-cy, n. Paakikioka naau; 

C6n'tu-me-ly, n. Olelo hoomaau; 

hoomaewaewa, Syn. reproach. 
Con-tu'sion, n. Palapu. 
Co-nuii'drum, n. He olelo huna'. 
Cdn'va-les'cence, ka pohala ana; ka 

oluolu ana o ka mai. 
Con'va-les'eent, adj. Pohala; konini; 

Con-vene', n. E hooakoakoa. 
Con-ven'ience, n. He raea e pono ai; 

mea ku pono. 
Con-ven'-ient, adj. He mea MM. If 

it is convenient to you, ina he mea hiki 

ia oe._ 
Con-ven'ient-ly, adv. Me ka hiki ku- 

Coxi-ven'tion, n. He aha; ahahui. A 

convention of teachers, he ahahui kumm- 

Con-verge', v. E kai a i ke kikowaena. 

Radii converge to a center, kai na ka- 

ha hanai a i ke kiko waena. 
Con'ver-sant, adj. 1. Makaukau ma 

ka ike. Conversant with a language, 

niakaukau ma kekahi olelo. Syn. fa- 

2. Ike pono. Syn. acquainted. 
Con'ver-sa'tion, n. Kamailio. 
Con'ver-sa/tion-al, adj. Kaniakamai- 

Con- verse'» v. E kamailio ptu Syn. 

talk with. 
Con-verse'ly, adv. Ma ka hull hope. 
Con-ver'sion, n. 1. Ka loli ana. Hie 

conversion of water into ice, ka loli ana o 

ka wai a lilo i hau paa. 

2, Ka huii ana o ka naau. 
Cdn'vert, n. Ka mea i hoohuliia kona 

Con-vert', v, 1. E hoololi. Convert 

water into steam, e hoololi ka wai a lilo 

i mahu. 

2. E hoohuli manao. 
€on'vex, adj. Poepoe owaho. 
€on-vey', v. 1. E lawe; e halihali. 

Syn. carry by hand. 

2. Ehooili; ehoouna. Syn. send by. 

8. E hoomaopopo. Convey the mean- 

ing, e hoomaopopo i ke ano. 

4. E hoolilo. Convey property, e hoo- 

lilo wai wai. 
€on-Tey'ance, n. 1. He mea halihali. 

2. Ka halihali ana; kahooiliana. 

3. Ka hoolilo ana i ka waiwai. 

4. He p al apala hool ilo wai wai . 
Con-vey'-anc-er, n. Meakakau pala- 

pala hoolilo waiwai. 
Con-vey'anc-ing, n, Ka oihana hoo- 
lilo waiwai paa. 

€6n'vi«t, n. He paahao; mea i ahe- 

waiia no ke karaima. 
Con-viet', v. E ahewa. Convicted of 

stealing, ahewaia no ka aihue. 
Con-vi«'tion, n. 1. Ka ahewa ana; 

ka ahewa ana o ka naau no ka hewa. 
Con-vince', v. E hoomaopopo i ka 

naau. Syn. persuade. 
€ on- vine' ing, adj. Maopopolea. 
Con-viv'i-al, adj. Lealea. Syn. festal, 
Con'vo-ea'-tlon, n. 1. Ka hoakoakoa 


2. He anaina. Syn. assembly. 
Con-voke', v. E kahea; e akoakoa, Syn. 

call, summon. 
€on-voy', v. E hele pu no ka hoomalu 

Con-vMse', v. 1. E hoonaueue. Syn. 


2. Hoohaalulu. 

3. Convulsed with laughter, pio loa i ka 

Con-vfil'sive, adj. Ano haalulu. 

Cook, v. E hoomoa; e kuke. 

€o~ok, n. He kuke. 

Cot>k'y, n. Berena ono liilii. 

Cool, adj. 1. Oluolu. A cool day, he la 

oluolu. Syn. pleasant. 

2. Pihoihoiole; makaukau mau. Syn. 

Cool, v. E hoomaalili; ehooluolu. 
Cool'er, n„ He ipu; e lilo ana ka wai i 

€ool'ness, n. 1. Heanuiki. 

2. Ka pihoihoi ole o ka naau. 

3^ Ka maalili o ke aloha; nanau. 
Cool'ie, n. He paahana ma Inia me 

Cool'ly, adv. 1. Mekamahaoi. Syn. 


2. Me ka noonoo pono. Syn. deliber- 
Coop,, n. Hale moa. 
Coop'er, n. Kanaka hana pahu; he 

Coop'er-age, n. Wahi hana pahu. 
Cō-<5p'er-āte, v. E kokua pu, Syn. 

Co-dp'er-a'tion, n. Ke kokua pu 

Co-dp'er-a'tive, adj. Kokua hui. 
Cō-6p'er-ā ; tor, n. Hoa hana, Syn. 

Co«6r'di-nate, adj. Kulana like. 
Co-part'ner, n. He hoa o ka hui. 
€o -par t'ner- ship, n. He hui no ka 

lawelawe ana i kekahi oihana. 
Cope, v. E ku-e' lanakila, 

Co'pi-oiis,, adj. Nui; lawa pono. Syn. 

abundant; plentiful. 
Co'pi-ous-ly, adv. Nui. The rain fell 

copiously, haule nui mai ka u-a. Syn. 

Cop'per, %._ Keleawe. 
Cop'per-plate', n. Pa keleawe. A 

copperplate engraving, he kii i kahaiia 

ma ka pa keleawe. 




Copper-smith/, n. Kanaka liana i na 

mea keleawe. 
€J6p'u-lāte, v. E hill Mno ma ke ano 

kane a wahine. 
€op'u-la'tion, n. Ka hui kino ana o 

ke kane me ka wahine. 
Cop'u-la'tive, adj. Hui. 
Cop'-y, n. He hope; mea like. 
€op>y, v. 1. E kakau kope. 

2. E hoohalike. Syn. emulate. 
€<Sp'y-bdok, n. Buke kakau kope. 
■eop'y-ist, n. Mea kakau kope. 
Cop'y-rigrht, n. Ke kuleana iloko o ka 

buke; he pono a ke aupuni i haawi i 

ka mea kakau buke. 
Co-quette', n (ko-ket). Wahine ui; 

puni lealea. 
€6r-al, n. Ako'ako'a; puna. 
-CJor'al-lme, adj. Pili i ke ako*ako'a. 

Coralline formation, he kahua ako'ako'a. 
Cord, n. 1. Kaula makalii. 

2. He paila. A cord of wood, he paila 

€6rd, v. 1. E nakii. Cord up the trunk, 
e nakii i ka pahu lole. 

3. E paila. 

■Cord'ag-e, n. Kaula o kela ano keia ano. 

Cord'ial, n. He mea e hoohoihoi ai; e 
hooeueu ai. 

Cord'ial, adj. Oiaio; pumehana. Cord- 
ial friendship, aloha pumehana. 
2. Hooluolu; hoolafelale. 

Cor'di-aFi-ty, n. Aloha pumehana. 

€or'di-al-ly, adv. Me ke aloha oiaio. 

Core, n. Ka pikoi. 

dork, n. Urrfoki laau. 

€6rk'screw, n. Wiliumoki. 

Corn, n. 1. Kurina. 
2. Na hua palaoa o na ano a pan. 

Corn, v. E kopi' ka i-o i ka paakai. 
Corned beef, bipi i kopiia. 

Cor-ner, n. 1. He kihi. An outside 
corner, he kihi. 
2. An inside corner, he kuono. 

Cor'ner-stone', n. Pohaku kihi. 

Cor'ner-wlse, adv. Lepe. Syn. diag- 

Cor'net, n. Ohe puhi. 

Co~rol'la, n. Ka huina o na lau liilii o 
ka pua. 

Cor'ol-la-ry, n. Manaopili no ka ma- 

Cor-o-na'tion, n. Ka poni ana i ka 

Cor'o-ner, n. He koronera; he luna 
aupuni; e imi ana no ke kumu make 
o na kanaka make. 

Cor'po-ral, adj. Pili i kekino. Cor- 
poral punishment, hoopai kino. 

€tor'po-ral, n. Kopala; luna koa ma- 
lalo o ke lukanela. 

Cor'po-rate, adj Huiia mamuli o ke 
kanawai. Corporate body, he hui ma- 
lalo o ke kanawai. 

Cor-po're-al, adj. Pili i ke kino. Cor- 
poreal existence, he ola kino. 

Corps (kore), n. Hepoe; he papa; a 
corps of teachers, he papa kumu. 

■Corpse, n. He kupapau. 
€6r'pu-lence, ?i. Puipuio ke kino. 
Cdr'pu-lent, adj. Puipui ; momona 

kupono ole. 
Cor-reet', v. 1. E hooponopono. 

2. Ehoopai. Syn. punish. 
Cor-reet', adj. Pono; pololei. 
Cor-ree'tion, n. 1. Ka hooponopono 


2. Mea hooponopono. 

3. Ka hoopai; ka hoopai ana. 
Cor-reet'ly, adv. Me ka pololei. 
Cor-reet'ness, n. Ka pololei, 
Cor-res-pond', v. 1. E kulike. Syn. 


2. E kakau leta. 
Cor'res-pon'dence, n. Ke kulike ana. 

2. Ke kakau leta ana. 
Cor'res-pon'dent, n. Hoa kakau leta, 
Cdr'res-pond'ing, adj. Kulike. Syn. 

Cor~ro»'o~rāte, v. E hooia i ka hoike 

a hai. 
Cor-rode', v. E popo. Syn. rust. 
Cor-ro'sion, n. Ka popo ana o na mea 

metala. _ 
Cor'ru-gat-ed, adj. Mimino. 
Cor-rupt', adj. 1. Haumia; haukae. 

Syn. debased; vile. 

2. Palaho. Syn. putrid. 
Cor-rtipt/, v. E hoohaumia; hoohau- 

Cor-rilptVer, n. Mea nana e hoohau- 
Cor-r&pt-i-ble, adj. Lilo i ka palaho. 
Cor-rup'tion, 1. Haumia; haukae 

2. Palaho. 
Cor-riipt'ly, adv. Me ka haumia; me 

Cor'set, n. Pulike wahine. 
Cor'tege (kor-tazh), n. Poe ukali. 
€os-met'ic, n. Mea poni. 
Cost, n. Kumu lilo. 
€6st, v. E lilo; make. 
Cos'tive, adj. Paa ka hana lepo. 
Cos'tive-ness, n. Ka paa ana o ka 

hana lepo. Syn. constipation. 
Cost'ly, adj. Nui ka lilo. 
€os'tume, n. Ka aahu. 
€ote, n. Hale manu nunu. 
Co-tem/po-ra-ry, adj. E ola like ana 

i ka hanauna hookahi. 
Cot'tage, n. He hale noho maikai. 
Cot'ton, n. Pulupulu. 
Couch, n. He punee. 
Cough, (kof), n. He kunu. 
Coun'cil, n. Ahakuka'. Privy council, 

aha ]£uka' malu'. 
Coun'cil-lor, n. Hoa no ka aha. 
Coun'sel, n. Olelo ao. Syn. advice. 
€o un's el-lor, n. 1. Kakaolelo. SYn. 


2. Hekokuama ke kanawai; heloio. 
Count, v. E helu. 
Coun'te-nance, n. Ka helehelena, 
€oun'ter, n. Ka papa kuai o na hale 





Coun'ter, adv. Ku-e'. To go counter 

to good advice, e hele ku-e' i ka olelo ao 
€oun'ter-ācf, v. E keakea. 
Coua'ter-bal'ance, v. E paona like 

ma ka aoao ku-e'~ 
Coun'ter-feit, adj. 1. Apuka. Coun- 
terfeit money, dala apuka. 

2. Hookamani; oiaio ole. 
€oun'ter-feit-er, n. Kanaka apuka 

dala; apuka ma kekahi mea e. 
€oun'ter-m.ānd% v. E hoololi kauoha. 
Coun'ter-pane, n. Kapa uhi moe. 
Coun'ter-part, n. Kalualike. 
CJoun'ter-sign, n. Hua olelo huna', 

no ka poe koa kiai. 
Coun'ter-sign, v. E kakau inoahoike. 
Count'ing-house, ) Keena oihana 

eounfixig-rooint, ) n - kalepa. 
Count'less, adj. Kinikini; nuiwale. 
Coun'tn-fied, adj. Ane kuaaina; oheke 
Coiin'try, n. He paiaina. 
€oun'try-man, v. He kaikua ; kuaaina. 

2. Fellow-countryman, he hoa makaai- 

CJouii/try-seat, n. Wahi noho iloko Q 

ka aina. 
Coun'ty, n. Mokuna aina; apana. 
Cou'ple, n. 1. He man kokoolna. 

2. He paa. 
Cou'ple, v. E kaulua ; e hui palna. 
Coup-ling:, n. Ka hookaulua ana. 
Cou-pon>, n. Palapala hooia no ka uku 

Courtage, n. Ke ano aa; wiwo ole; 

maka'u ole. Syn. bravery; valor; dar- 
ing; brave; valiant. 
Cour-a'geous, adj. Maka'u ole. Syn. 

Cou'ri-er, n. He kanaka kukini; be 

Course, n. 1. He ala. A chosen course, 

be ala i koboia A race course, be ala 

kukini lio. 

2. He au ; be wa. The course of time, 
ke au o ka manawa. 

3, Watercourse, h<2 auwai. 
Gours'er, n. He lio kukini; lio beibei. 
Court, n. 1. Ka poe o ke alo moi. 

2. He aba bookolokolo. 

3. He pabale. 

4. A court of inquiry, be aba ninaninau. 
Court, v. 1. E booipoipo; imi i wahine 


2. E imi me ka lioomalimali. 
Gour'te-ous, adj. Pibalula; ano olu- 
olu; laulea. Syn. polite. 
Cour'te-san, n. "Wabine hookamaka- 

ma. Syn. prostitiate. 
Cour'te-sy, n. ICe ano oluolu; keoni- 

mana. Syn. politeness. 
Cdur'tier, n. Kanaka e nobo ana ma 

ke alo Moi. 
Dourf ly, adj. Hanohano; koikoi. Syn. 
. elegant. 
Court-mar'tial, 7%. Aba bookolokolo 

o ka oibana kaua. 

Court' sliip, n. Ka booipoipo ana; ka 

imi ana i wabine mare. 
Court'-yard, n. He pabale. 
Cous'in, n. He boahanau. 
Cove, n. He kaikuono liilii. 
€6v'e-nant, n. 1. He berita. 
2. He olelo ae like i kakau ia; pala- 
pala ae like. Syn. contract. 
CoVe-nant, v. 1. E hoobiki i ka berita. 
2. E boobiki ma ka palapala ae like. 
CoVer, v. 1. E uhi. Cover over, e uhi. 

2. E poi, to cover with a cover, e poi. 
Cov'er, n. 1. He uhi. A cover of cloth, 
2. He poi; he pani. A cover of metal or 
wood, he poi. 
Cov'er-ing, n. Mea uhi. 
Cov'er-let, v. Kapauhi no ka moe. 
Cov'ert, n. Wahi e pee ai. 
Cov'ert, adj. Maalea; huna ia. A 
covert meaning, he ano huna. Syn. 
Cov'ert-ly, adv. Me ka maalea; ma 

ke ano malu. 
Co Vet, v. E kuko hewa; e alunu , 
Cov'et-oiis, adj. Alunu; kuko hewa. 
Cov'et-ous-ness, n. Ke kuko hewa 

ana i kahai. 
Cov'ey, n. He pu-a manu liiliii. 
Cow, n. Bipi wahine. 
Cow, v. hoopuiwa; hoomak'au. 
Cow'ard, n. He mea maka'u wale; he 

holowale; bee wale. 
Cow'ard-Iee, n. Ka maka'u wale. 
Cow'ard-ly, adj. 1. E holowale; hee 

2. Apiki; haabaa. Syn. mean. 
Cow'er, v. 1. E haalulu no ka maka'u. 
2. E kukuli iho no ka weliweli; no 
kekahi kumu e ae. 
Cow'herd, n. Kahu bipi. 
Cow'hlde, n. Hi maloo o ka bipi. 
Cox'comT), n. Kanaka hookeba; boo- 

Coy, adj. Palaimaka. Syn. bashful; 

Co'zy, adj. 1. Oluolu; nanea. Syn. 

2. A cozy chat, he kamakamailio hoo- 
Crab, a. Hepapai. 
Crab'bed, adj. Nainai; nanau. 
Crack, n. He nakaka; owaowa; alua- 

Crack, v. 1. E kani. Crack a whip; e 
kani ka buipa. 
2. E naka. 
Crā€k'l>rāined, adj. Pupule. Syn. 

Crack'er, n. 1. Papaa berena. 

2. Mea hoopahupahu'. 
Crackle, v. jE paapaa. Thorns crackle 
in the fire, paapaa na kakalaioa i ke 
Crā«k-lrng, p. p. Paapaaina. 
Cra'dle, n. 1. He moe paipai no ke 
keiki uuku. 
2. Pabi manamana oki palaoa. 




Craft, n. 1. Oihana liana lima, Syn. 


2. He moku liilil. 

3. He ano niaalea; ano hoohalma. 
Syn. cunning. 

Craft'i-ly, adv. Me ka maalea. Syn. 

€raff i-ness, n. See CrafL 3. 
Or st, fV j, adj. Maalea. 
€rag, n. Hep all. Syn. Cliff. 
Cramp, n. Mae'le maee'le. 
Cram, v. E papaunu; e laiki. 
€rā'ni-um, n. Iwipoo. SYN. skull. 
Crape, n. Lolekamkau, 
Crash, v. E haalulu noha/. To fall with 

a crash, e haule mai me la haalulu 

Cra/ter, n. He luapele. 
Cra-vat', n. Hainaka' a'i. 
Crave, v. 1. E iini nui. To crave food, 

e iini nui no ka ai. 

2._ Enoi haahaa. Syn. beseech. 
Crav'en, n. He makauwale; liee wale. 

Syn. coward. 
Crf|wl, v. E kolo; e kokolo. 
€ra'zy, adj. Pupu'le; ula'la. 
Creak'ing, n. Ka uiui ana; ka uwi 

an a. 
Cream, n. 1. Kurima waiu'. 

2._ Ka oi o ka manao maikai. 
Crease, n. He alualu; he alu. 
Cre-ate', v. E hookumu; e hana. 
Cre-a'tion, n. 1. He hana; mea i 

hanaia. A creation of the mind, he mea 

i hanaia e ka naau. 

2. Ke ao nei. 

3. Na ao a pau. Creation's God, Ke 
Akua o na Ao a pan. 

Cre-a'tor, n. Ka Mea nana e hana; 

nana e hookumu. The Creator, Ke 

Crea't&re, n. Mea ola. 
Cre' deuce, n. Manaoio. Syn . belief. 
Cre-den'tials, n. Palapala hoapono. 
Cred'i-Ml'i-ty, n. Ka oiaio. The 

credibility of his words, ka oiaio o kana 

man olelo. 
Cred'i-ble, adj. Hiki ke panlele ia; 

oiaio. Syn. trustworthy; true. 
Credit, n. 1. He kumu mahalo. A 

studious pupil is a credit to Ms teacher, 

oka haumana imi he kumu mahalo 

oia i kana kumu. 

2. Ka hooaie'. To give credit, e hooaie 

3. Ka aoao hookaa o na mooaie. 
Credit, v. 1. E lelepau; e hilinai. 

Syn. trust; believe. 

2. E kakau ma ka aoao hookaa. 
Credit- a-ble, adj. Kuika mahaloia; 

maikai. A creditable performance, he 

hana ku i ka mahaloia. 
Credlt-a-bly, adv. Me ka aponoia; 

me ka maikai. 
Cred'i-tor, n. Mea nana e hooaie; ai- 

lihi. _ [Obs.] 
Cre-duli-ty, %. Ka paulele kapeke- 


Cred'u-loiig, adj. Paulele wale; pnni 

Creed, n. He Berita o ka manaoio. 
Creek, n. He wahi kaikuono liilii. 

Syn. cove. 
Creep, v. E kolo; e kokolo me hekeiki 

la; me he popoki la. 
Creep'er, n. 1. Mea kolo. 

2. Laau hihi. 
Creeping-thing', n. Mea kolo. 
Cres'cent, adj. E mahuahua ana. The 

crescent moon, mahina hoaka. 
Crest'faFlen, adj. Hilahila. SYN. 

Crevice, n. He alu'alu'a; he owaowa. 

Syn. crack. 
Crew, n. Ka poe luina o ka moku. 
Crew'el, n. Lopi huluhulu hana HhU 

Crib, n. 1. He moe liilii. 

2. Corn crib, pahu waiho kurina. 
Crib, v. E aihue liilii. E kaili. 
Crick'et, n. 1. TJ hini. 

2. He paipai wawae. 

3. He paani kinipopo. 
CrI'er, n. Mea kuka'la leo aku. 
Crime, n. Hewa nui ma ke kanawai; 


Criml-nal, n. Mea haki kanawai; 
mea i ahewaia i ke kanawai. 

Criinl-nal-ly, adv. Me ka hewa. 

Criml-nate, v. E hoopii no ka hewa; 
e ahewa. 

Cr mi's on, adj or n. Ulanla. 

Cringe, v. 1. E kuapelu wale. 
2. E hoopilimeaai. 

Crip'ple, n. He oopa; hapakne. 

Cri'sis, n. He huli ana. Syn. turning 
point. The crisis of the disease, ka huli 
ana o ka mai; (he ola paha, he make 
pah a.) 

Crisp, adj. 1. Paapaa; burned to a crisp, 
paapaaike ahi. 

Cri-te'ri-on, n. He ana hoohalike. 

Critic, n. Mea imi kina; mea imi he- 
wa; kuhikuhi hewa. 

Critlc-al, adj. 1. Pilikia; the critical 
period of the disease, ka wa pilikia o ka 

2. Ano hoopololei loa. A critical anal- 
ysis, he wehewehe hoopololei loa. 

Critl-cise, v. 1. Eimihala. Syn. to 
be censorious. 

2. E kuhikuhi hewa. Syn. point out 

Critl-cism, n. Ke kuhikuhi ana i 
nahewa; nakina. 

Croak, n. 1. Ka leo o kamanu koraka. 
2._ Eohumuwale. 

Croak'er, n. Mea ohumu wale. 

Croek'er-y, n. Na ipu me na pa i ha- 
naia mai ka palolo. Syn. earthern 

Croe'o-dile, n. Moo nui. 

Cro-ny, n. He aikane; hoapili. 

Crot>k, n. He mea keekee; wahi kee- 

Crook'ed, adj. Keekee. 




Crop, n. Na hua o na mea ulu o ka 

■Cross, n. Kea. 
Cross, adj Ukiuki; huhu. 
Cross, v. 1. E alalai; e ku-e'. Syn. 

obstruct; thwart. 

2. E liele mai kahi aoao a i kahi aoao. 

3. E kaha aku. 
€ross'ex-am'ine, v. E ninau ku-e'. 
Cross'eyed, adj. Maka aliewa. 
Cross-grained', adj. Nan art; opuko- 

pekope ; nainai. Syn. crabbed. 
Crossing, n, Kahi e hele ai a hiki i 

kela aoao, 
Crossly, adv. Me ka ukiuki. 
Cross-ques'tion,<y. E ninau pale. Syn. 

Cross'wise, adj. Kau kea. 
Crouch, v, E kukuli iho; e ku lou. 
Croup, n. Naeo'a'iku'. 
Crow, v. E oo mehe moa kane la. 
Crow-bar, n. Kolopa'; mea une. 
Crowd, n. Hepuulu. 
Crowd, v. E hoo-ke'; e kupiliki. To 

crowd together; rush together, e lulumi. 
Crown, n. l. Lei alii; papale alii. 

2. Kapiko o ke poo. 

3. He apanadalaBeritania; elima si- 

Cru'ci-fix, n. He kea. Syn. cross. 
Cru-ci-fix'ion, n. Ke kaulia'na ma ke 

Cru'ci-fy, v. E kaulia ma ke kea. 
Crude, adj. 1. Hemahema; makau- 

kau ole. 

2. Maka. Crude material, mea maka; 

na mea i hana ole ia. 
Cru'el, adj. Mainoino; lokoino. 
Cru'el-ly, adv. Me ka lokoino. 
Cru/el-ty, n. Lokoino. 
Cruise, n. He nolo moana; ka holo 

ana o ka moku. 
Cruis'er, n. He moku manuwa. 
Crumb, n. Hu'na mea ai. Crumb of 

bread, hu'na berena. 
Cruni'ble, v. E helelei liilii. 
Crup'per, n. Kaula huelo. 
Crush, v. E hoo-pe'; e pe'pe'. 
Crus'ti-ly, adv. Huhu; naaukeemoa. 
Crus'ty, adj. Nainai. Syn. crabbed. 
Crotch, n. Kookoo paipai. 
Cry, v. 1. E uwe; e hookahe waima- 

ka. Syn. shed tears. 

2. E kahea. 
Crystal, n. 1. Pohaku aiai. 

2. Aniani aiai. Watch crystal, he ani- 

ani no ka wati. 
Crys'tal, adj. Moakaka; aiai ; huaka. 
Crys'tal-i-za'tioii, n. Ka lilo anao ke- 

kahi mea i kino aiai. 
Cub, n. Na keiki o kekahi mauholoho- 

lona. Lion's cub, keiki liona. Bear's 

cub, bea keiki. 
Cube, n. Hepaailiono. 
Cu'bie, adj. Paailiono. 
Cii'bit, n. He kubita. 
Cu'ewm-ber, n. Kaukama. 
Cud'dle, v. E moe pili. 

Cud, n. Lualuai. 

Cud'gel, n. He newa. Syn. club. 

Cue, n. 2. Laau pahupahu. 

2. Kumu hoala manao. 
Cuff, v. E pai me ka lima. 
Cu1i-na~ry , adj. Pili i ka oihana kuke. 

Culinary utensils, namea kuke. 
Cull, v. E ohi; e wae. 
CuPmi-nate, v. Hiki i ka wekiu. 
Cul'pa-ble, adj. Hewa; kuikahoa- 

hewaia. Culpable ignorance, naaupo 

ku i ka hoahewaia; naaupo kumu ole. 
Cul'pa-bill-ty, n. Ka hewa, Syn. 

Cul'pa-bly, adv. Culpably ignorant, 

naaupo kumu ole; naaupo i ahewaia. 
Cul'prit, n. Mea hana hewa; mea 

hana kolohe. 
Cul'ti-vate, v. 1. E mahi. Cultivate 

the landj e mahi i ka aina. 

2. Cultivate a friendship, e launa pu. 

3. Cultivate the mind t e hoopilia ka 
naauika ike. 

Cul ti-va'tion, n. Ka mahi ana. 
Cul'ti-valor, n. 1. Kanaka mahiai. 

2. He oo palau liilii mea mahi. 
Ciilt'ure, n. 1. Ka mahi ana. 

2. Ka huao kanaauao. 
Cfrm'ber, v. E hoopilikia wale; e hoo- 

kaumaha wale. 
Cum/ber-some, adj. Hoopilikia wale; 

hookaumaha wale. 
Cun'ning, adj. Maalea. Syn. crafty; 

Cun'ning-ly, adv, Me ka maalea. Syn. 


2, Mekamikioi. 
Ciip, n. He apu; he kiaha. 
Cup'board, (ki&b'urd) n. Hale pa. 
Cu-pidl-ty, n. Puniwaiwai. Syn, 

Cur, n. Ilio lapuwale. 
€ur'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke lapaauia a ola. 
Cur'a-tive, adj. Hoola. Curative poivers, 

na mana hoola. 
Cu-ra'tor, n. He kahu malama. 
Curb, v. E uumi. 
Curd, n. Waiu paa awaawa. 
Curdle, v. E paa. The milk is curdled. 

paa ka waiu. 
Cure, v. 1, E hoola, mamuli o ka 


2. E hoopau. Cure laziness, e Iioopau 

i ka niolowa. Syn. put an end to. 
Cu'ri-os'i-ty, n. 1. Ke ake nui e ike. 

2. He mea ano e; mea milimili. 

3. He ano mahaoi. 

Cu/ri-ous, adj. 1. Ake e ike. lam 
curious to know, e ake au e ike. 

2. Ano e. A curious thing, lie mea 
ano e. 

3. Mahaoi. Syn. inquisitive. 
Cu'ri-ous-ly, adv. 1. Ma ke ano nie- 


2. Aulii;eleu. 
Curl, v. E milo. A curl of hair, lie milo 




Cur'ly, adj. Pilpli. 

€ar-mtid^eon, n. Kanaka pi ; paakiki, 

Cur'i-en-cy, n. 1. He dala ma ke kana- 
2. Ka hoolaha ana. 

Cur 'rent, adj. 1. E hele nei. The cur- 
rent year x ka makahiki e hele nei. 
2. Lonoia. Current report, ka lono i 

Cur'rent, n. He au. The current of 
time, ke au o ka manawa. 

Cur'rent-ly, adv. Syn. commonly. 

Cur'ri-er, n. Kanaka hooluu ili. 

Cur'ry, v. 1. E hooluu ili holoholona. 

2. E kahi i ka hulu o ka lio. 

3. Curry favor, e hoolaulea. 
Cur'ry-comb, n. Kahi no ka lio. 
Curse, v. E hailiili; e kuamuamu, 
Car'so-ry, adj. Pupuahulu. 

Cur- tail', v. E hoohaiki; e hoopokole. 

Cur'tain, n. Paku'lole. Mosquito cur- 
tain, paku makika. 

Curve, n. He pio; kaha pio. 

Curve, v. E pio; epelu. 

Cush/ion (koosh-un), n. Pela noho; 
i>ela punee. 

Cus'tard, n: Waiu ono i hoomoaia. 

Cus-to'dian, n. Kahu malama. 

Cus'to-dy, n. 1. Ka hoopaahao ana. 
To take into custody, e hoopaahao. 
2. Ka malama ana. The custody of 
wealth, ka malama ana i ka waiwai. 

Cus'toxn, n. 1. Ka mea maa man, 
2. Ke kuai man ana ma kahi hookahi. 
Custom made, hanaia no ke kuai akea 

Cus'toms, n. Ka dute maluna o ka 
waiwai.~_SYN. duties. 

Cfis'tom-a'ry, adj. Maa mau. 

Cus'tom-er, ii. O ka mea kuai. Reg- 

ular customer, mea kuai mau ma keka^- 

hi hale kuai. 
Cus'tom-liduse', n. Hale dute o ke au- 

Cut, v. 1. E oki. Cut with a knife, e 

oki me ka pahi. 

2. E okioki. To cut up in small pieces, 
e okioki liilii. 

3. E kua. To cut down the tree, e kua i 
ka laau. 

4. E moku. Cut a finger, e moku i ka 
manamana lima. 

5. Cut into short pieces, e pohe. 
Cu-ta'ne-ous, adj. Pill i ka ili. Cuia' 

neous disease, mai ma ka ili. 

Cu'ti-ele, n. Ka ili lahilahi owaho loa 
o ke kino. 

Cttt'lass, n. Pahi kaua palahalaha. 

Cutler, n. Kanaka hana mea oki. 

Cut'ler-y, n. Na mea oki. 

C&t'let, n. Apana i-o koala. 

Cut'throat, n. He kanaka pepehi ka- 
naka. » 

Cufting, n. He mea i okiia; he okina. 

C fit' worm, n. He peelua. 

CJy'cle, n. He wa; he au o ka manawa. 

CJyl'iii-der, n. Hej>aukupoepoe. 

^yl-in'dri-cal, adj. Poepoeloihi. 

£ym'bal,n» Pakeleawe; hookani ku- 

CJyn'ic, n m Kanaka opukopekope; ka- 

""naka opuino. 

Cyn'ic-al, adj. Opu inof naaukeemoa, 

fjy'press, n. Laau kupero. 

^ziir (ziir), n. He inoa no ka Emepera 


Cfza-ri'na (zar-e'na), n. He inoa no 

" ka Emepera wahine o Rusia. 

Czar'o-witz (zar-o-wlts), n. He inoa 

" no ka hooilina Moi o Eusia. 


Daft, adj. Pupule; ulala. Syn. in- 
Dag'ger, n. Pahi oi lua. 
Ua-guerre'o-type, n. He kii i paiia i 

ka la ma ke pa keleawe i hoomakau- 

kauia me ka wai dala. 
Dui'ly, adj. Kela me keia la. A daily 

7iewspaper, he nupepa puka la. 
IDain'ti-ly, adv. Me he ono ole la. 
Dain'ty, adj. 1. Ono. A dainty dish, 

he ai ono. 

2. Aulii; maikai. A dainty dress, he 
kapa komo aulii. 

3. Ono ole. A dainty child, he keiki 
ono ole i ka ai. 

Dai/ry, oi. Hale waiho waiu; hana wa- 
iu bata, etc. 

Dai'ry-maid, n. Wahine malama hale 

Dale, 7i. He kahawai uuku. 

Dal'li-ance, n. Ka hoonanea ana; hoo- 
milimili ana. 

Dal'ly, v. E hoonanea; e hoohala ma- 

Bam, ii. 1. He kumulait. 
2. Hepalewai; paku wai. 

Dam'age, n. Poho; poino. Syn. injury. 
Repair damages, e kapili hou i ka mea 
poino. Pay damages, uku i ka poho'. 




Dam'age, v. E hoopoino; e hoopoho'. 

Syn. injure. 
Dame, n. He wahine i mare i ke kane. 
Damn, v. 1. E hoahewa; e hoopai mau 

Dain'na-ble, adj. Oki loa. Syn, 

Dam-na'tion, n. Hoopai mau loa. 
Damp, adj. Ma-u' iki; koekoe; kawau; 

kawakawau, Syn. moist. 
Bamp'er, n. Pani ea no ke kapuahi 

Bamp'ness, n. Kawau. Syn. moist- 
ure; humidity. 
Bam'sel, n. Kaikamahine opio. 
Dance, -y. Ehula;ehaa. 
Banc'er, n. Mea hulahula; mea haa. 
Dan'dle, v. E hoomilimili. 
J)ān'druff,ft. Kepia. 
Ban'dy, n. Kanaka hookahakaha; ka- 
naka hoopulelehua. 
Dan'di-fied, adj. Hookahakahaia. 
Danger, n. Pilikia. 
Dan'ger-oiis, adj. Pilikia; poino. 

dangerous place, he wahi poino. 
Dan'gle, v. E lewa wale. 
Dap'per, adj. TJuku, mikioi nae. A 

dapper man, lie kanaka uuku, mikioi. 
Dap'ple, adj. Kikokiko. Syn. spotted. 
Dare, v. E aa; e kuoo. 
Dar'ing, adj. Kuoo; aa; maka'u ole. 

Syn. fearless; brave. 
Dark, adj. Poeleele; pouli. 
Bark'en, v. 1. E hoopouli; e hoopoe- 

leele. To darken the room, e hoopo- 

eleele I ke keena. 

2. E poeleele mai; e pouliuli mai. 
Dark'ly, adv. Me ka powehiwehi. 
Diirk-ness, n. Ka poeleele; ka pouli. 
Diir'ling, adj. Hiwahiwa; makamae. 
Diirn, v. E po'ho. Darn stockings, e 

po'ho kakini. 
Dart, n. He ihe. 
Dart, v. 1. E anapu. The lightning 

darts, ke anapu nei ka uila. 

2. E lele mama. 
Dash, v. 1. E paki'. Bash to the ground, 

epakii ka lepo. 

2. E poi ; ^opoi. Waves dash on the 
shore, popoi na nalu ma kahakai. 

3. E holo ino. Dash madly on, nolo 
ino aku, 

4. E kakau hikiwawe. Dash off a 
sermon, e kakau hikiwawe i ka haiao. 

5. Dash to pieces, e wawahi liilii. 
Dash, n. 1. Kahamaha. 

2. He kui ana o na kino elua. Syn. 

3. He lele hikiwawe ; holo hikiwawe. 
Syn. onset. To cut a dash, e hookaha- 

Dash'board, n. Ka papa pali omua o 
ke kaa lio. 

Dash'er, n. Laau kui. A butter dasher, 
laau kui waiubata. 

Das'tard, n. He maka'u wale; he mea 
holowale; meahaahaa loa. Syn. pol- 

Da/ta, n. pi. Na loina i ae like ia. 
Date, 1. Ka manawa. Syn. time. The 

date of the coronation, kamanaw a o ka 

poni alii ana. 

2. He hua lou'lu. 
Daub, v. E hapala; ' hoohapala. Syn. 

Daub'er, n. Ka mea hapala. 
Daughter (daw-ter), n. Kaikama- 

Daugh'ter-in-law, n. Hunonawa- 

Daunt, v. E hoomaka'u; hoopuiwa; 

hoomake i ka manaolana, Syn. dis- 
hearten; dismay. 
Daunt'less, adj. Kuoo; wiwo ole. 

Syn. bold; fearless. 
Da'vit, n. Manamanahao maka aoao 

o ka moku, mea huki waapa. 
Daw'dle, v. E hoopau wale i ka ma-> 

nawa; e hoomaunauna manawa. 
Dawn, n. Ke alaula; ka moku ana o 

kapawa. Syn. daybreak. 
Day, n. La. 
Dāy'bot»k, n. Buke kakau mooaieo 

Day'break, n. Syn. dayspring;, dawn. 
Day'light, n. He ao; malamalama o 

Day'star, n. Hoku ao. Syn. morning 

Daz'zle, v. E ohewahewa ka makai 

ka malamalama; e olinolino. 
Daz'zling, adj. Olehaleha ; wa'ka- 

wa'ka; hulili; anapanapa. 
Bea'con, n. Puukuekalesia; diakono. 
Dead, adj. Make loa. The dead, ka 

poe make. 
Dead'en, v. E hoomake; e hoopau. 

To deaden pain, e hoopau i ka eha. 
Dead'ly, adj. 1. Make. Deadly poison, 

laau make. 

2. Imi ola. Deadly enemy, enemi imi 

Deaf, adj. Kuli; lohe ole. 
Deafen, v. E hookuli; kulikuli. 
Deaf mute, n. Kanaka a'a', a kuli no- 
Deafness, n. Ke kuli o ka pepeiao. 
Deal, n. He haawina; he mahele. 
Deal, v. 1. E kalepa ; e kuai. 

2. E hana. Deal kindly with all, e 

hana aloha aku i na mea a pau. 
Beal'er, w. Kanaka kalepa. 
Dear, adj. 1. Hiwahiwa; punahele; 


2. Pii o ke kumukuai. 
Dear'ly, adv. 1. Me ke aloha nui. 

2. Me kanui o kalilo. 
Dearth, (durth), n. Ka wi; ka nele. 

Syn. scarcity. 
Death, n. Kamake. 
Death/bed, n. Ka moe o ka make. 
Death/less, adj. Make ole; ola mau 

Death/war 'rant, ft. Palapala kauoha 

De-biir', v. E pale; e keakea. 




De-base', v. 1. E hoohaahaa. To de- 
base one's self, e hoohaahaa kekahi īaia 


2. E hooemi i ka waiwai. Debase the 

currency, e hooemi i ka waiwai o ke 

dala 1 
De-bate', v. E hoopaapaa; e paio. 
De-bat'er, n. Mea hoopaapaa; mea 

Be-baucli', n. He uhauha; lie inn a 

on a. 
Be-baucli', v. Ehoohaumia; ehoohau- 

Beb'au-cliee', n. Kanaka ona; kanaka 

haumiaT Syn. drunkard; libertine. 
De-bauch'er-y, n; Ka ona; ka hau- 

mia ;" k a uhauha. 
De-bil'i-tate, v. E hoonawaliwāli. 

Syn. enfeeble. 
Be-bil'i-ty, n. Nawaliwali. 
Beb'it, n. Ka aoao aie. To debit, e ka- 

kau ma ka aoao aie. 
De-bris f (da-bree'), n. Lepo opala; 

Bebt(det), n. Aie. 
Bebt'or, n._ Kanaka aie. 
De-but^da-bu'),^ Ka makamua o ka 

hooikeike ana ma ke keaka, a mamua 

o ka lehulehu paha. 
Dee'ade, n. He anahulu. 
Be-ca'dence, n. 1. Ka emi ana. The 

decadence of nations, ka emi ana o na 


2. K a helelei ana; ka popo ana. 
Dee'a-gon, n. Kii huina umi. 
Bec'a-logrue, n. Na kanawai he umi o 

Ke Akua. 
De-«amp', v. 1. E haalele i kahi hoo- 


2. E manuka. Syn. abscond. 
De-cant', v. E ninini akahele. 
Be-can'ter, n. He omole aniani mea 

De-eāp'i-tāte, v. E oki i ke poo. 
Be -cap'i- taction, n. Ke oki ana i ke 

poo L 
De-cay', n. 1. Ka emi ana; ka na- 
waliwali ana. 

2. Ka popo. 
De-cay', v. E popo. 
De-ceased, adj. Make. 
De-cēit', n. Epa; hana hoopunipuni, 

Syn. fraud. 
De-ceit'ful, adj. Epa; hoopunipuni. 

Syn. fraudulent. 
De-ceit'ful-ly, adv. Me ka epa; me 

ka" hoopunipuni. Syn. fraudulently. 
De-ceive', v. E hoopunipuni. 
De-ceiv'er, n. Mea hoopunipuni. 
De-cem'ber, n. Dekemaba. 
De'c e n-cy, n. Ka mea kupono. Syn. 

De'cent, adj. Kupono; kohupono; aka- 

hal. Syn. fit; proper; becoming. 
De'cent-ly, adv. Me ke kupono. Syn. 

properly; becomingly. 
De-cep'tion, n. Syn. deceit. 

Be-cept'ive, adj. 1. Syn. deceitful. 
2. "Maopopo • oie. A deceptive appear- 
ance, he nanaina maopopo ole. 

Be-cide', v. E hooholo manao ; e ma- 
nao paa. 

Be-cid'ed, adj. 1. Kupaa. A decided 
man, he kanaka kupaa. 
2. Hooholoia. It is decided, hooho- 
loia. A decided question, he ninau i 

Be-cid'ed-ly, adv. 1. I'o. Decidedly 
so,*pela io. 

2. Me ka manao paa. To talk de- 
cidedly, e kamailio me ka manao paa. 

Be'ci-mal, adj. Dekimala; pa-urni. 
Decimal fraction, hakina pa-umi. 

Be-cl'plier, v. E wehewehe i na hua- 
olelo i kakau ia ma ke ano huna'. 

Be-cl'sion, n. 1. Ke kupaa o ka ma- 
nao. Syn. firmness. 
2. Ka olelo hooholo. Syn. judge- 

Be~cis'ive, adj. Lanakila. 

Beck, v. E kahiko a nani. Syn. adorn. 

Deck, _n. Oneki; papa hele o ka moku. 

Be-claiin% v. E haiolelo. 

Bec'la-ma'tion, n. He haiolelo i hoo- 

Bec'la-ra'tion, n. He hoolaha. Syn. 

Be-clare', v. E hoolaha; e hai. Syn. 
affirm ; announce. 

Be-clen'sion, n. 1. Ka hoole ana. 
Syn. refusal. 
2. Ka emi ana. Syn. decrease. 

Be-cline', v. E hoole. Syn. refuse. 

2. E aui. The sun is declining, ke aui 
nei ka la. 

3. E emi; e nawaliwali. 
Be-cline', n. Ka emi ana; ka nawali- 
wali ana. Decline of strength, ka emi 
ana o ka ikaika. He is on a decline, ke 
nawaliwali mai nei oia. 

Be-cllv'i~ty, n. He kualapa; lapa; he 

Be-cdc'tion, n. He wai miko ma ka 

baila ana i kekahi mea. 
De'eom-pose', v. E popopo; e palaho. 
Be-com'po-sl'tion, n. Ka popopo; ka 

Bee'o-rate, n. E kahiko a nani, Syn. 

deck; adorn. 
Bec'o-ra'tion, n. 1. Ke kahiko ana a 

maikai. Syn. ornamentation. 

2. He.hoailona o ke kulana hanohano. 
Bec'o-rous, adj. Kupono; akahaL Syn. 

becoming; befitting; seemly. 
Be-eo'rum, n. Ka noho pono ana. 

Syn. dignity. 
Be-coy', v. E hoohalua; e hoopunihei. 
De-coy', n. He halua; he pahele. 
De-crease', n. Ka emi ana. 
De-cree', w. Kauoha; kanawai. Syn. 

De-crep'it, adj. Kolopupu; palalau- 

De-cry', v. E hoohalahala. Syn. dis- 
parage; depreciate. 




Dēd'i-cāte, v. E hoolaa. 
Ded-i-«ā'tion, n. Ka hoolaa ana. 
Ded'i-ca-to-ry, adj. Hoolaa. Dedica- 
tory services, na hana hoolaa. 
De-duce', v. E hoomaopopo mamuli o 

ka noonoo. Syn. infer. 
De-dtiet', v. E hoolawe; hookoe; De- 
duct from the amount, e hoolawe mai ka 
huina. Syn. subtract. 
De-duc'tion, n. 1. Ka hookoe ana. 
2. Ka mea i maopopo. A deduction 
from reasoning, he mea i maopopo ma 
ka noonoo ana. 
Deed, n. 1. Ka mea I hanaia. Syn. act. 

2. Palapala hoolilo waiwai. 
Deem, v. E manao. Syn. think. 
Deep, adj. 1. Hohonu; lipolipo. The 
deep sea, kai hohonu. The deep blue sea, 
ke kai lipolipo. 

2. Poopoo. A deep hole, lua poopoo. 
Deep' en, v. E eli a hohonu ae. 
Deer, n. He dia. 

De-face', v. E hana ino; e hana kolohe. 
Syn/ mar. To deface a book, e kolohe 
i ka buke. 
Def'a-xna'tion, n. Alapahi; paokee. 

Syn. slander; calumny. 
De-fame', v. E alapahi; e akiaki. Syn. 

slander; calumniate. 
De-fault', v. 1. Ke ko ole; ka haule 
wale ana. 

2. Ka hiki kino ole ana imua o ka aha 
De-fault'er, n. Kanaka apuka dala. 
De-feat', v. E hoopio; hooauhuli; hoo- 

auhee. Syn. rout; discomfit. 
De-feet', n. He kina'. 
De-feat'lve, adj. 1. Kina; hemahema. 
Defective work, hana hemahema. 
2. Popo; popopo. A defective tooth, he 
niho nopo. 
De-feiid', v. E pale i ka ino; e hoo- 

malu. Syn. protect. 
De-fend'ant, n. Ka mea ma ka aoao 

pale ma ka hookolokolo. 
De-fend'er, n. Ka mea e pale ana i ka 

De-fense', n, 1. He pale; he pakaiia. 
2. Olelo pale. Make his defense, e hai 
i kana olelo pale. 
De-fense'less, adj. 1. Waiho wale 
me ka hoomalu ole ia. 
2. Lako ole no ke kaua. 
Dē-fēr', v. 1. E hoopanee. Syn. post- 

2. E maliu; e haliu i ka pepeiao. To 
defer to one, e maliu aku i kekahi. 
Def'er-ence, n. 1. Ka maliu ana. Syn. 

2. Ka haawi ana i ka mahalo. 
De-fi'ance, n. Ke ku-e' akena; ka aa 

an a. 
De-fi'cien-cy, n. Ka nele. Make good 
the deficiency, e hoolako mai i ka nele. 
Syn. want. 
De-fi'eient, adj. Nele; lako pono ole. 
Deficient in sense, nele i ka noonoo. 
Syn. wanting. 

Def'i-cit, n. Nele. A deficit in the treas- 
ury, fie nele ma ka waihona dala. 
De- file', v. 1. E hoohaumia; hoohau- 
kae. Syn. corrupt; pollute. 
2. E hele lalani aku. 
De-file', n. 1. He alanui haiki; kahi 

e hele pakahi ai ka poe hele. 
De-fll'er, n. Kanaka hoohaumia. Syn. 

corrupter; polluter. 
De-flle'xnent, n. Ka hoohaumia ana. 

Syn. pollution. Ka mea haumia. 

De-fine', v. 1. E hoomaopopo. Define 

boundaries, e hoomaopopo i na palena. 

2. E wehewehe. Define a word, e we- 

hewehe i ka hua olelo. 

Def'i-nite, adj. Maopopo. Syn exact. 

Def'i-nite-ly, adv. Maopopo. Tell me 

definitely, e hai maopopo mai ia'u. 
Def-i-ni'tion, n. Ka wehewehe ana o 

ka hua olelo. 
De-flecf, v. E aui ae mai ka pololei. 
De-flee'tion, n. Ka aui ana mai ka po- 
De-formed', adj. Hapakue. Syn. crip- 
De-fraud', v. E apuka. Syn. cheat. 
De-fraud'er, n. Kanaka apuka. Syn. 

De-fray', v. E hookaa. Defray ex- 
penses, e hookaa i na lilo. 
De-fun«t% adj. Make loa. Syn. dead. 
De-fy', v. E aa aku. 
De-gen'er-a-cy, n. Ka hoi ana ihope. 
De-gen'er-ate, adj. Hoi hope. A de- 
generate race, he lahui hoi hope. 
Deg'ra-da'tion, n. Ka hoohaahaa ana. 
De-grade', v. E. hoohaahaa i ke ku- 

De-grad'ed, adj. Haahaa loa. 
De-gree', n. 1. Ke kulana hanohano 

i haawiia mai ke kula nui. 
De'i-fy, v, E hoo-Akua. 
Deign (dāne),'% E maliu; e ae. 
De'i-ty, n. Akua. The Deity, Ke Akua. 
De-jeet'ed, adj. 1. Poho'ka manao; pan 
ke aho; pilihua. Syn. discouraged; 
cast down. 

2. Paumako. Syn. down-hearted; 
De-jee'tion, n. Poho' o ka manao; pau- 
mako. Syn. sadness; melancholy. 
De-lay', v. E hoohakalia. Syn. pro- 
De-lay', n. Hakalia; lolohe. 
De-lee'ta-lble, adj. Onoono; mikomi- 

ko. Syn. delicious. 
Del'e-gate, v. E hooili ia hai. To dele- 
gate authority, e hooiiiia hai ka mana. 
DeFe-gate, n. 1. Ka mea i wae ia; ka 
me i haawiia ka mana. 
2. Lunamakaainana. 
Del'e-ga'tion, n. Ka poe i kohoia. 
The Kilo delegation, ka poe i kohoia 
no Hilo. Syn. deputation. 
Del'e-te'ri-ous, adj. Hoopoino. Bad 
air is deleterious to the health, hoopoino 
ke ea ino i ke ola. 




De-lib'er-ate, v. E noonoo pono; e 
poonoo. Syn. consider. 

De-lib'er-ate-ly, adv. Akahele; me ka 

De-lib'er-a'tion, n. 1. Noonoo aka- 

Del'i-cate, adj. Palupalu. 

De-li'cious, adj. Ono loa; mikomiko. 

De-Hght', n. Ka hauoli; ka olioli ka 

De-līght'ful, adj. Hauoli piha; lea 

De-lin'e-ate, v. 1. E kahakaha. Syn. 

2. E hoike lea. To portray before you, 
e hoike lea imua on. 

De-lin'e-a'tion, n. 1. Ke kahakaha 
2. Ka hoike lea ana. 

De-lm'e-a-tor, n. Mea nana e kaha- 

De-lm'quen-cy, n. Kanele i ka hooko. 

De-lin'quentr n. Mea e ko ole ana i 
kona pono. 

De-llr'i-oiis, adj. Auwana o ka noo- 
noo ; pupule. 

Be-lir-i-um, n. Ka auwana hewa o ka 

De-lir'iim tre'mens, n. Ka mai pu- 
pule no ka ona. 

De-liv'er, v. 1. E hoopakele. Syn. 

2. E haawi iloko o ka lima. To deliver 
up to the law K e haawi iloko o ka lima o 
ke kanawai. 

3. E haawi. To deliver a speech, e ha- 
awi i haiolelo. 

Be-liv'er-ance, n. Ka hoopakele ana. 

Syn. freedom. 
De~liv'er-er, n. Mea nana e hoopakele. 
De-liv'er-y, n. 1. Ka hoopakele ana. 

2. Ka haawi ana. Delivery of letters, 

ka haawi ana i na palapala. 
Bell, n. Kahawai uuku. Syn. dale. 
Del'ta, n. Aina mawaena o na nuku o 

ka muliwai. 
De-lude', v. E alakai hewa; e hoopu- 

niwale. Syn. mislead. 
Del'tigre, n. He wai nui. The Deluge, 

ke Kai-a-kahinalii. 
Del'uge, v. 1. E kahe nui. 

2. E paapu loa mai. Deluged with 

work, paapu loa mai ka hana. 
De-lu'sion, n. He mea alakai hewa i 

ka noonoo; manao kuhi hewa. 
De-lu'slve, adj. Alakai hewa. 
Delve, v. E eli me ka oo; me ke kopala. 
De-mand', v. E kaohi; e koi; ekauoha. 
De'naar-ka'tion, n. Line of demarka- 

tion, palena. 
De-mean'or, n. Ke ano oka noho 

ana. Syn. deportment; behavior. 
De-men t-ed, adj. Pupule. Syn. crazy. 
Dem'i-john, n. He i-e aniani nui. 
De-mo€'ra-cy, n. Lahui; aupuni o 

ka lahui. 
De-mtfl'ish, v. E hoohiolo; e kulai; 

e wawahi. 

Dena'o-li'tion, n. Ka hoohiolo ana; ka 
wawahi ana. 

De'mon, n. Daimonio. 

De-mo'ni-ac, n. Mea i uluhia i ka 

Dem'on-strate, v. 1. Ewehewehe;e 

Dem/on-stra'tion, n. 1. Ka wehe- 
wehe ana. 

2. Ka hoakaka ana. A public demon- 
stration, ka hooakaka ana ma ke akea. 

Dem'on-stra'tor, n. Ka mea nana e 

De-mor'al-i-za'tion, n. Ka auhuli 
ana o ka noho kuonoono. 

De-mor'al-Ize, v. 1. E hooauhuli i 
ke kuonoono. 
2. E hoopilihua; hoopuiwa. 

De-mur, v. 1. E kanalua; e haohao. 
Syn. hesitate. 
2. Eanoni; anoninoni. 

De-mure', adj. Ano noho malie. 

Den, n. Lua holoholona. 

De-nl'al, n. He hoole. 

Den'i-zen, n. He haole i hooku'paia. 

De-ndm'i-na'tion, n. 1. Inoa. 
2. Aoao hoomana. Syn. sect. 

De-nom''tor, n. Ka mahele o ka 
hakina. _ Common denominator, mahe- 
le pili like. Least common denomina-' 
tor, mahele pili like emi loa. 

De-note', v. E hoike. Syn. indicate; 

De-n6unce, v. E hoopii; e hoahewa. 

Dense, adj. Paa; paapu. Syn. com- 

Den'si-ty, n. Ke ano paa o kekahi mea. 

Dent, n. He kuma. 

Den'tal, adj. Pili i ka niho. 

Den'ti-frice, n. Lepo anae niho. 

Den'tist, n. Kanaka hana niho. 

Den'tist-ry, n. Ka oihana hana niho. 

De-nude', v. E hoonele. 

De-ny', v. E hoole. 

De-part', v. E hele aku. 

De-part'nient, n. He mahele. A de- 
partment of business, he mahele o ka 
oihana. Primary department, ka ma- 
hele kumumua o ke kula. 
De-part'ure, n, Ka hele an'aku; ka 

haalele ana. 
De-pend', v. 1; E kalele; e hilinai. 
Syn. rely. Depend on yourself, e hili- 
nai oe ia oe iho. 

2. E kali. It depends on the truth of the 
statement, ke kali nei kela no ka oiaio 
o ka haina. 
De-pend'ence, n. Ka hilinai; kapau- 

lele. Syn. reliance. 
De-pend'ent, adj. Hilinai. 
De-piet', v. 1. Syn. delineate; portray. 
2. E hoike lea mai. Depict a scene; 

portr&y a scene, e hoike lea mai no ke- 
kahi nanaina. 
De-plor'a-ble, adj. Oki loa. A de- 
plorable state of affairs, oki loa ka hana. 

Syn. lamentable. 




De-plōre', v, 1. E kumakena. Syn. 


2. E minamina. 
De-po'nent, n. He hoike ma ke ka- 

kau ana. 
De-pop'u-late, v. E hooneoneo ka 

ainai kanaka. 
De-port'ment, n. Ke ano o ka noho 

ana._ Syn. behavior. 
De-pose', v. 1. E hoopau; hoohemo; 

waiho. Depose from office, e hoohemo 

mai kaoihana. 

2, E hoohiki ma ka palapala. 
De-p6s-if , v. 1. Elioomoe. Deposit 

money in the bank, e hoomoe dala ma 

ka "baneko. 

2. E waiho. Deposit money with you, 

e waiho i dala me oe. 
Dep'o-sl'tion, n. 1 Ka hoohemo 

ana mai ka oihana. 

2. Ka olelo hoike i kakauia a hoohi- 

kiia. Syn. affidavit. 
De~p6s'i-to-ry, n. Hewaihona. A 

book depository, he wainona buke. 
De-pot' (de-po'), n. Hale waiho uka- 

na. Railroad depot, hale waiho ukana 

o ke alanui hao. 
De-praved, adj. Haumia loa; lilo loa 

i ka hewa. Syn. corrupt. 
De-prav'i-ty, n. Ka haumia; ka ho- 

honu o ka hewa. Syn. corruption. 
Dep're-eate, v. 1. E pulehoopale. 

2. E minamina. Syn. regret. 
De-pre'ci-ate, v. 1 E hooemi i ka 


2. E hoowaha'waha'. 
Dep're-da'tion, n. 1. Ka hao ana. 

2. Ke komo hewa ana. Depredations 

of cattle, ke komo hewa ana o na bipi. 
De-press 7 , v. 1. E hookaumaha i ka 


2. E hooemi ; e hoohaahaa. 
De-pres'sion, n. 1. Kaumaha o ka 


2. Wahi poopoo iki. 
Dep'ri-va'tion, n. 1. Ka hoonele ana. 

2. Ka nele. 
De-prive', v. E hoonele. 
Depth., n. Hohonu; poopoo. 
Dep-u-ta'tion, n. He poe i waeia no 

kekahi hana. Syn. delegation. 
De-pute', n. E koho; e wae; e hoonoho 

i hope. 
Dep'u-ty, n. He hope. Deputy Sheriff, 

Hope makai nui. 
De-range', v. 1. E hoohuikau. 

2. E hoolilo i pupule. 
De-ranged', adj. 1. Pupule. Syn. 


2. Hoohuikau. 
De-rajDtge'nient, n. 1. Ka huikau. 

2. Ka lilo ana i pupule. Syn. insanity. 
Der-e-llc'tion, n. Ka haalele loa. Syn. 

De-ride', v. E loiloi; akaaka henehene. 

Syn. ridicule; taunt. 
De-ris'ion, n. Loiloi; henehene. Syn. 



De-rī'sive, adj. Henehene. Derisive 

laughter, akaaka henehene. 
Der'i-va'tion, n. Ka hookumti ana. 

Derivation of a word, ka hookumu ana o 

ka olelo. 
De-rive', v. 1. E loaa. Derive benefit, 

e loaa i ka pomaikai. 

2. Mai. Syn. from. Hawaiian words de- 
rived from the English, na hua olelo Ha- 
waii mai ka olelo Beritania mai. 
De-rog'a-to-ry, adj. Kupono ole; ku-e'. 
Der'riek, n. Mikini hapai mea kau- 
De-scend', v. E iho. 
De-scend'ant, n. He mamo. 
De-scent', n. 1. Ks iho'na. 

2. Of Hawaiian descent, no ke kuauhau 

De-serlbe', v. E hoike ano; e kuhi- 

De-serip'tlon, n. He hoike ano. 
De-serrpf ive, adj. Kuhikuhi ano. A 

descriptive catalogue, he papa kuhikuhi 

De-scry, jy. E ike ma kahi mamao aku. 
Des'e-crate, v. E hoohaumia i na mea 

Des'e-cra'tion, n. Ka hoohaumia ana 

i na mea laa. Desecration of the Sabbath, 

ka hoohaumia ana i ka la Sabati. 
De-serf, v. E haalele wale; e mahuka. 

Syn. abandon ; forsake. 
De-serf, n. Ka hua o ka hana. lie will 

get his deserts, e loaa ana iaia na hua o 

kana hana. 
Des'ert n,. He waoakua; aina neoneo. 
De-sert'er, n. Mea mahuka. A deserter 

from the army, he koa mahuka. 
De-ser'tion, n. Ka mahuka ana; ka 

haalele wale ana. 
De-serve', v. E pono ke loaa. 
De-ierv'ing, adj. Ku pono ke loaa. 
De-sid'e-ra'tum, n. Ka mea kupono 

De-sīgn', v. 1. E noonoo e mamua; e 

manao. Syn. intend. 

2. E kaha i kii mea hoike ano. 
De-sīgn', n. 1. He noonoo; he manao. 

Syn. intention. Evil designs, na noo- 
noo ino. 

2. He kii hoike ano. 
Des'ig-nate, v. E kuhikuhi. Syn. point 

out; indicate. 
Des'ig-na'tion, n. Ke kuhikuhi ana. 
De-sign'ed-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo e 

De-slgn'er, n. 1. Mea noonoo a kakau 

i kii o ka mea i manaoia. 

2. A designer of evil, kanaka i noonoo i 

ka mea kewa. 
De-slgn'ing, adj. Maalea. A designing 

man, he kanaka maalea; he kanaka 

noonoo i na mea hewa. 
De-sir'a-ble, adj. Ku i ka makemake; 

De-sire', v. 1. E makemake. Syn. 


2, To desire greatly, e ake nui ; e iini. 




De-sīre', n. Ka makemake; ke kuko. 

2. Evil desires, na kuko ino. Syn. evil 

De-slr'oiis, adj. Ake nui; iini. Syn. 

De-sist', v. U'oki; e hooid; e hoopau. 

Desk, n. Pahu palapala. 

Des'o-late, adj. Neoneo; mehameha. 

Des'o-la'tioii, n. Ka hooneanea ana. 

Des-pair., n. Ka pio ana o ka'manao 

Des-patcii/, v. 1. E hooko me ka ma- 
ma. See dispatch. 
2. E hoou'na. 

Des'per-a'do, n. He kanaka hehena. 
Syn. madman. 

Des'per-ate, adj. 1. Polio' loa. A des- 
perate state of affairs, poho' loa o ka no- 
ho ana. 

2. Make ka manaolana. A desperate man, 
he kanaka i make kona manao lana. 

3. Aa makehewa. Syn. rash; head- 

Des'per-a'tion, n. Ka poho' loa ana o 
ka manao. Driven to desperation, kao- 
hiia a poho' loa ka manao. 

Des'pi-ea-Me, adj. Pupuka; haahaa 
loa. Syn. contemptible. 

De-splse', v. E hoowaha'waha'; e hoo- 
pailua ma ka naau. Syn. disdain. 

Des-poil', v. E hao wale; e pakaha 
wale; e powa'. Syn. rob. 

De~spond', v. E pan ke aho; e make 
ka manao 

De-spond'en-cy, n. Ka make o ka ma- 

De-spond'ent, adj. Manao poho'. 

Des'pot, n. Mea e ko ana me ke kana- 
wai ole; alii lokoino. Syn. tyrant. 

Des'pot-ism., n. Ka mana o ka lima 

Des-sert', n. Na mea ono i kau hope ia 
ma ka papa aina, no ka aina awakea. 

Des'ti-iia'tion, n. Wahi e hele ai. 

Des'ti-ny, n. Ka hopena. Mankind have 
a common destiny, he hopena like ko ka- 

Des'tine, v. 1. E wae ; e koho. 
2. E hookaawale. Destined to learn a 
trade, hookaawaleia e ao i kekahi oi- 

Des'ti-tute, adj. Nele; hune. 

Des'ti-tu'tion, n. Ka nele; ka hune. 

De-stroy', v. t. E luku; e hoopoino. 

De-stroy'er, n. Ka mea nana e luku. 

De-striie'tion, n. He make; hepoino; 
he luku. 

Des'ul-to-ry, adj. Kumu ole; lele wa- 
le. A desultory remark, he olelo kumu 
ole. Desultory reading, heluhelu lele 
wale i o ianei. 

De tacli', n. E hookaawale ae; e wehe 
ia. Syn. separate. 

De-tach'ment, n. 1. He mahele. A 
detachment of soldiers, he mahele o ka 
puali koa. 
2. Ka hookaawale ana. 

De-tail', V. 1. Ekuhikuhi; e koho. To 
detail boys to sweep, e koho i mau keiki 
e pulumi. 
2. E hai liilii mai. 

De'tails, n. pi. Na mea liilii. To give 
the details, e hai mai i na mea liilii. 

De-tain, v. E aua; e keakea; e kaohi. 
My father detained me, aua kuu makua- 
kane ia'u. 

De-teet, v. 1. E hoomohala i ka hewa, 
2. E hoomohala i ka mea i huna'ia. 

De-tee'tion, n. Ka hoomaka'kiu ana. 

De-teef Ive, n. He makai hoomaka'kiu. 

De-ten'tion, n. Ka aua ana; ka hoopaa 
ana; ke kaohi ana. 

De~ter', v. E kaohi; e keakea. Deterred 
from comijig, keakea ia ka hele ana mai. 
Syn. hinder._ 

De-te'ri-o-rate, v. Eemi. To deteriorate 
in value, e emi ma ka waiwai. Syn. de- 

De-tēr'mi-nā'tion, n. 1. Ka manao 

2. Ka hooholo ana. Syn. establish- 
ment. Establishment of boundaries, ka 
hooholo ana i na palena aina. 

De-ter'mine, v. 1. E manao paa. Syn, 
resolve; decide. 

De-ter'mined, adj. Onipaa; wiwo ole. 
A determined stand for the truth, ku oni- 
paa no ka oiaio. 

De-test, v. E hoopailua ma ka naau. 
Syn. abhor. 

De-test'a-ble, adj. Hoopailuaia. Syn. 

De'tes-ta'tion, n. Ka hoopailua ma ka 
naau. Syn. abhorrence. 

De-tlirone', v. E kipaku mai ka noho 

De-tract', v. 1. E hooemi. Detract from 
the value of a thing, e hooemi i ka wai- 
wai o kekahi mea. 

2. E hoohaahaa. Detract from the char- 
acter, e hoohaahaa i ke kulana, 

De-trae'tion, n. Alapahi; paokee. 

Def ri-ment, n. Hekumupoho; kumu 
keakea. A detriment to progress, he ku- 
mu keakea no ka holo mua. 

Det'ri-ment'al, adj. Keakea. 

Dev'aa-tate, v. E hoonea; hooneoneo 

Dēv'a»-tā'tion, n. Ka hoonea ana; ka 
luku ana. 

De-vel'op, v. E homohaia. To develop 
the intellect, e hoomohala i ka noonoo. 

De-veFop-ment, n. Ka hoomohala ana. 

Dē'vi-āte, v. E aui ae; e huli ae. 

De'vi-a'tion, n. Ka aui ana; ka huli ana. 

De-vice', n. He mea i noonooia. Syn. 

Dev'il, n. He diabolo. 

Dev'il-isli, adj. Ano lokoino loa; ano 
diabolo. SYN.diabolical; fiendish. 

De'vi-o&s, adj. Pakaawili; kuawili; 
keekee. Syn. crooked. 

De-vise, v. 1. E hana mamuli o ka 
2. E hooilina waiwai. 




Dev-is-ee', n. Ka hooilina. Syn. leg- 

De-vis'or, n. Ka mea nana e hooilina 

De-void', adj. Nele. Devoid of reason, 
nele i ka noonoo. 

De-volve', v. 1. E ili. It devolves on 
me, ke ili nei ia mea maluna o'u. 
2. E hooili. 

De-vote', v. E hoolilo. To devote time, 
e hoolilo i manawa. To devote one's self 
to study, e hoolilo kekahi iaia iho i ka 
imi naauao. 

De-vot'ed, adj. Pili aloha. 

De-vo'tion, n. 1. Ka hoolaa ana; hoo- 
lilo loa ana. Syn. consecration. 

2. He aloha nui. Syn. affection. 

3. Ka pili aloha ana aku. 
Be-Tour, v. 1. E hoonuu. Devour food, 

e hoonuu ai. 

2. E luku. To devour the land, e luku 

i ka aina. Syn. devastate. 
De-vout, a<2/. Haipule; pono; akahai; 

Syn. pious; reverent. 
Dew, n. Hau; kehau. 
Dex-ter'i-ty, n. Ke akamai o ka lima. 

Syn. skill. 
Dex'ter-oiis, adj. Akamai; noeau ma 

na hana o ka lima. Syn. skilful; ex- 
Di'a-bol'ie-al, ndj. Syn. devilish. 
Di'a-dem, n. Lei alii; kaei poo. 
Dl-aer'e-sis, n He hoailona (* *) i kau 

ia i mea e hookaawale i na leo o kekahi 

mail hua palapala. 
Dl'ag-no'sis, n. Ka imi ana no ke ano 

o ka mai. 
Di-ag'o-nal, n. He kaha hi-o'. 
Di-ag'o-nal-ly, adv. Lepe; panaiiki. 
Dl'a-gram, n. He kii matematika. 
Dl'al, n. Pa kuhikuhi hora. 

Sun dial, he pa kuhikuhi hora no ka la. 
Dl'a-leet, n. Ke ano o ka olelo ma kau 

wahi o ka aina, i ano e mai ke kau wa- 

hi aku. 
Dl'a-logue, n. He olelo kike'. 
DI-ar»'e-ter, n. Ana waena. 
Dia-mond, n. He daimana; he momi. 
Di'ap-er, n. He pale no ke keiki. 
Dl'a-phragm (fram), n. 1. He pale 

mawaena o ka opu. 

2. He pale puka iloko O ka ohe na'na'. 
Dl'ar-rbe'a, n. He hi. 
Dl'a-ry, n. Buke kakau la. 
Dictate, v. 1. E hai waha a na hai e ka- 

2. Ekauoha; ekaohi. Syn. command. 

3. The dictates of reason, na kauoha o 
ka noonoo. 

Die-ta'tion, n. 1. Ka hai ana o ka 


2. He kauoha. 
Die-ta'tor, n. He poo aupuni nana ka 

mana a pau ]oa. 
Die-ta'tor-shlp, n. Ka oihana O ka 

Dle'tion-a'ry, n. Buke unuhi huaolelo. 
Die, v. E make. 

Dī' et, n. Ka ai o ke kanaka. To diet, e 
pakiko ai. 

Differ, v. 1. E like ole kela me keia. 
2. E okoa. Jits thought differs from 
mine, he okoa kona manao i ko'u. 

Dif fer-ence, n. Like ole. 

Dif fer-ent, adj. 1. Okoa; ano e. 
2. Kela ano keia ano. Syn. various. 

Dif fer-ent-ly, adv. Ma ke ano e. 

Dif fi-eult, adj. 1. Oolea; paakiki. A 
difficult question, he ninau paakiki. 
2. Pilikia. A difficult place, he wahi 

Dif fi-eul-ty, n. Pilikia. 

Dif'fi-dence, n. Ke kanalua o kekahi 
nona ihofka hopohopo. 

Dif-fi-dent, adj. Hopohopo. Syn, 

Diffuse, v. E hoolaha; e hohola. Syn. 
disseminate. Spread abroad; to diffuse 
knowledge, e hohola i ka ike. 

Dif-fu'siom, n. Ka hoolaha ana; ka 
hohola ana. Syn. dissemination. 

Dig:, v. E eli; e kohi. 

Di-gest', v. 1. E hoowali i ka ai iloko 
o ka opu. 

2. E noonoo pono ma ka naau. To di- 
gest a thought, e noo pono i ka manao; e 

Digest, n. He huina nui o na mea i 
noonooia. Syn. compendium; sum- 
mary. A digest of the laws, he buk^ hu- 
ina nui o na kanawai. 

Di-g-est/i-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoowaliia. 

Di-ges'tion, n Ka hoowali ana o ka 
ai iloko a ka opu. 

Dig'it, n. 1. He ana; ekolu hapaha, o 
ka iniha. 

2. kekahi o na hua helu. 

3. He hapa-12 o ka ana waena o ka La, 
a o ka mahina. 

Dig/ni-fied, adj. Hanohano; hiehie; 

Dig/ni-fy, v. E hoohanohano; e hoo- 

hiehie. _ 
Dig/ni-ta'ry, n. He kanaka ma ke ku~ 

lanakiekie; kulana hanohano. 
Dig'ni-ty, n._ He hanohano; hiehie. 
Dl'grapb. (di'grraf), n. Elua huapala- 

pala me hookahi nae leo; e laa, ea ma 

Di-g^ress', v. E auwana ; e aui ae. Syn. 

deviate; wander from. To digress fro, n 

the subject, e auwana aku mai ke kumu 

Di-gres'sion'Ti. Ka aui ana; ka hull 

ana mai ka pololei. Syn. deviation. 
Dike, n. 1. He auwaha. Syn. ditch. 

2. He ahua lepo; paku lepo. 
Di-lāp'i-dāt'ed, adj. Helelei. Syn. 

tumble down. A dilapidated house, he 

hale helelei, 
Di-lap'i-da/tion, n. Ka helelei ana o 

ka mea i kukuluia. 
Di-late', v. 1. E hoomahuahua olelo. 

2. E kaakaa i ka maka. 
Dil'a-to-ry, adj. Lolohi; loiele; haka- 





Di-lēm'ma, n. Na pilikia elua. To he 

in a dilemma, c ku mawaena o na pili- 
kia elua. 
Dil/i-gence, n. 1. Ka makaala ; ka hoo- 


2. Kaa lawe ohua ma Farani. 
Dil/i-gent, adj. Hooikaika; makaala. 
DiPi-grent-ly, adv. Me ka hooikaika. 
Di-lute', v. 1. E kakale'; e kaa will a 

lahilahi. Syn. to thin. 

2. E kaawili me ka wai t i emi ka ikaika. 
Di-lut'ed, adj. Kakale'. Thinpoi,j)oi 


2. Kaawiliia i emi ka ikaika. 
Dim, adj. Powehiwehi; inolehulehu. 
Dim, v. E hoqpowehiwehi. 
Dime, n. He dime; tie kenikeni. 
Di-xtien'sions, ft. pi. Ke ana owaho o 

kekahi kino. Syn. size. 
. Di-min'ish, v. E hooemi; e kanahae. 

Syn. decrease; lessen. 
Dim'i-nu'tion, n. Ka emi ana. Syn. 

Di-min'u-tive, adj. Poupou; a'a'; lii- 

Dina'ly, adv. Powehiwehi; akakaole. 
Dim'ple, n. Mino. 
Din, n.&e nakeke; nakulukulu; kamu- 

mu. Syn. clangor. 
Dine, v. 1. E ai i ka aina awakea. 

2. E haawi i ka aina awakea. 
Din'gry, adj. Paele; ekaeka. 
Din'ner, ri. Aina awakea; ka aina nui 

oka la. 
Dl'o-cese, n. Ke kihapai o ka bihopa. 
Dip, v, 1. E kioe. Dip up water, e kioe 


2. E hoo-u'. Dip into water, e hoo-u' 
iloko o ka wai. 

3. E hoo-o'. To place in water, e hoo-o' 
iloko o ka wai. 

4, E komo. To dip the oar into the wa- 
ter, e komo ka hoe iloko o ka wai. 

5, To dip the colors, e huki ilalo a iluna 
i ka hae, ma ke ano e hoohanohano. 

Dipli-the'ri-a, n. He mai weliweli o 
ka puu. 

Dipli'tliongr, n. Leo hui o na leo kumu 

Di-plo'ma, n. 1. Palapala hoohanoha- 

2. Palapala apono, mai ke kula nui 

Di-plo'ma-cy, n. Ke kuka' ana" ma- 
waenaona"aupuni; oihana kuka' au- 

Dlp'lo-mat'ic, adj. No ke kuka' ana o 
na aupuni. 

Di-plo'ma-tist, n. Kanaka akamai ma 
ka oihana kuka' me na aupuni. 

Dip'per, d. He apu kioe. 

Dire, adj. Weliweli. Syn. dreadful. 

Di-reetf', adj. Moe pololei. The direct 
road, ke alanui moe pololei. 

pi-reet, v. E kuhikuhi; e hoopololei. 

Di-re«'tion, n. 1. Ka moe ana. An 
eastern direction, e moe ana i ka hikina. 
2. Ka hooponopono ana. To take the 

direction of affairs, e hapai i ka hoopo- 
nopono ana o na hana. 
3. Loina; kuhikuhi ana. According to 
directions, e like me ke kuhikuhi ana. 

Di-reet'ly, adv. A no' Syn. imme- 
diately. To go directly, e hele a no'. 

Di-reet'or, n. Luna hooponopono. 

Di-rē€'to-ry, n. 1. Buke kuhikuhi i 
kela me keia mea. 
2. He poe luna hooponopono. 

Dirg-e, n. Kanikau. 

Dirk, n. He pahi hou aku. 

Dirt, n. Lepo. 

Dirt'y, n. Lepo; paele; paumaele. 

Dis'a-bil'i-ty, n. Ka hiki ole. 

Dis-a'ble, v. E hoonele i ka hiki. 

Dis'a-buse', v. E hoopololei i ke kuhi- 

Dis'ad-van'tag-e, n. 1. Mea pomaikai 

2. - To take at a disadvantage, e loaa ilo- 
ko o ka pilikia. 

Dis'af-feet'ed, adj. Ohumu wale; ano 

Dis'a-gree', v. 1. Kulike ole ka ma- 

2. Kuponoole. The food disagrees with 
him, kupono ole ka ai iaia. 

Dis'a-gree'a-ble, adj. Kohu ole; olu- 
olu ole. Disagreeable day, he la oluolu 
2. Malailena. Syn. unpalatable. 

Dis'a-gree'ineiit, n. 1. Ka lokahi ole; 
ka mokuahana. 
2. Ke kupono ole. 

Dis'al-low', v. E. ae ole; e hoole. 

Dis'ap-pear', v. E nalo aku. 

Dis'ap-pear'arace, n. Ka nalo ana'ku. 

Dis'ap-point/, v. E hoohoka i ka ma- 

Dis'ap-point'ment, v Ka hoka o ka 

Dis-āp'pro-bā/ti<m, n. Ka manao apo- 
no ole. 

Dis-ap-prov'al, n. Ka apono ole; ka 
ahewa ana. 

Dis'ap-prove', v. E hoahewa. 

Dis-arm'/i;. E hoonele i na mea e eha 
ai. ** 
2. E waiho i na mea kaua. 

Dls'ar-range', v. E waiho huikau; e 
hoohuikau i ka hoonoho ana. Syn. dis- 

Dis'ar-rangre'ment, n. Ka huikau o 
ka waiho ana. 

Dis-as'ter, n. Popilikia; poino. Syn. 

Dis-as'trons adj. Poino. 

Dis'a-vow', n. E hoole pale; ka hoole; 
e ae ole. Syn. disallow. He disavows 
the theft, ke hoole pale nei oia i ka ai- 
hue ana. 

Dis-band', v. E hookuu loa. To dis- 
band an army, e hookuu loa i ka pua- 
li koa, 

Dis-burse', v. E mahele aku; e haawi. 
Syn. distribute; dispense. To disburse 
charities, e mahele aku i na manawalea. 


Dis-"b«.rse'ment, n. Kamahelean'aku. 

Dis-eard', v. 1. E haalele loa. To dis- 
card strong drink, e haalele loa i ka wai 

2. E kiola aku. To discard bad fruit, 
e kiola aku i na Ima ai palaho'. 

Bis-cern', <y. E hoomaopopo; e noo- 
noo pono. Syn. discriminate. 

Dis-cern'ing, adj. Noonoo pono. Syn. 
discriminating; sagacious. 

Bis-cern'ment, n. Noonoo; ka noo- 
noo~kaupaona like. Syn. judgement; 

Bis-cliarge', v. E hookmi loa. To dis- 
charge a workman, e hookmi loa i ka 

2. E hoolei ukuna. To discharge a 
ship, e hoolei i ka ukana o ka moku. 

3. Ekipu. Syn. fire; shoot. 

4. E hookaa. To discharge a debt, e 
hookaa i ka aie. 

5. E hooko. To discharge a duty, e 
hooko i kekahi pono. Syn. fulfil. 

6. E hookahe. To discharge water, e 
hookahe wai. 

Bis-cl'ple, n. He haumana. Syn. fol- 
Bis'ci-plin-a'ri-aii, n. Mea hoomalu 

Bls'ci-pline, n. Ka malu pono. 
Bis-elaim', v. E hoole; e hoole me ka 

Bis-close', v, E hoike akea; e wehe ae. 

Syn. reveal. 
Dis-€oFor, v. E hoo-ano e i ka wai hoo- 

Dis-com'fort, n. Ka inea o ka noho 

ana; ka haiki o ka noho'na. 
Bis'eom-mode', v. E hoopilikia. 
Bis'com-pese', v. E hoopihoihoi; e 

Bis'eon-cert', v. E hoopilihua; hoo- 
Bis'eon-meet', v. E hookaawale; e hoo- 

hemo ; e kala. 
Bis-«6ii'so-late, adj. Mehameha ma ka 

naau; kaumaha; maha ole makanaau. 
Bis'eon-tent/ed, adj. Maha ole; ohu- 

mu wale. 
Dis'eon-tln'Tie, v. E kapai ae; e hoo- 

BIs'eord, n. Huahua'; hakaka; aume- 

ume. Syn. dissention; strife. 
Bis'«ount, n. Uku hooemi. 
Bls-coim/te-naiice, v. E maliu ole; e 

hoohewa. Syn. disapprove. 
Bis-eour'age, v. E hoomake manao; e 

paupauaho; e manaka'. 
Bis~eowr'age-ment, n. Kamanaka'; 

paupauaho; ka make o ka manao. 
Discourse, n. He kamailio; he haio- 

Bis-€oūr'te-o&s, adj. Niha; keemoa; 

nainai. Syn. uncivil. 
Dis-eov'er, v. E ike mua; e loaa ma- 

muli o ka noonoo. 
Bis-cov'er-er, n. Ka mea ike mua. 
Bis~cdv'er-y, n. Ka ike mua ana. 

BIs-«red'it, n. 1. Hilahila. Idleness 
is a discredit, he mea hilahila ka molo- 
wa. Syn. disgrace. 
2. Manaoio ole. 
Dis~«red'it-a-ble, adj. 1. Ku ole i ka 

2. Kupono ole. Discreditable compa7i~ 
ions, na hoa kupono ole. 
Bis-creet/, adj. Noeau; noonoo; aka- 

hele. Syn. cautious. 
Bis-crep'an-ey , n. Ka like ole o na ole- 
ic elua. 
Bis-€rē'tion, n. Noonoo akahele. Syn. 

Bis-«rim'i-nate, v. E noonoo pono no 
kela me keia. Syn. discern; distin- 
Bis-erim'i-na'tion, n. Ka noonoo kau- 

paona like. Syn. discernment. 
Bis~eiiss', v. E noonoo pu. Syn. debate. 
Bis-«us'sion, n. Ka noonoo pu ana; he 

Bis-dain', n. Haaheo; hookano. g&N. 

Bis-ease', n. Mai. 
Bls'ein-'bark', v. E hoopae'; e lele iu- 

Bis'en-eiim/foer, v. E kiola i ke kau- 
maha; ekala i ke kumu keakea. 
Bis'en-gage'', v. E kala i ka hihia; e 

wehe i ka hihia. Syn. extricate. 
Bis'en-gaged', adj. 1. Kaawale. The 
house is disengaged, ua kaawale ka hale. 
Syn. vacant. 

2. Kaawale; hana ole. Syn. at leisure. 
Bis-en-tan'gle, v. E wehe i ka hihia. 
Bis-fa'vor, n. Maliu ole; ku-e' ka ma- 
Bis-f Ig'ure, v. E hoinoino. Syn. mar. 
Bis-fran'cliise, v. E lawe i na pono 

Bls-grace', n. Hilahila; inoa ino. Syn. 

shame ;" ignominy. 
Bis-grace'ful, adj. Hilahila maoli; 
haukaeloa. Syn. shameful; ignomini- 
Bis-gulse', v. Ehooaano; e hoo-ano e. 
Bis-gust/, n. Hoopailua o ka manao. 
Bis-gust-ing, adj. Pelapelaloa; hau- 

mia loa. 
Bisli, n. He pa. To dish up, e hao ka 

ai iloko o ke pa. 
Bis-lieiirt'en, v. E hoomake manao. 

Syn. discourage. 
Bis-heart/en-ing, adj. Hoomake ma- 
Bis-lion'est, adj. Epa; hoopono ole; 

Bis-lion'es-ty, n. Hana kupono ole; 

hana apiki. 
Bis-li6n/or, v. 1. E homo. 
2. E hoole. To dishonor a bill, e hoole 
i ka bila dala„ 
Bis-lion'or-a-Me, adj. Kupono ole i 

kainoa maikai; haahaa; apiki. 
BistoZ-'wii'ter, n. Wai holoi pa. 
Bis-in'eli-ma'tion, n % Huli ku-e' o ka 




Bis'in-fect', v. E hoomaemae ikeea 

Bis'in-fec'tion, n. Ka hoomaemae ana 

i ke ea ino. 
Bls'm-gfen'u-oiis, adj. Nele i ka oiaio; 

apiki. Syn. deceitful; artful. 
Bis'in-her'it, v. E kapai mai ka hoo- 

ilina ana. 
Bis-m'te-grat'ed, p. p. Hooliloia a ae- 

Bis'in-ter', v. E huai. 
Bis-in'ter~est-ed, adj. Ewaewa ole; 

kaulike o ka noonoo. 
Bis'in-ter'ment, n. Ka' huai ana o ke 

Bisk, n. He ili palahalaha poepoe. Sun's 

disk, ka ili o ka La. , 

Bis-like', v. E makemake ole. 
Bis'lo-«ate, v. E hemo i ka iwi mai 

konaami. Syn. displace. 
Bls'lo-ea'tion, n. Ka hemo ana o ka 

iwi mai kona ami. 
Bis-lodgre', v. E hookuke mai kahi no- 

Bis-loy'al, adj. Manao kipi; ku-e' au- 

Bls'mal, adj. 1. Pouliuli. A dismal 

day, he la pouliuli. 

2. Kaumaha. A dismal countenance, 

he helehelena kaumaha. 
Bis-man'tle, v. E hoonele i na lako. 

Dismantle a ship, e hoonele ka moku i 

na lako. 
Bis-mast'ed, adj. Lilo na kia. 
Bis -may', n. Pilihua; puiwa nui. 
Bis-miss', v. E hookuu. 

■SfcSSKSSnj»- Ka hookuu ana. 
Bis-mount', v. E lele ilalo. Dismount 

from a horse, e lele ilalo mai ka lio. 
Bis'o-be'di-ence, n. Hookuli ; hoolohe 

Bis'o-be'di-ent, adj. Konia; hookuli; 

kue' i ke kauoha. 
Bis'o-bey', v. E hookuli; hoolohe ole. 
Bis'o-bllgr'ing, adj. Oluolu ole; kokua 

Bis-or'der, n. 1. Huikau; haunaele. 

2. He mai. 
Bls-or'der-ly, adj. 1. Kuonoono ole. 

2. Hoohaunaele. Syn. lawless. 
Bis-or'gan-ized, adj. Hooauhuli ia; 

hoohuikau ia. 
Bis-own', v. E hoole loa. To disown an 

action, e hoole loa i kekahi hana. Syn. 

Bis-par'age, v. E manao liilii aku; e 

ano hoahewa. Syn. depreciate. 
Bis-par'i-ty, n. Ka like ole iwaena o 

na mea elua. 
Dis-pas'sion-ate, adj. Me ka huhu 

ole; noonoo ponoia. 
Bis-patch.% v. 1. E hookikina. To 

dispatch a messenger, e hookikina i ka 


2. E pepehi a make. Syn. slay; kill. 
Bis-patch/, n. 1. Hikiwawe; wikiwiki. 

With dispatch, me ka hikiwawe. 

2. Palapala i hooiliia me ka awiwi. 
Telegraphic dispatch, he palapala tele- 

Bis-pel',, v. E hoopuehu. To dispel a 
doubt, e hoopuehu i ka manao kana- 

Bis-pen'sa-ry, n. Wahi e haawi i na 
laau lapaau. 

Bls'pen-sa'tion, n. 1. He haawina. 
A dispensation of Providence, he haa- 
' wina no ke Akua mai. 
2. He oihana. The Christian dispensa- 
tion, ka oihana Euanelio. 

Bis-pemse', v. 1. E haawi; e mahele 
aku. Syn. disburse. Dispense charities, 
e haawi i na manawalea. 
2. E hoole. To dispense with one's ser- 
vices, e hoole i ke kokua ia mai o ke* 

Bis-pens'er, n. Ka mea e haawi ana. 
A dispenser of charities, ka mea e haawi 
ana i na manawalea. 

Bis-perse', v. E hooauhee; e hoopu- 
ehu. Syn. scatter. 

Bis-per'sion, n. Ka hoopuehu ana. 

Bis-pir'it-ed, adj. Make ka manao. 
Syn. discouraged. 

Bis-place', v. E hoonee; e kapai ae. 

Bis-place'ment, n. Ka hoonee ana; 
ke kapai ana. 

Bis-play', v. 1. E hoikeike. To dis- 
play goods, e hoikeike i na waiwai. 
2. E hoike. To display courage, e 
hoike i ka manao wiwo ole. Syn. show. 

Bis-please', v. E hoonaukiuki. 

Bis-pleas'ure, n. He ukiuki; huhu; 

Bis-port', v. E hoolealea; e paani lea- 

Bis-pos'al, n. Ka hoolilo ana. 

Bis-pose', v. 1. E hoolilo aku. To 
dispose of wealth, e hoolilo aku i ka wai- 

2. E maliu mai. Disposed to take ad- 
vice, nialiu mai i ka olelo ao. 

Bis-posed', adj. Huli ia ka manao. 
Disposed to grant a request, huli ia ka 
manao e ae aku i ka noi. 

Bis'po-si'tion, n. 1. Ano. Amild dis- 
position, he ano oluolu. 

2. Ka hoolilo ana. Syn. disposal. 

3. Ka hoonohonoho ana. The disposi- 
tion of things in a room, ka hoonohonoho 
ana o na mea iloko o ke keena. 

Bis'pos-sess', v. E hoohemo ae. 

Bis-prpTe', v. E hooia i ka wahahee o 
kekah'i mea; e hoike i ka oiaio ole o 
kekahi aoao. Syn. confute. 

Bis'pu-ta-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoopaa- 

Bis'pu-tant, n. Mea e hoopaapaa ana. 

Bls'pu-ta'tloiis, adj. Ake nui i ka hoo- 

Bis-pute', v. E hoopaapaa. 

Bis-qual/i-fi-ea'tion, n. Ke kumu i 
kupono ole ai. 

Bis-qual'i-fled, adj. Kupono ole; ho- 
ole ia no kekahi kumu. 




Bis-qtuil'i-fy, v. E hoole. Theft dis- 
qualifies a man for public office, o ka ai- 
liue ka mea e hoole ai i ke kanaka no ka 
oihana aupxmi. 
Bis're-gard', v. E hoolohe ole ; e hoo- 

Dis-rel/isli, n. Ka makemake ole. 
Bis-rep'u-ta-ble, adj Kaulanaino. 
Bis're-piite', n. Ke kaulana no ka ino. 
Dis're-speet% n. Hoowaha'waha'. 
Bis're-spē«t'ful, adj. Ano hoowaha'- 
Bis-robe', v. E wehe i ka lole. Syn. 

unrobe; undress. 
Bis-sat'is-fac'tion, n. Ke ko ole o ka 

Bis-sat'is-fied, adj. Oluolu ole; ko 

ole o ka makemake. 
Bis-sect', v. E okioki liilii. 
B is- section, n. Ka okioki liilii ana. 
Bis-sem'ble, v. E hookamani. 
Bis-sem'bler, n. Mea hookamani. Syn. 

Bis-sem'i-nate, v. E lulu; e hoolaha. 
Disseminate knowledge, e hoolaha i ka 
ike. Syn. sow. 
Bis-sem'i-na/tor, n. Ka mea nana e 

Bis-sen'sion, n. Huahua'; mokua- 

hana. Syn. contention. 
Bis- sent', v. E manao ku-e'. 
Bis'ser-ta'tion, n. He haiao. Syn. 

Bis-sim'i-lar, adj. Like ole. Syn. un- 
Bis-slm'u-la'tion, n. Hookamani. Syn. 

D*s'si-pate, v. 1. E hoopuehu. Syn. 
dispel; scatter. 

2. E uhauha. Syn. squander. 
Bis'si-pat'ed, adj, Uhauha; onajhau- 

kae. Syn. dissolute. 
Bis-si-pa'tion, n. 1. Ka hoopuehu ana. 

2. Ka uhauha ana. 
Dis'so-lute, adj. Uhauha; haukae. 
Bis-so-lu/tion, n. 1. Ka hopena o ka 

2. Ka hooheehee ana; kahoopauana. 
Bis-solve', v. 1. E hooheehee i ka 

2. Ehoopau. To dissolve a partnership, 
e hoopau i ka hui. 
Dis-solv'ent, n Ka mea e hooheehee ai. 
Dis - suade', v. E pa'pa' ; ku. 
Bis-sua'sion, n. Ka pa'pa' 'na. 
Bls-syl'la-ble, n. He hua olelo me na 

mamala elua. 
Bls'tance, n. Ka mamao. 
Bis'tant, adj. 1. Ma o loa. 

2. Distant hi manner, kapukapulani. 
Bis-taste'ful, adj. 1. Ono ole;malai- 

2. Ku ole i ka makemake. Syn. 
Dis-tem'per, 7i. 1. Heanomai. Syn. 

2. He ano pena i hoomakaukau ia no 
ka pena kii; a pena hale paha. 

Dis-tend', E hoo-pehu; e pchu. 
Bis-tilP, v. 1, E hookulu; e kahe lii- 
lii. Syn. drop; flow gently. 
2, E puhi wai ona. 
Bls'til-la'tion, n. 1. Ke kulu ana. 

Ka puhi anai ka wai ona. 
Bis-tll/ler, n. Mea puhi wai ona. 
Bis-til/ler-y, n. Kahi e hanaia'i o ka 

wai ona. 
Dis-tiiust', adj. 1. Kaawale; okoa loa. 
Syn separate. 
2. Moakaka. Syn. clear. 
Bis-tmc'tion, n. Ano okoa. 
2. Kaulana. A man of distinction, he 
kanaka kaulana. See distinguished. 
Bis-tin«t'ly, adv. Moakaka; maopo- 

polea; Syn. clearly. 
Bis-tin'guish, v. 1. E hoomaopopo. 
Syn. discriminate. 

2. E hookaulana. To distinguish one's 
self, e hookaulana kekahi iaiaiho. 
Bis-tln'giiished (gwisht), adj. Kau- 
lana. Syn. renowned. 
Dis-t6rf/, v. E hoolauwili; e pakaa- 

Bis-traet', 17. 1. E kaili i ka noonoo. 
Distract the mind from the lesson, e kaili 
i ka noonoo mai ka haawina. 
2. E hoopilihua. 
Bis-trae'tion, n. Ke kaili o ka noonoo. 

2. Pilihua. 
Bis-tress', v. E hooehaeha. Syn. 

Bis-tress', n. 1. Eha. Syn. pain. 
2. Pilikia; popilikia. Syn. difficulty; 
peril; danger. A ship in distress, he 
moku iloko o ka popilikia. 
Bis-tress'ing, n. Eha; pilikia. 
Bis-trib'ute, v. E niahelc; e puunaue. 

Syn. disburse. 
Bis'tri-bu/tion, n. Ka mahele an' aku. 
Bis'triet, n. Apana. District of 

Kona, apana o Kona. 
Bis-trust', v. E haohao; e kanalua. 

Syn. suspect. E kuipehi. 
Bis-trust', n. Kuipeni; haohao. 
Bis-trust'ful, adj. Piha i ke kanalua; 

Syn. suspicious. 
Bis-turb, v. 1. Ehoopilikia wale. 
2. E hoohaunaele. Disturb the peace, 
e hooauhuli i ka maluhia. 
Bis-turb'ance, n. Haunaele. 
Bis-turb'er,* n. 1. Mea hookonokono 

2. Mea hoopilikia wale. 
Bis'u-nlte', v. E hookaawale i na mea 

i hqohuiia. 
Bis-use', n. Kawaiho wale ana o ke- 
kahi mea. 
Bitcli, 7i. Auwai; auwaha. 
Bit'to, n. Ia mea hookahi no. Syn. 

the same. 
Bit'ty, n. Mele pa-ko-li. 
Bi-ur'nal, adj. I kela me keia la. Syn. 

Bive, v. E luu ika wai. Dive headlong, 

e luu kimo ; e kuhoopoo. 
Bi'ver, n. Mea luu i ka wai. 



Di-vērge', v. E manamana; e ka ana. 

Di-ver'gence, n. Kekaana; kamana- 
mana ana. 

Di'vers, adj. Kekahi mau. Syn. sev- 

I>I- verse', adj. Ano e; okoa. Syn. 

Di-ver'si-fy, v. E hooano e. 

Dl-ver'gion, n. Lealea. Syn. amuse- 

Di-vers'i~ty, n. Like ole. 

Dl-vert', v. 1. E aui ae. Syn. turn 

2. E hoolealea. 

3. E alakai aku i ka manaomaike- 
kahi noonoo a i kekahi aku. 

Di-vert'mg, adj. Lealea. Syn. amus- 

Bl-vest', v. 1. E hoonele. Divest of 
property, e hoonele i ka waiwai. Syn. 
2. E wehe ae; e hoohemo. 

Di-vide', v. E nxahele; e puunaue. 

Di-vide', n. He kualapa niawaena o na 
muliwai elua. Syn. watershed. 

Biv'i-dend, n. 1. Kumu puunaue. 
2. Puu dala maheleia. 

Di-vid'ers, n. TJpa ana. 

Di-vīne', adj. Ano Akua. _ A divine, 
he kahunapule. 

Bi-vin/i-ty, n. Ke Akua. 
2. Hoike Akua. Syn. theology. 

Di-vis'i-Me, adj Hike ke maheleia. 

Di-vis'ion, n. 1. Puunaue; mahele. 
A division of property, he mahele o ka 

2. Mokuahana. A division in the fam- 
ily, he mokuahana ma ka ohana. 

Di- vis/or, n. Helu komo. Common di- 
visor, helu komo pili like. Greatest 
common divisor, helu komo pili like oi 

Di-vōrce', n. E oki mare. 

Di-vulge', v. E kuailo. 

Biz'zi-ness, n. Kaihi; poniuniu. 

Dlz'zy, adj. Kaihi; poniuniu. 

Do (du), v. 1. E hana; e hooko. Syn, 

2. He haina e kokua ana i na haina e 
ae. Did you see? ua ike anei oe? 

3. How do you dof pehea oe? 
Do'cile, adj. Hoolohe; akahai. Syn. 

Do-cil/i-ty» n. Ke ano hoolohe; aka- 

Bog-mat'ie, adj. 1. Mamuli o ka lo- 


2. Paakiki ma kona manao iho; haa- 

Duek, n. 1. Wahi e hookomo moku, i 

kapili hou ia. 

2. Wahi e ku ai o ka lawehala iloko o 

ke keena hookolokolo. 
Dock, v. L E hoopokole; e poko. 

2, E hooemi. To dock the wages, e hoo- 

emi i ka uku. 
Doek'et, n. Ka papa o na hihia imua o 

ka aha hookolokolo. 

Doek'yard, n. Wahi e hooahu ai i na 
lako no na moku aupuni. 

Doc'tor, n. 1. Kahuna lapaau ; kauka. 
2. Doctor of Divinity, he kahuna aka- 
mai ma na mea o ka Baibala. 

Doe'trlne, n. 1. Ka mea i aoia. 
2. Christian doctrine, na loin a kristiano. 

Doc'u-ment, n. Palapala hoike. 

Do-de«'a-gon, n. Kii matematika; hu- 
ina 12. 

Dodge, v. E aloalo'; hooalo. 

Doff, v. Ewehe. To doff a hat, e wehe i 
ka papale. 

Dog, n. Ilio. 

Dog, v. E hahai; e alualu. 

Dog'ged, adj. Nunuha; opukopekope; 
nainai. Syn. sullen; morose. 

Dog'ma, n. He loina. 

Dog'trot, n. Ka holo mau o ka ilio. 

Do'ings, n. pi. Na hana. The day's do- 
ings, na hana o ka la. 

Dole'ful, adj. Kaumaha ma ka manao; 
piha i ke kaumaha. 

Doll, n. He be'be' kii. 

Dol'lar, n. He dala; lOOkeneta. 

Ddl'or-oiis, adj. Ehaeha; kaumaha. 

Dol'phin, n. He i-a nui, nani. 

Do'main, n. Aina. The King' s domain, 
ka aina a ka Moi i hoomalu ai. Syn. 

Do-mes'tie, adj. 1. Pili i ka ohana. 
Domestic duties, na pono ohana. 
2. Kuloko. Domestic news, nuhou ku- 

Do-mes'tic, n. He ohua no ka ohana. 

Do-mes'ti-«ate, v. E hoolakalaka. 

Ddm'i-cile, n. Wahi noho mau; home. 

Dom'i-iieer', v. E hookiekie maluna'e 
o kekahi; e kauoha hookiekie. 

Do-min'ion, n. E!a mana; ke aupuni, 

Do'nate, v. E makana aku, e haawi 
wale. Syn. give; present 

Do-na'tioii, n. Makana; kokua; mana- 
walea. Syn. gift; present. 

Do-nee', n. Ka mea e loaa ana i ka ma- 

Don'key, w. Kekake; hoki. 

Do^nor, n. Ka mea e makana ana. 

Doom, n. Ka hoopai. 

Ddoms'day, n. La hoopai. Ka la hoo- 
kolokolo nui, Syn judgment day. 

Door, n Puka komo, 

Door'-keep'er, n. Kiai puka, 

DtJr'maiit, adj, E waiho moe ana. Dor- 
mant passions, na kuko e waiho moe 

Dor'mer-wm'dow, v. He puka ma- 
kani ma ke kaupako o ka hale. 

Dor'mi~to-ry, n. He hale moe; keena 

Dose, n. He mahele laau inu. 

Dose, v. E hoohainu i ka laau. 

Dot, n. Kiko. 

Do'tage, n. Wa palalauhala. 

Do'tard, n. He palalauhala. 

Doab'le, adj. Pa-lua; papalua. 

Doiib'le-deal'mg, n. Hana paewaewa. 




DotiM', v. 1. E kanalua, Syn. -uncer- 

2. Anoni; anoninoni. Syn. suspense 

as to result ; hesitation. 
Ddubtfful, adj. Kanalua; anoninoni. 
Doiibt/less, adv. Me ke kanalua ole. 
Dough (do), n. Berena maka. 
Dougb/ty (dow-ty), adj. Koa; kaula- 

na no ka ikaika. 
Bouse, (dowse), v. E lu kino iloko o 

ka wai. 
Dove (d&v,) n. Manu nunu. 
Bove'cot, n. Hale manu nunu. 
Bove'tail, v ,E oleole papa. 
Dow'er, n. Ka mahele waiwai o ka wa- 

hine mare, a wahine kane make paha. 
Down', prep. Lalo; ilalo. 
Downcast, adj. Kaumaha ka manao. 

Syn. down-hearted. 
Dow'dy, n. Wahine i pono ole kona 

kapa komo. 
Down'fall, n. Kahauleana; ka poino. 
Dovn-hearfed, adj. Kaumaha ma ka 

manao; paumako. 
Down'nill, adj. Iho'na; makai. 
Bown'riglit, adj. Maopopolea. 
Down'ward, adj 1. Ino ana. The 

downward path, ke alanui e iho ana. 

2. I lalo. 
Dox-oFo-gy, n. Himeni hoomaikai. 
Doze, 1;. Kulihianioe ; kuluhiamoe. 
Bo a- en, adj. He kakini, na mea okoa 

he 12. 
Braft, n. 1. Palapala kikoo dala. 

2. Ka pa ana o ka makani mawaena o 
na puka elua. 

3. Ke kakau ana; he kope. 

4. Ka wae ana. Draft for the army, ka 
wae ana i poe koa no ka puali koa. 

Brag, n. E kauo. 

Brag, n. He hao kahi lepo; he papa 

kauo pohaku, lepo, etc. 
Brain, n. 1. He auwaha e hookahe aku 

ai i ka wai mai ka aina. 

2. Ka hookahe aku ana. 
Drain'age, n. Ka wai i hookaheia aku. 
Brake, n. Manu kaka' kane. 
Br am, n. I. He ana kaumaha. 

2. Hookahi inu ana o ka wai ona. 
Bra/ma, n, Olelo kike 7 no ke keaka, 
Bram/a-tist, n. Kanaka kakau olelo 

kike' no ke keaka. 
Draper. E hoouhi i ke kapa. 
Drap'er-y, n. Kapa uhi. 
Draught (draft,) n. 1, Hookahi inu 


2. Ka hohonu o ke komo ana o ka mo- 
ku i ka wai. 

3. Uulu i-a iloko o ka upena. 
Dratiglits'man, n. Kanaka kahakaha 

kii ; kanaka kakau kope. 
Draw, v. 1. E huki ; e kauo. 

2." E kakau kii. 

3. E ume. Syn. attract. 
Drawback, n. 1. Kumu keakea. Syn. 


2. Ka auhau dute i hoihoiia. 

8. He poino ; he poho. 

Draw'bridge, n. Alahaka i hukiia ilu- 

Braw'er, n. He holowaa no ka pahu; 

no ka papa paha. 
Braw'ing, n. 1. He kii i kahaia. 

2." Ka hookahe ana. Drawing off oil 

from a barrel, e hookahe ana i ka aila 

mai ka barela. 

3. Ka ume ana. Syn. attraction. 
Draw'ing- knife, n. Pahi paauma. 
Braw'ing-robm, n. Keena hookipa. 
• See parlor. 
Brawl, n. Leo kauo. 
Brawn, adj. Paiwale, hula. A drawn 

battle, he hoouka kaua paiwale. 
Dray'man, n. Kahu kaa ukana. 
Bread, n. Weliweli; eehia. 
Bread'ful, adj. Weliweli; eehia. 
Bream' , n. He moe; he moeuhane. 
Bream/er, n. Mea moeuhane. 
Brear'y, adj. Neanea; oneanea. 
Bregs, n. Maku, 
Brench, v. Pulu; hoopulu. 
Bress, v. 1. E hookomo lole. Syn. 


2. E hoomakaukau. Syn. prepare. To 
dress food, e hoomakaukau i ai. 

3. E wahi'. Syn. bind up. To dress a 
wound, e wahi' i ka eha. 

4. To dress a line of soldiers, e hoopolo- 
lei i ka lalani koa. 

Dress, %. 1. Lole komo. Syn. clothes. 

2. Holoku'. 

3. He uhi no kela me keia mea. Syn. 

Bress'ing, n. 1. Ka laau i kau ia ma- 
luna oka eha. 

2. He mea kipulu aina. 

3. Mea i hookomoia. Syn. stuffing. 
Dres r sing-room, n. Keena hookomo 

Drift, v. E lana wale io ia nei-. 
Drift, n. He piha wale. A snow drift, 

piha wale mai o ka hau. 
Brift'wood, n. Pihea'. 
Drill, n. 1. Wili puka liilii. 

2. Paikau. Syn, military drilL 
Drink, v. E inu. 
Drip, v, E kulu. 
Drive, v. 1. E hoo-a'. Drive cattle, e 

hoo-a hipi. 

2. E hooeueu, hookikina. To drive 
work, e hooeueu i ka liana. 

3. To drive a hard bargain } e hoopaa- 
kiki ma ke kuai ana. 

4. Drive with the wind, e kaalelewa. 
Wind driven clouds, na ao kaalelewa. 

Briv'er, n. 1. Kanaka hookele kaa, 

2. Kanaka hoo-a' holoholona. 

3. Kanaka hookikina, 

4. Kanaka hooeueu. 
Driz'zle, n. Noe; kilihau. 

Droll, adj. Ku i ka aka Syn. funny. 
Droin'e-da'ry, n. Kamelo puu hookahi. 
Drone, n. 1. Nalo meli kane. 

2. He makahiamoe; he mea loma wale. 
Droop, v. Loha, mac, luhe'. 




Drop, n. 1. He kulu. A drop of water, 
he kulu wai. 
2. Paka. A drop of rain, he paka u-a. 

Drop, v. E haule; e hoohaule. 

Drop'sy, n. Mai peliu. 

Dross, n. Opalao ka metala i hoohee- 

Drouth, n. 1. Ka paa ana o ka u-a 
2. Ka maloo ana o ka aina ; ka wi. 

Drove, n. Pu-a holoholona. 

Drov'er, n. Kanaka hoo-a holoholona. 

Drown, d. E make ikawai; e lumai 

Drow'sy, adj. Makahiamoe. 

Drub'bing, n. 1. Ka hahau ana me ka 
2. Ke kui ana me ka puu lima. 

Drudge, n. He kauwa kuapaa. 

Driidg'er-y, n. Hana inea; hanaluhi. 

Drug, n. 1. Laau mea lapaau. 
2. Kela me keia waiwai i lohi ma ka 
lilo ana. A drug in the market, he wai- 
wai i hiki ole ke hooliloia ma ka ma- 

Driig'gist, n. Kanaka kuai laau lapaau. 

Drum, n. Pahu kani. 

Drum'mer, n. 1. Mea hookani pahu. 
2. He piele waiwai. 

Drum'stick, n. Laau hookani pahu. 

Drunk, adj Ona. Syn. intoxicated. 

Drunk'ard, n. Kanaka ona mau. 

Brfink'en, adj. Ona. 

Drunk' en-ness, n. Kaona. 

Dry, adj- 1. Maloo. Dry clothes, lole 

2. Koele ; koeleele. Dry ground, aina 

3. Panoa. Syn. barren. 
4._ Make wai. Syn. thirsty. 

Dry, v. E hoomaloo. 

Dry'gdt>ds, n. Na lole kuai o kela me 

keia ano. 
Dry'ness, n. Ke ano maloo; ano koele. 
Dry'shod, adj. Pulu ole o ka wawae. 
Du'alj adj. Pa-lua. 
Du'bi-ou's, adj. Maopopo ole. Syn. 

Duch'ess, n. Ka wahine mare o ke 

Duck, n. He kaka'; he koloa. 
Duck, v. E luu iloko o ka wai. 
Duckling, n. Ka luu ana iloko o ka 

Due'tile, adj. Hiki ke hooloihi ia. 
Duds, n. Lole komo kahiko. 
Due, adj. Aie; kupono. Due time, wa 

Du'el, n. Hakaka' o na mea elua. 
Du'el-ist, n. Kanaka maa i ka haka- 
ka' me ka hoa. 
Du-et', n. Mele me na leo elua. 
Duke, n. He 'lii kiekie ma Europa. 
Duke'dom, n. Ke kulana o ke Duke, 

a me kona aina. 

Dul'cet, adj. Nahenahe, 

Dull, adj. 1. Oiole; pihipihi; kumumu. 

2. Loiele. Syn. slow; stupid. 
Dul'lard, n. He mea kolo o ka ike; he 

lolo ma ka naau. 
Du'ly, adv. Pono. Came duly to hand* 

hiki pono mai i ka lima. 
Dumb, adj. Aa; mumule. 
Dump'y, adj. Poupou. 
Dun, adj. Ahinahina. 
Dun, n. Ke koi 'na no ka aie. 
Dunce, 7i. Hehaumanaimi ole; loiele. 
Dung, n, Kukae, 
Dtin'geon, n. Hale pouli. 
Du'o-de'num, n. Ka mua o na naau 

Dupe, n. Mea hoopunihei wale ia. 
Du/pli-eate, n. Lua like , he kope. 
Du-plic'i-ty, n. Ano epa; wahahee. 

Syn. deceit; lying. 
Du'ra-bil'i-ty, n. Ano paa; ano mau, 
Du'ra-ble, adj. Paa; mau. 
Dur'ance, n Ka hoopaahao ana. Syn. 

duress^ imprisonment. 
Du-ra'tion, n. Ka mau o ka manawa. 
Du'ress, n. Ka hoopaaia'na o ke kino. 
Dur'ing, prep. Oiai;ikawa. 
Dusk, n. Liula'; molehulehu. Syn. twi- 
Dusk'y, adj. 1. Moolehulehu. Syn. 


2. Hauliuli. 
Dust, n. Lepo aeae. 
Dust, v. E kahili i ka lepo. 
Dus'ter, n. 1. Kahili no ka lepo. 

2. He kuka pale lepo. 
Dust'y, adj. Lepo; paapu i ka lepo. 
Du'ti-a-ble, adj. Ku i ka auhau dute. 
Du'ti-ful, adj. Hoolohe. Syn. obedi- 
Du'ty, n. 1. Pono. 

2. He dute waiwai; auhau waiwai. 
Dwarf, n. Hekeko; kanaka a-a; kana- 

Dwell, v. E noho mau. Syn. reside; 

Dwel'ler, n. Kamaaina. 
Dwell'ing, n. Wahi noho. Syn. habi- 
tation; residence. 
Dwin'dle, v. 1. E mae. Syn. droop. 

2. E emi liilii. 
Dye (di), v. E hooluu lole; e kupena. 
Dye'ing, n. Ka hooluu ana i k a lole. 
Dy'er, n. Kanaka kupena lole; kanaka 

hooluu lole. 
Dy-nam'ics, n. Ka mana e nee aku ai. 
Dy'nas-ty, n. Kuauhau Moi, o ka oha- 

na hookahi. 
Dys/en-ter'y, n. Mai hi koko. 
Dys-pep'sia, n. Mai o ka opu hoowale 

Dys-pep'tie, adj. Wale ole o ka ai ma- 

loko o ka opu. 





Each., adj. Pakahl. Each one of you, 
oukou pakahi. 
Ea'ger, adj. Ake nui ; iini. 
Eag'er-ly, adv. Me ka iini nui, 
Ea'gle, n. Aeto. 
Ear, n. 1. Pepeiao. 

2. Huhui. An ear of corn, he huhui 

Early, adv. Me ka makaala; me ka wi- 
~ki e. 

Earn, (urn), v, E loaa mamuli o ka 

Earn'est, adj. Ikaika ma ka manao. 
Earn'est-ly, adv. Me ka manao ikaika. 
Earn'ings, n. Na loaa mamuli o ka 
_ hana. 

Ear'ring, n. Komo pepeiao. 
Ear'shot, n. Ka lone o ka pepeiao 

Within earshot, ma ka lone o ka pe- 
Earth, n. 1. KaHonuaNei. 

2. Lepo. Fall to the earth, haule i ka 
^lepo, or, haule i ka honua. 
Earth'en, adj. Hanaia mai ka lepo pa- 
~ lolo. 

Earth' quake, n. He olai; nauwewe. 
Ease (ez), n. 1. Maha; olu. Syn. 


2. Ano hiki wale no. 
_ 3. Ano palaka. 
Eas/i-ly, adv. Hiki wale no. 
East, 7i. Hikina. 

East'er, n. Ka la hoomanao no ko 
_ Kristo ala hou ana. 
East'er-ly, adv. or adj. I kahikina'ku; 
_ moe aku i ka hikina. 
East/era, adj No ka hikina. 
East/ward, adv. I ka hikina' ku. 
Eas/y, adj. 1. Hiki wale ; moakaka. 
_2. Maha; pohala. 
Eat, v. £ ai; e pai'na. 
Eat'a-ble, adj. Kupono ke ai 
Eaves, n. Na umalu o ka hale. 
Eaves'drop'per, n. He mea hakilo. 
Eaves/drop'ping, n. Ka hakilo ana. 
Ebb, n. Ka emi ana. Ebb of the tide, ka 
„ emi ana o ke kai. 
Eb'on-y, n, Laau paa, eleele. 
Eb'ul-li'tion, n. 1. Ka lapalapa ana. 

o ka wai. 

2. Ka hoee ana. Ebullition of temper, 
_ka hoee ana o ka huhu. 
Ee-cen'trie, adj. 1. Ka aui ana mai ke 

kiko waena. 

2. Ano e; like ole me kanaka e. 
Ee'cen-tri'ci-ty, n. Ke ano like ole me 
_ko kanaka~e. 
Ee-ele'si-as'tie, n. Kahunapule. 

E«-«le'gi-ās'ti€-al, adj. Pili i ka Eka- 

Eeh/o (ēk'o), n. He kupinai; e-ko. 
E-elat' (ek-la), n. Kamahalo nui; ke 

E-elipse', n. He pouli o ka La, ka ma- 

E-elip'tic, n. Ke ala hele o ka La. 
E-eo-noni/ic-al, adj. Malama pono; 

u'hau'ha ole. 
E-eon'o-mlst, n. Kanaka malama 

E-eon'o-inise, v. E malama pono. 

Economise time, e malama pono ika ma- 

nawa; e kalai pono. 
E-con'o-my, n. 1. Ka malama pono; 

ke kalai pono ana. Political economy, 

kalai aina. 

2. Na rula me na loina no kela me keia 

mea. The economy of nature, na rula 
„ me na loina o ke ao nei. 
Ec/sta-sy, n. Hauoli piha. 
Edge, n. 1. Kae. Syn. brim or brink. 

Edge of a precipice, ke kae o ka pali. 

2. Kumu. edge of a tool, kumu o ka 
mea paahana. 

3. Lihi. Edge of cloth, lihi lole. Edge 
of forest, lihi o ka ulu laau. Syn. border 

w 4. Niao. Edge of board, niao papa. 
Edged, (ejd), adj. Me ke kumu; oi. 
^dg'ing,ji. Lihilihi lole 
Edge' tool', n. Mea oi 
I£dge-wise, adv. Kunihi; lihi. 
Ed'i-ble, adj. Syn eatable. 
E'diet, n. Kanawai i hoolahaia, Syn. 

„ decree. 

Ed'i-fi-ea'tion, n. Ka hoonaauao ana. 
Ed'i-fiee, n. Hale nunui. 
Ed'i-fy, v. E hoonaauao. 
Ed'it, v. E hooponopono nupepa, a bu- 

ke paha. 
E-di'tion, n. Ka nui o na nupepa, a 

_ buke pan a i paiia i ka wa hookahi. 
Ed'i-tor, n. Luna hooponopono nupepa 

v a buke paha. 
Ed'i-to'ri-al, n. Manao hoopuka a ka 

_ luna hooponopono. 
Ed'i-tor-ship', n Oihana hooponopono 

_, nupepa. 

Ed'u-eate, v. E hoonaauao; e ao. Syn. 

v instruct, teach. 

Ed'u-ea'tion, n. Ka hoonaauao ana; 

^ke ao ana. Syn. instruction. 
Ed'u-ea/tion-al, adj. Pili i ka hoona- 

w auao. 

Ed'u-ea'tor, n. Kumu ao. Syn. in- 

_structor; teacher. 
, Eel, n. Hepuhi. 




Ef-face% v. 1. E holoi. Syn. erase. 

To efface a mark» e holoi i ke kaha. 

2. E anal. Syn. blot out; obliterate. 
Ef-feet% n. 1. Ka hua o ka hana. 

Cause and effect, ke kumu me kona liua. 

2. Ka hua o ka olelo. Words without 
effect, na huaolelo hua ole. 

3. Ano. Re spoke to that effect, kamai- 

4. E ko. To effect a purpose, e ko i ka 

Ef-feets', 7i. pi. Na waiwai lewa o kela 

me keia ano. Syn. goods ; chattels. 
Ef-feet'u-al, adj. Ko pono. 
Ef-fein'i-nate, adj. Hookohukohu wa- 

rf hine la. 

iEf fēr-vēsee', v. E pipii; e huahuai. 
Ef f fi-«a'«ioiis, adj. Mana. SY r N. ef- 

w fectualf powerful. 

Ef/fi-ea-cy, n. Ka mana o ke ko ana. 

„Syn. power. 

Ipf'ii-gy, n. He kii o ke kanaka. 
Ef'flu-ent, n. He kahawai e kahe aku 
anamai ka lokowai; a kahawai e ae 
Ef-flu'vi-uni, n. He hauna. 
Ef fort, n. He hoao. Syn. attempt; en- 

w deavor. To make an effort, e hoao. 
Ef-fr6nt'er-y, n. , Ano mahaoi; ano 

Ef-ful'gence, n. Alohilohi. 
Ef-fu'sionr n. Ka hookahe ana. Ef- 

{usion of blood, ka hookahe ana o ke 
„ :oko. 

Egg» n. He hua, Sen's egg, hua moa. 
E'go-tism, n. Ano haanou; kaena wale. 
E'go-tist, n. Kanaka kaena wale. 
E-gre'gio&s, adj. Launa ole. An egre- 
_gious mistake, he kuhihewa launa ole. 
E'gress_,n. Ka puka ana iwaho. 
Eight (ate), adj. Ewalu. 
Eigh-teen', adj. Umikumamawalu. 
Eight'fold', adj. Pa-walu. 
Eighth., adj. 1. Ka walu. The eighth 

day, ka walu o na la. 

2. Hapa-walu. One eighth, hookahi 

Eight'y, adj. Kanawalu. 
Eith'er (e-ther or l-ther), adj. Ke- 

kahi o namea elua. 
E-jeet', v. E hookuke; e kiola iwaho. 
E-jeet'ment, n. Ka hookuke ana. Writ 
_ of ejectment, palapala hookuke. 
Eke, v. E hoomahuahua; e hooloihi. 

Eke out a living, e hoomahuahua i na 

E-lab'o-rate, adj. Aulii. Syn. per- 
E-lab'o-rate, v. E hana me ka noonoo; 

E hana me ke akahele. Syn. to take 

E-lab'o-rate-ly, adj, Me ke akahele 

o ka hana; me ka aulii; me ka mikioi. 
E-lab'o-ra'tion, n. Ka mikioi ana 

ma ka hana. 
E-lapse', v. E hala. Several days must 

elapse, e hala ana kekahi mau la. 
E-las'tie, adj. Holuholu; linalina. 

E-lafce', v. E hoohoihoi; hooeueu. 

EJ 'bow, n. Kuekue lima. 

El'bow, v. E hookuekue; e hoo-ke'. 

EFder, adj. Kahiko ae. Elder brother, 

w kaikuaana. An Elder, he lunakahiko. 

Eld'est, adj. Ka oi o ke kahiko. Eld- 
est son, ka makahiapo. 

E-leet', v. E koho; e wae. 

E-leet', n. Poe i kohoia. 

E-lec/tion, n. Ke koho ana. 

E-leVtion-eer', v. 1. E hooholo ba- 
2. E paipai balota, 

E-leet'or, n. Kanaka koho. 

l-lle'tr&alj ««• "Hi * nil». 
E'lee-tri'cian, n. Kanaka lawelawe 

E-lee-tric'i-ty, n. Uila. 
El-e-gance, n* Ka nani. Elegance of 

_ attire, nani o ka aahu. 
!El'e-gant, adj. Nani; nonohe. 
EFe-gant-ly, adv. A nani. Dress ele- 

„ gantly, e aahu a nani 
EPe-gy, n. He mele kanikau. 
El'e-ment, n. 1. He mole; he kumu. 

., 2. Elements, na mea hookumu. 
El'e-inent'a-ry, adj. Kumu mua 
EPe-phant, n. Elepani. 
EFe-vate, v E hapai iluna; e hookie- 

„ kie ae. 
El'e-va'tion, n. 1. Kahi kiekie. 

^ 2. Ka hookiekie ana. 

EFe-va'tor, n. 1. Ka mea e hapai ana. 

2, Ka mea e hookiekie ana. 

3. He pahu nui e pii ana, a e iho ana. 
E-lev'en, adj. Umikumamakahl. 
E-lev'enth, adj. 1. Ka umikumama- 


2. He hapa— 11. 
E-lie'it, v. E loaa mamuli o ka ninani- 
w nau ana. Syn. bring to light. 
EFi-gi-biFi-ty, n. Ke kupono. Eligi- 
w bility to office, ke kupono no ka oihana. 
EFi-gi-ble, adj. Kupono. 
E-linPi-nate, v. E kapai. 
E-lim'i-na/tion, n. Ke kapai ana. 
E-lis/ion, n. Ka oki ana; ke kapai ana. 

Syn. cuttiug off from. 
El-lipse', n. Poai-loihi. 
El'o-eu'tion, w. 1. Ke kamailio; ka 

w 2. Ka puana pono ana. 
EFo-€u'tion-ist, n. Kanaka akamai 

ma ka heluhelu ana. 
E-loiFgate, n. E panainai; e pakuikui. 
E-lōpe', v. E mahuka pu; e holo main'. 
E-lope'nient, n' Ka nolo malu' ana, o 
^ke kane me ka wahine. 
EFo-quence, n. Ke akamai ma ka hai 
„ olelo. 

EFo-quent, adj. Akamai ma ka olelo. 
EFo-quent'Jy, adv. Me ke akamai o ka 
„ olelo. 

Else, pron. E ae. some one else, kekahi 
„ mea e ae. 

Else, adv. I ole. Syn. otherwise. 
Else'where, adv. Ma kahi e. 




E-lu'ci-date, v. E hoomoakaka; e we- 

hewehe. Syn. explain; make clear. 

E kuailo._ 
E-lu'ci-da'tion, n. Ka hoomaopopo 

ana; ka wehewehe ana. Syn. explana- 
E-lude', v. E haliu aku; e aloalo'. Syn. 

avoid; shun. 
!E-mā'ci~āt/ed, adj. Panauea: wiwi. 
Em'a-nate, v. E puka no loko mai. 
.„, Syn. proceed from. 
Em-a-na'ticn, n. Ka mea i puka mai. 
E-man'ci-pate, v. E hookuu, Syn. 

set free. E kala. 
E-man'ci-pa'tion, n. Ka hookuu ana. 

Syn. liberation. Ke kala ana. 
E-man'ci-pa'tor, n. Ka mea nana e 

hookuu. Syn. liberator. 
Em-balm', v. E ialoa. 
Em-bank'ment, w. He kapa; he paku. 
Em-bar'go, n. Palapala hoopaa moku, 

i holo ole. 
Ena-bark', v. Ee moku. Syn. go aboard. 
Em'bar-ka'tion, n. Ka ee ana i ka 

moku. Syn. going aboard. 
Em-bar'rass-iiig, adj. Mea e hooulu- 

hua. Syn. confusing. 
Ein-bar'rass-ment, n. 1. Ka pihoihoi. 

2. Pilikia. Pecuniary embarrassment, 
. w ka pilikia no ke dala ole. 
Em'bas-sy, n. He poe elele aupuni. 
Em-bel'lish, v. E hoonani. Embellished 
^with engravings, hoonaniia me na kii. 
Emi'bers, n. Nanahu enaena. Syn. live 

Em-bez'zle, v. Eapukadala. 
Em-bez'zle-ment, n. Ka apuka ana i 

ke dala. 
Eni-bez'zler, n. Mea apuka dala. Syn. 
_ defaulter. 

Ein'blem, n. He hoailona; he ouli. 
v Syn. symbol; sign. 

Ein'blem-at'ie, adj. E hoailona ana. 
Em-b6d'y, v. E hoohui. To embody 

thought, e hoohui manao. 
Em-bold'en, v. E hoo-a'-a\ 
Em-brace', v. E hii; e puliki. 
Eni'bro "ea'tion, n. Laau hamo. 
Em-broid'er, v. E hoonionio; e hana 

Em-broid'er-y, n. Lihilihi lole. 
Em-broil', v. E hoohaunaele; e hoala 
. w i kahakaka. 

jpMi'bry-o, v. Ka mole; ka makamua. 
Em'er-ald, n. Pohaku momi; emerala. 
E-merge', v. E puka mai. 
E-mer'geii-cy, n. Pilikia ulia Wale 
«mai; pilikia kuhewa. 
Em'er-y, n. Lepo metala, mea anai. 
E-inet'ic, n. Laau hoo-luai. 
Em'i-grant, n. Mea haalele aina ha- 
^nauanoho makaainae. 
Em'i-grate, v. E haalele aina hanau. 
Em-i-gr»'tion, n. Ka haalele aina. 
Em'i-nence, n. 1. Kahi kiekie. On an 
eminence, "ma. kahi kiekie. 

2. Kulana kiekie. Rise to eminence, e 
pii i ke kulana kiekie. 

Em'i-nent, adj. Kiekie ; kaulana. Syn. 
_ distinguished ; celebrated. 
Em'is-sa-ry, n. He kiu. Syn. spy. 
E-mit', v. 1. E hoopuka. Emit a sound, 

e hoopuka i leo. 

2. E mohala; e moani. To emit fra- 
grance, e moani. 
E-mol'u-ment, n. Ka loaa; ka puka. 

Emoluments of office, na loaa o ka oLhaiia. 
E-mo'tion, n. 1. Pihoihoi. Syn. agi- 

2. Manao. Syn. feeling. A joyful emo- 
„tion, he manao hauoli. 
Em'per-or, n. He Emepero. 
Em'pha-sis, n. Ke kalele ana o ka leo. 
Em'plia-slze, 1. E kalele leo. 

2. E hoomaopopo lea. 
Em-phafie, adj. Loa. An emphatic 

denial, he hoole loa. 

2. Koikoi; ano nui. An emphatic 

thought, he manao koikoi. 
Em-pliat'ie-al-ly, adv. 1. Io; maoli. 

Emphatically so, pela io no; or, pela 

maoli no. 
Jl, Me ka leo koikoi. 
Em'pire, n. 1. Aupuni o ka Emepero. 

2. Ka man a nui. 
Em-ploy', v. 1. E lawelawe. Syn. use. 

2. E hoolimalima. Syn. hire. 

3. Ehoohana;hoounauna. Syn. work. 
Em-ploy', n. Hana. To be in the em- 
ploy of one, e noho ma ka hana o ke- 

Em-ploy'er, n. Haku hana. 
Em-ploy'ment, n. Hana; oihana. Syn. 

business; occupation. 
Em-pow'er, v. E kau mana aku. Syn. 
„ authorize. 

Em'press, n. Emepera wahine. 
Emp'ti-ness, n. Ka nele; ka waiho 
„ kaawale ana. 
Emp'ty, adj. Nele; hakahaka; kaawale. 

An empty house, he hale kaawale. An 

empty head, he poo hakahaka; or, he 
„ poo nele i ka ike. 
|mp'ty, v. E ninini: e kiola aku. 
Em'u-late, v. E hooikaika i like. 
Ein/u-la'tion, n. Ka hooikaika ana i 
„like. Syn. competition. 
Em'u-lous, adj. Ake nui e like. 
En-a'ble, v. E kokua. Syn. assist. 
En-act', v. E hooholo i kanawai. 
En-act'ment, ?i„ 1. He kanawai i hoo- 

holoia. Syn. act. 

2. Ka hooholo ana i ke kanawai. 
En~-eāmp'ment, n. Wahi e hoomoana 

ai. Syn. camp. 
En-cbain', v. E hoopaa. To enchain 

the attention, e hoopaa i ka manao. 
En-chant', v. 1. E hoohalua i ka ma- 

2. E hoohoihoi. Syn. delight. 

8. E hana kilokilo. Syn. bewitch. 
En-cir'ele, v. E hoopuni; e poaiapuni. 
En-core' (ong-kōr'), n. E kaheae nana 

En-coun'ter, v. E halawai he alo he 




En-edur'age, v. E hoolana manao; e 

^ hoohoihoi. 

En-edur'age-ment, n. Ka hooikaika 
ana i ka manao. 

En-€Ōur'ag-ing, adj. Hoihoi; hoohoi- 

Encroach', v, E komo hewa. Syn. 

En-eroach'ment, n. Ke komo hewa 
ana. Syn. intrusion. 

En-cum'ber, v. E hookaumaha; e hoo- 
hihia; hoopilikia. Syn. overload; em- 

En-eum'brance, n. 1. He haawe kau- 
2. He aie'. An encumbered estate, he 

„ waiwai i hookaumahaia i ka aie'. 

En'cy-€lo-pē'di-a, n. Buke hoike po- 

_ kole no kela me keia mea. 

End, n. Kahopena. The end of all things, 
ka hopena o na mea a pau. 

2. Ka piko. End of a rope, ka piko o 
ke kaula. 

3. Ke kala. End of a house, ke kala 
o ka hale. Syn. gable. 

4. Welau. End of a board, ka welau o 
ka papa. Ends of the earth, na welau o 

^ka honua. 

End, v. E hoopau; e hoo-oki. 
En-dan'ger, v. E hoopilikia. 
En-dear', v. E halialia ke aloha; e hoo- 

nui i ke aloha; e paiauma. Endearing 

affection, aloha paiauma. 
En-dear'ment, n. Hana hoomilimili; 

hana hoala aloha. 
En-deav'or, n. Ka hoao ana. Syn. ef- 
fort; attempt. 
End'ing, n, Ka pau ana. 
End'less, adj. Pau ole; mau loa. 
En-dorse', v. 1. E apono. 

2. E kakau inoa ma ke kua o ka bila 

3. E kakau kokua i ka inoa ma ko hai 
"bila aie'. 

En-dow, v. E hoolako. m To endow a 

school, e hoolako ke kula i ke dala. 
En-do w'ment, n. Ka hoolako ana. 
En-dur'ance, n. Hoomanawanui; a- 

En-dure', v. 1. E hoomanawanui; e 


2. E mau. Endure for ever, e mau a 
w mau loa. 

SSdW/i «*"■ Maka welau. 
En'e-my, n. He enemi. 
En'er-get'ic, adj. Makaala; noke. Syn. 
_ active ; vigorous. 
En'er-gy , n. Ikaika o ka manao ; kuoo ; 

kamaehu. Syn. vigor; spirit. 
E-ner'vate, v. E hoonawaliwali; hoo- 
^palupalu. Syn. enfeeble. 
En'er-va'tion, n. Ka hoonawaliwali 

aria. Syn. enfeehlement. 
En-force', v. E hooko'. 
En-frān'chīse, v. E haawi i na pono 


En-gage', v. 1. ;E kauoha. Syn. 
speak for. 

2. E hoolimalima. Syn hire. 

3. E ae paa. Syn. agree. 

4. E paa i ka hana. Syn. employ. 
Engaged in business, paa ma ka oihana; 
komo ma ka oihana. 

5. E hoouka kaua. 

En-gaged', adj. 1. Lilo. Syn. spoken 

2. Hoopalau. Syn. betrothed ; espoused. 

3. Paa i ka hana. Syn. busy. 
En-gage'ment, n. 1. Olelopaa. Syn. 


2. Ka hoopalau ana. Syn. betrothal. 

3. Hoouka kaua. Syn. combat; battle. 
En-gag'ing, adj. Aulii; kohu. Syn. 
„ attractive. 

En'glne, n. Enikini; mikini; mea ko? 

„, kua i ka hana o ka lima. 

En'gin-eer'» n. 1. Kanaka malama 

2. Civil engineer, kanaka ana aina; ana 
alanui, etc. 

En'glish, adj. Beritania. English lan- 
guage, olelo Beritania. 

En-grave', v. E kahakaha. 

En-grav'er, n. Mea kahakaha kii. 

En-grav'ing, n. 1. Ke kahakaha ana. 
2. Kii i kahaia. 

En-gross', v, 1. E kakau poepoe. 

2. E hoopaa. To engross the attention^ 
e hoopaa loa i ka noonoo. 

3. Lilo loa. The work engrosses all his 
time, lilo loa kona manawa i ka hana. 

En-gross'ment, n. 1. Ke kakau poe- 

2. Ka lilo loa ana o ka manao; a 
manawa paha. 

En-hance', v. E hoonui ae. Syn. in- 

E-nig'nxa, n. Olelo nane. Syn. puzzle. 

En-join', v. 1. E kauoha; e koi. 
2. E papa mamuli o ke kanawai. 

En-j<Sy', v. E hoihoi; e lealea; e olioll. 

En-joy'ment, n. He lealea; he olioli; 
he hauoli. 

En-large', v. 1. E hoomahuahua; e 

2. E hoonui olelo. Enlarge upon a sub- 
ject, e hoonui olelo ma ke kumu ma- 

En-liglit'en, v. E hoonaauao; hoo-ma- 
lamalama. Syn. instruct. 

En-līgh.t'en-ment, n. Ka hoonaauao 

En-list', v. 1. E kakau inoa no kekahi 

2. E hoala. To enlist the sympathy, e 
hoala i ka manao kokua. 

En-list'ment, n. Ke komo ana. En- 
listment in the cause of education, ke 
komo ana ma ka oihana hoonaauao. 

En-liv'en, v. E hoo-hoihoi; hoo-eu-eu; 

w hoo-lalelale. 

En'mi-ty, n. Ke ku-e'; enemi ma ka 
noho ana. 

En-no'ble, v. E hoohanohano. 




E-n6r'mi-ty, n. Ka ino loa; ka hohonu 

o kaino. Syn, depravity. 
E~n6r'mous, adj. Nui loa; weliweli 

ka nui. Syn. immense. 
E-nough' (e-nuf), adj. Lawa. Syn. 

En- quire', v. Eninauaku. Syn. in- 
En-rage', v. E hoopiha i ka inaina. 
En-rich', v. 1. E hoolako. Syn. to 

make rich. 

2. E kipulu. Syn. fertilize. 
En-roll', v. E kakau inoa ma ka papa 

ino a. 
En-roll'ment, n. Ke kakau ana o ka 
v inoa ma ka papa inoa. 
En'sign, n. 1. Ka mea nana e lawe i 

ka hae. 

2. He hae. 
En-slave', v. E hookauwa kuapaa. 
En-slave'ment, n. Ka hookauwa ana. 
En-sue', t). Ehahai. Evil will ensue, e 

hahai auanei ka ino. 
En-tan'gle, v. E hoohihia. 
En'ter, v. 1. E hookomo. To enter an 

account, e hookomo i ka inoa ma ka bu- 

ke helu. 

2. To enter a business, e komo aku ma 
ka oihana. 

3. To enter an action, e hoopii. Syn. 
v sue. 

En'ter-prlse, n. Hana nui. Syn. un- 

„, dertaking. 

En'ter-pris'ing, adj. Aa ika hapai ana 

„ i ka hana nui. 

En'ter-tain', v. 1. E hookipa. Enter- 
tain strangers, e hookipa i na malihini. 

„2. E hoo-oluolu; e hoo-hoihoi, 

iEn'ter-tain'er, n. Mea hookipa. 

En'ter-tain'ment, n. Ke kipa ana. 

En-tlm'si-asm, n. Ka hoihoi o ka ma- 
nao ; ke ano~ hoolalelale. 

En-thu'si-ast'ie, adj. Piha i ka hoi- 

En-tīee', v. E hoowalewale ; e onou. 

En-tlce'ment, n. Ka hoowalewale ; ka 
onou ana. Syn. seduction. 

En-ti'cer, n. Mea nana e hoowalewale; 
mea onou. Syn. seducer. 

En-tire', adj. Holookoa; pauloa. 

En-tire'ly, adv. Loa. Entirely finished, 
pau loa i ka hana ia. Syn. completely. 
Entirely subdued, laka loa. 

En-ti'tle, v. E hoo-kuleana. 

En-tomb' (tobm), v. E hookomo ma 
„, ka ilina. 

En'to-mol'o-gist, n. Kanaka ike no 
„ na mea kolo. 

En'to-nidl'o-gy» n. Ka ike no na mea 

En'trails, n. Na naau liilii. 

En'trance, n. 1. Ke komo ana, 
^2. Kahi e komo ai. 

En-trance', v. E hoohoihoi; hoohauoli. 

Syn. enrapture. 
En-trap', v. E hoohalua; e upiki. Syn. 

En- treat', v. E koi ; e noi haahaa. Syn» 

supplicate; petition. 
En-treat'y, n. Ka noi haahaa. Syn. 
En'try,w. Syn. entrance. 
E-nu'mer ate, v. E helu pakaki. 
E-nu'mer-a'tion, n. Ka helu ana. 
E-nun'ci-ate, v. E hai maopopo mai. 
En-vel'op, v. 1. E hoopaapu. Envel- 
oped in smoke, hoopaapuia i ka u-ahi. 
2. E wahi' i kekahi mea. Syn. wrap 

En'vel-ope, n. 1. Wahi leta. 
v 2. Wahi'. Syn. wrap. 
En'ri-ous, adj. Hoo-huo'i; huahuwa'; 

En-vi'rons, n. Na wahi e hoopuni ana 
^i ke kulanakauhale. 
En'voy, n. He elele kiekie o ke aupu- 
„ūi. Syn. ambassador. 
En'vy, v. Huahuwa'; lili. 
Ep'au-let, n. Lei poohiwi. 
E-phem'e-ral, adj. Heewale; pau ko- 
^ke. Syn. fleeting. 
Ep'i-eure, n. Kanaka manao nui i na 

mea ai me na mea inu. 
Ep-i-dem'ie, n. He mai laha. 
Ep-i-der'mis, n. Ka ili. Syn. skin. 
Ep«i-gl6t'tis, n. He uhi no ka puka e 
„ alakai ana i ke ake mama. 
Ep'i-lep-sy, n. Mai lo'lo'. 
E-pis'«o-pa-cy, n. Ka oihana bihopa. 
E-pis'co-palT adj. Pili i ka ekalesia 

E-pls'tle, n. Palapala. Syn, letter. 
Ep'i-taph, n. He olelo i kahaia ma ka 
„pohaku ilina. 

Ep'i-thet, n. Hua olelo hoike pono i 
w ke ano. 

Ep'och (ēp'ok), n. He wa kaulana. 
Eq'ua-ble, adj. Kaulike; kupono. 
E'qual, n. Mea like. An equal, he hoa 

ma ke kulana like. 
E-qual'i-ty, n. Ka like. 
E'qual-ly, adv. Like a like. 
E'qua-niin'i-ty,?i. Oluolu o ka manao. . 
E-qua'tion, n. He kaulike; ke kau 

like ana o na kuaniti elua. 
E-qua'tor, n. Poai waena honua. 
E'qua-to'ri-al, adj. Pili i ka poai 

E-ques'tri-an, n. Mea hooholo lio. 
E'qui-an'gu-lar, adj. Huina-like. 
B'qui-dis'tant, adj. Kaawale like. 
E'qui-lat'er-al, adj. Aoao like. 
E'qui-llb'ri-um, n. Kaumaha like. 
E'quine, adj. Pili i ka lio. 
E'qui-nde'tial, adj. or n. Ka poai wa- 
ena o ke aouli; a hiki ka la ilaila ua li- 
_ki ke ao me ka po ma na wahi a pau. 
1'qui-nox, n. Ka wa i like a like ke ao 

me ka po ma na wahi a pau. 
E-quip', v. E hoolako a makaukau. 
Eq'ui-page (ek'wi-pej), ?i. 1. Naukali 
o kela me keia ano. 
2. Na kahiko o kela me keia ano, 
E-quip'ment, n, Na lako hoomakau- 




E'qui-poise, n. Ke kaupaona like. 
_ Syn. equilibrium. 

Eq'ui--ta~Me, adj. Kaulike; kupono. 
^Syn. fair; just. 

Eq'ui-ty, n. Ke kaulike; ka hoopono. 
E-quiv'a-lent, n. Ka mea waiwai like. 
E-qniv'o-eal, adj. Epa-epa; wahahee. 
E-quiv'o-€ate, v. E olelo epa; e hoo- 
E'ra, n. He au; lie wa. The Christian 

era, ke au Kristiano. 
E-rad'i-eate, v. 1. E anai. Syn. erase. 

2. E iihuki; e hehuae. Syn. extirpate. 
E-rase', v. E holoi. Syn. efface; ob- 
literate. To erase a writing, e holoi i ka 

mea i kakauia. 
E-ra'sion, ) Ka holoi ana o ka mea 
E-ra'sure,$ ikahaia a kakauia paha. 
Ere (ar), prep, and adv. Mamua; ma- 

E-reet', adj. Kupololei; kupono. Syn. 

E-rē€t/, v. 1. E kukulu. 

2. E hoo-ku' pololei. 
E-ree'tion, n. 1. Ke kukulu ana. 
^ 2. Ka mea i kukuluia. 
Erelong:', adv. Aole liuliu. 
Err, v. E kuhihewa ; e lalau. 
Er'rand, n. He kumu hoounauna. To 

send on an errand, e hoounauna. 
Er-rat'ic, adj. Keekee ; kuawili. 
Er-ra'tum, n. Hewa ma ka pai ana. 
Er-ro'ne-oiis, adj. Hewa; kuhihewa. 
Er'ror, n. 1. Hewa. Syn. evil ; sin. 
v 2. Kuhihewa; lalau. Syn. mistake. 
Er'u-dite, adj. Naauao. Syn. learned. 
Er -Vi-di'tion', n. Ka naauao; ka ike. 

Sy'n. learning. 
E-rup'tion, n. 1. He puupuu ma ke 

v 2. Ka pahu' ana o ka pele. 
Er'y-sip'e-las, n. He maiulaula kolo; 

ano laina. 
Es-cape', v. E holo a pakele ; e hee aku. 
„ Way of escape, kahl e pakele ai. 
Es- cheat', v. E hoi houikahakuaina; 

a i ke aupuni paha. 
Es-chew', v. E haalele;e kaaokoa'ku. 

Eschew evil, e haalele i ka hewa. Syn. 

forsake; avoid. 
Es-eort/, v. 1. E huakai hoohano- 

w 2. E ukali i mea malama. 
Es'«ort, n. 1. He huakai hoonanohano. 
w 2. He poe koa ; mea malama. 
Es'«ri-toir (es-cri-twar), n. Pahu 

kakau palapala. Syn. writing desk; 
v secretary. 

Es'«u-lent, n. Mea kupono ke ai. 
E-soph/a-giis, n. Kapuu. Syn. gullet. 
Es-pe'cial-ly, adv. Oiaio hoi. 
JSs'pi-on-age, n. Ka hoomaka'kiu. 
Es'pla-nade', n. Wahi kaawale iloko 

o ke kulanakauhale. 
Es-pous'al, n. Ka hoopalau ana. 
Es-pouse', v. 1. E hoopalau. Syn. 


2. E kokuamamuliokekahimea. 

Es-say' v. E hoao. Syn. endeavor 
w Essay to go, e hoao e hele. 
Es'say, n. He kumumanao i hakuia. 
Es'say-ist, n. Mea haku manao. 
Es'sence, n. 1. He wai ala. 

2. Ka i'o; ke ano nui. Syn. meaning. 
Es-sen'tial, adj. Kupono loa. Syn. 

Es-tab'lish, v. 1. E hoonohonoho. 

Establish boundaries, c hoonohonoho pa- 

lena aina. Syn. settle. 

2. E hookumujhookahua. Establish 
schools, e hookumu i na kula. 

3. E hookupaa. Establish pririciples, e 
hookupaa i na loina. 

Es-tab'lisli-ineiit, n. 1. Ka hoonoho- 
noho ana. 

2, Hale oihana. A printing establish- 
ment, he hale pai palapala. 

Es-tate'. n. 1. Waiwai. Syn. property. 
Meal estate, waiwai paa. Personal 
estate, waiwai lewa. 

2. Kulana. Syn. rank. High estate, 
kulana kiekie. 

3. Kekahionamanaoke aupuni. 
Es-teem', v. E mahalo nui. 
Es'ti-ma-Me, adj. Mahaloia. 
Es'ti-mate, n. E noonoo no ka nui o 
„ kekahijmea. 

Es'ti-ma'tion, n. 1. Ka noonoo ana. 

Syn. computation. 

2. Ka mahalo. A high estimation, he 

mahalo nui. 
Es-trangre', v. E hoohuli ku-e'. Syn. 

Es-trang-e'ment, n. Ka hoohuli ku-e' 
„, ana o ka manao. Syn. alienation. 
Es-tray', n. He holoholona hele hewa # 
E-ter'nal, adj. Mai kinohi a mau loa 

aku. The Eternal, Ke Akua Mau Loa. 
E-ter'ni-ty, n. Ke Ao pau ole. 
Eth'ies, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ka hoike 

Eth-ndPo-gy, n. Ka olelo e pili ana i 
„ kela me keia lahui, ma kona ano. 
Et'i-quette (et'i-ket) n. Na rula no 
w ka launa pono a na. 

Et'y-mol'o-gist, n. Kanaka imi i ke 
,, ano o na hua olelo. 

Et'y-moPo-gy, n. Ka ike i imi i ke ku- 
mu o kela me keia hua olelo. 
Eu/lo-gize, v. E mahalo nui ma ka 

Eu/lo-gy, n. He haiolelo e haawi ana i 

ka mahalo. Syn. encomium. 
Eu/pho-ny, n. Ke kani pono o ka leo 

ma ka puana leo. 
Eū/ro-pē'an, adj. No Europa. 
Ē-vā€'u-āte, v. 1. E haalele. Syn. 

quit; vacate. 

2. E hoonaha' laau lapaau. 
E-vā€'«.-ā'tion, n. 1. Ka haalele ana. 

2. Ka hoonaha' ana. 

3. Hana lepo. 

E-vade, n. E alo ae; e huli ae. Syn. 
avoid; elude. 




Ev'a-nes'cent, adj. Pau wale; lele 
koke; heewale; mahani. The thought 
has escaped me, inahani aku nei ka 


Ev'an-gel'ic-al, adj. Kulike me ka 
euanelio. Syn. orthodox. 

E-van'gel-ist, n. He haiolelo. 

E-van'gel-ize, a. E hoohuli mamuli o 
ka euanelio. 

E-vap'o-rate, v. E omo wai i ka wela. 

E-vap'o-ra'tion, n. Ka omo aua o ka 
wai i ka wela. 

E-vas'ive, adj. Lauwili; pololei ole. 

_ An evasive answer, lie Liaina lauwili. 

Eve, n. Ahiahi. Syn. evening. 

E'vem, adj. 1. Laumania. An even sur- 
face, ili laumania. 

2. Kau-like. An even number, helu 

_ 3. ( Adv.) Even so, pela i'o no. 

Ev'en-ing, n» Ka na~po' ana o ka la; ke 

_ ahiahi; ka liula'. 

Ev'en-ly, adv. Like a like. To divide 
evenly, e mahele like a like. 

E-vent', n. 1. He hananui; heouli. 

_ 2. Ka mea i koia. 

E-vent'ful, adj. Paapu i na hana nui. 

E'ven-tide, n.' Syn. evening. 

Ev'er, adv. 1. Kekahi wa. 
2. Mau. Forever and ever, mail, a mau; 

_ia ao aku. ia ao aku. 

Ev'er- glade, n. Aina i uhiia i ka wai a 

_me ke mauu. 

Ev'er-green, n. Laau uliuli mau. 

Ev'er-last'ing, adj. Mau loa. Syn. 

„ eternal. 

Ev'er-y, adj. Pau loa. Each and every 

w one, pau loa, kela me keia. 

Ev'er-y-where, adv. Ma na wahi a 
pau; hulimoku. 

E-vict', v. E kipaku. Syn. eject. 

E-vic'tion, n. Ke kipaku ana. Syn. 

„ ejection. 

Ev'i-dence, n. Olelo hoike. Syn. testi- 


Ev'l-dent, adj. Moakaka; maopopo lea. 

Ev'i-dent-ly, adv. Maopopo lea. 

E'vil, n. 1. He ino. Syn. sin; hewa. 
2. Poino. Syn. disaster. 

E-vince', v. E hoike. Syn. show. To 
evince determination, e hoike i ka manao 

E-voke', a. 1. E kahea. To evoke assist- 
ance, e kahea i kokua. Syn. call forth. 
2. 4 E hoike. To evoke the poivers of the 
mind, e hoike mai i na mana o ka noo- 


Ev'o-lu'tion, n. Ka hoomohala ana, 
mai ke kumu mai. 

E-volve', v. E hoomohala no loko mai; 
e unuhi ae no loko mai. 

Ewe (yu)_, n. Hipa wahine. 

Ew'er (yuer,) n. Pika wai. 

Ex-ā€t f , adj. Like loa. Syn. precise. 

Ex- act', v. E koi. Exact tribute, e koi i 
ka auhau. 

Ex-act'ing, adj. Paakiki; oolea. An 
exacting man, he kanaka paakiki. 

Ex-ac'tion, n. 1. Ke koi ana me ka 

mana o ke kanawai. 

2. Ka mea i koi ia. 
Ex-act'ly, adv. 1. Pela i'o. Exactly so, 

pela i'o no. Syn. precisely. 

2. Like loa. 
Ex-ag'ger-ate, v. E hoonui ae; e haa- 

Ex-ag'ger-at-ed, adj. Oi ae i ko ka 

Ex-ag'ger-a'tion, n. Ka hoonui ana 

mamua o ka mea oiaio: kahaanui ana. 
Ex-alt', v. 1. E hookiekie ae. Right- 
eousness exalteth a nation, hookiekie ae 

la ka pono i ka lahui. 
,. 2. E hoano. Syn. laud; praise. 
Ex'al-ta'tion, n. 1. Ka hookiekie ana. 

2. Ka hoano ana. 
Ex-alt'ed, adj. 1. Kiekie. Syn. high. 

2. Hookiekieia'e. Syn. elevated. 
Ex-am'i-na'tion, n. 1. Ka imi ana; 

ka huli aoa. Syn. investigation. 

2. He hoike. A school examination, he 

hoike kula. 
Ex-am'ine, v. 1. E mili. Syn. look 

into carefully. 

2. Ninaninau. Examine a witness, e ni- 
naninau i ka hoike. 

3. E hoike. Examine a school, e hoike 

Ex-am'in-er, n. Mea nana e mili; na- 
na e hoike, etc. 
Ex-am'ple, n. 1. He ninau hoomaa- 


2. He kumu hoohalike. Syn. pattern. 
Ex-as'per-ate, v. E hoonaukiuki. 
Ex-as'per-a'tion, n. Ka ukiuki ino. 
Ex'ea-vate, v. Ekohijeeli. Syn. dig. 
Ex'ca-va'tion, n. Ka lua i eliia, 
Ex-ceed' v. E oi aku; e pakela'ku. 

Syn. surpass; transcend. 
Ex-ceed'ing-ly, adv. Loa. Exceeding- 

ly small, makalii loa. Exceedingly great, 

nunui loa. 
Ex-cel', v. E kela. Syn. surpass; exceed. 
Ex'cel-lence. n. Ka maikai oi. 
Ex'cel-len-cy, n. Inoa hanohano no ke 
w kiaaina, a k"uhina aupuni paha. 
Ex'cel-lent, adj. Maikai oi; kilohana, 
Ex-cept', v. 1. E hoohalahala; e ku-e' 

i ka olelo. Syn. object. 

2. E hookoe. Syn. exclude. 
Ex-cept/, prep. 1. Koe. Syn. not in- 

2. Ke ole. Syn. unless. 
Ex-cept'ing:, prep. Koe; koe nae. 
Ex-cep'tion, n. 1. Ke ku-e' ana i ka 


2. Ka mea pili ole; ka mea i koe. 
Ex-cep'tioii-a~ble, adj. Kupono ole; 

ku*i ka hoohalahala ia. 
Ex-cess', w. 1. Ka mea kaulele ; ka oi. 

2. "Ka u'ha-u'ha. Syn. dissipation. 
Ex-ces'sive, adj. Kaulele; oi pakela. 
Ex-change', v. Ehaawipanai; epanai. 
Ex-cliange', n. Kahi e kuka'ai o kapoe 

kalepa. Merchants' exchange, hui kuka' 

o ka poe kalepa. 




Ex-cheq'uer (eks-chek-er), n. Wai- 

_ hona dala o ke aupuni. 
Ex'cise, n. Ka dute waiwai. Syn. duty. 
Ex-cit'a-ble, adj. Pihoihoi wale; pu- 

iwa; kapalili wale ka houpo. 
Ex-cite', v. 1. E hoohoihoi ; ehoopihoi- 


2. E hooeueu; e hoolalelale. Syn. in- 

3. E hoala. Excite a disturbance, e ho- 
ala i ka haunaele. 

Ex-citing, p. a. Hoopihoihoi; hoopili- 
hua. Exciting times, wa hoopilihuaai 
„ ka manao. 
Ex-cite'ment, n. 1. Ka pihoihoi. 

2. "Ka hoihoi o ka naau. 

3. Uluao'a; haunaele. Syn. disturb- 

Ex-«lāim/, v. E kahea nui; e hootio. 
Ex'cla-naa'tion, ?i. He kahea nui; he 
_ hoo'ho leo. 
Ex'cla-ma/tion point, n. Kiko pu- 

iwa (!). 
Ex-clam'a-to-ry, adj. Ano hoo'ho; 

ano puiwa o ka leo. 
Ex-el title', v. Epani aku; e pale aku 

iwaho. Syn. debar. 
Ex-clu'sive, adj 1. Helu ole ia. Syn. 


2. Ibiihi; nohokaawale; launa ole. 
Ex-clu'sive-ly, adv. Wale no. Yours 
„ exclusively, nou wale no. 
Ex'eoni-mu'ni-cate, v. E oki aku. 
Ex-cres'gence, n. He puu ulu wale mai, 
Ex-€rū'ci-ā£-ing:, adj. Mahuahualoa 

o ka eha. 
Ex-e&l'pate, v. E kaaokoa i ka hewa. 

Syn. exonerate. 
Ex-ctir'sion, n Ka hele makaikai i kau 

Ex-cus'a-Me, adj. Kupono ke kalaia. 
Ex-«use, (ex-kuz'), v. E kala. 
Ex-cuie' (ex-kus'j, n. He olelo apono. 
. Syn. apology. * 

Ex'e-cra-ble, adj. Ino loa. Syn. de- 
Ex'e-crate, v. E hooino; e olelo ino. 
w Syn. curse. 

Ex'e-«nte, v. 1. E hooko'. Syn. per- 
_ 2. E hoomake, mamuli o ke kanawai, 
Ex'e-«u'tion, n. 1. Ka hooko' ana. 

Syn. performance. 

2. Ka hoomake ana. 
Ex'e-cu'tion-er» n. Kanaka hoomake 

mamuli o ke kanawai. 
Ex-ee'u-tlve, n Mana, a poe paha, 

hooko kanawai. 
Ex-eVu-tor, n. Kahu hooko kauoha 

no ka waiwai hooilina. 
Ex-ee'u-trix, n. Kahu wahine hooko' 
Ex-em'pla-ry, adj. Kupono ke hoo- 

halike ia. 
Ex-em'pli-fy, v. E hoikeike hoomaa- 

Ex-empt', adj. Hookuuia. Exemptfrom 

taxation, hookuuia mai ka auhau. 

Ex-empt', v. E hookuu; e hookaawale. 

Ex-emp'tion, n. Ka hookuu ana. Ex- 
emption from taxes, ka hookuu ana mai 

^na auhau. 

Ex'er-cise, n. 1. Ka hooikaika kino, 

^2. He haawina hoomaamaa, 

Ex'er-cise, v. 1. E hooikaika kino. 
2. E noohana. Syn. employ ; use. 

Ex-ert% i>. 1. Ehoo-eu'eu; hoolalelale. 
2. E hooikaika. Syn. put forth effort. 

Ex-er'tion, n. Ka hooikaika ana. Syn. 
effort. Great exertion, ka hooikaika nui. 

Ex-hale', v. E moani; e mohala. Syn. 

Ex-haugt', v. 1. E hoopau. Syn. 

2. E paupauaho. Syn. weary. 

3. E hoomaluhiluhi loa. Syn. tire out. 
Ex-haus'tion, n. 1. Ka paupauaho. 

2. Maluhiluhi; naenae. Syn. weari- 

3. Ka hoopau loa ana. 
Ex-haust'less, adv. Pau ole. Syn. 

Ex-hib'it, v. Ehoike; e hoikeike. Syn. 

show; display. To exhibit goods, e 
„ hoikeike i na waiwai. 
Ex'hi-bi'tion, n. 1. He hoikeike. In- 
ternational exhibition, he hoikeike o na 

lahui nui. 

2. He hoike hai olelo. A school exhibi- 
_ Hon, hoike haiolelo no ke kula. 
Ex-Ml'a-rate, v. E hoo-eu'eu'; hoo- 

hoihoi. Syn. cheer; enliven. 
Ex-liil'a-ra'tion, n. Ka hoihoi o ka ma- 
nao. Syn. animation. 
Ex-hort', v. E paipai; e kauleo. Syn. 
.. counsel. 

Ex'lior-ta'tion, n. Olelo paipai. 
Ex-hort'er, n. Mea paipai. 
Ex-liume, <y» E huai. Syn. disinter. 
Ex'i-gen-cy, n. Pilikia kuhewa; pill- 
„ kia ku i ]£a wa. Syn. necessity. 
Ex-Ile, n. He kuewa. 
Ex-dn'er-ate, v. E kaaokoa i ka hewa. 

Syn. exculpate. 
Ex-dr'bi-tant, adj. Kaulele; pakela 

loa. Syn. excessive. 
Ex-tir'clse, v. E mahiki. 
Ex-dt'ic, n. Mea ulu malihini maka 

Ex-pand', v. 1. E hoomohala. Syn. 


2. E moana. Syn. spread out. 
Ex-panse', n. Ke akea. The expanse 
u of the heavens, ke akea o na lani. 
^Ex-pan'sion, n. 1. Ka mohala ana. 

2. Ka hooakea ana. 
Ex-pa'ti-ate, v. E hooakea i ka olelo; 

e kamailio akea. 
Ex-pa'tri-ate, v. E wailana. Syn, 

Ex-pect, v. E kakali. 
Ex'pec-ta'tion, n. 1. Ke kali ana o 

ka manao. 

2. Makemake. Syn. desire. 
Ex-pec'to-rant, n. Laau kunu. 
Ex-pee'to-rate, v. E kuha. 




Ex-pe'di-en-cy, n. Ke kupono. Syn. 

Ex~pē'di-ent, adj. Kupono. Syn. de- 

„ sirable. 

Ex'pe-dite, v. E hoohikiwawe. Syn. 

^hasten; accelerate. 

Ex'pe-di'tion, n. 1. Ka hikiwawe; ka 

„2. Hehananui. 

Ex'pe-dl'tioiis, adj. Hikiwawe; wiki- 

Ex-pel', v. E hookuke; e kipaku. 

Ex-pend', v. E hoolilo. Syn. spend. 

Ex-pend'i-ture, n. Ka hoolilo ana. 

Ex-pens©', n. Lilo. Syn. cost. 

Ex-pen'srve, adj .Nui o ka lilo; kumu 
kuai nui. 

Ex-pe'ri-ence, n. Ka ike i loaa mamuli 
o kahana; h~e ike iiio. 

Ex-pē'ri-ēnced, adj. Makaukau ma- 
muli o ka ik~e iho. An experienced man, 
he kanaka i ike nona iho. 

Ex-per'i-ment, n. Hana hoao. 

Ex-pert', adj. Noeau; akamai. Syn. 

w skilful; handy. 

Ex'pi-ate, v. E huikala. Syn. atone. 

Ex'pi-a'tion, n. Ka huikala ana. Syn. 

w atonement. 

Ex-pire', v. 1. E make. Syn. die. 

2. E pio. Syn. go out. The fire expires, 
ke pio nei ke ahi. 

3. Pau. The time expires, ke pau nei ka 

Ex-plain', v. E wehewehe; e kuailo. 

_Syn. expound, 

Ex'pla-na'tion, n. Ka wehewehe ana. 

Ex-plan'a-to-ry, adj. Hoakaka ana; 

w wehewehe ana. 

Ex'pli-ea-ble, adj. Hiki ke wehewe- 

heia. Syn. explainable. 
Ex-plic'it, adj. Moakaka. Syn. plain; 

Ex-plode', a. E pahu'; e poha'. Syn. 

w burst. 

Ipx'ploit, n. Hana hookaulana. 

Ex'plo-ra'tion, n. Ka imi ana i na wa- 

hi, me na mea i ike ole ia. 
Ex-plore', v. E makaikai i na mea, me 
„na wahihou. 

Ex-plo'sion, n. Ka pahu' ana; ka po- 
ha' ana. Syn. bursting. 
Ex-po'nent, n. 1. Hoailona kuhikuhi 

mana, xs=x, mana elua. 

2. Hoailona hoike. Syn. index. An 

exponent of the mind, he hoailona hoike 
„ manao. 

Ex-port', v. E hooili waiwai i na aina e. 
Ex'por-ta'tion, n. Ka hooili ana i ka 

Ex-port'er, n. Mea hooili waiwai i ka- 
w hie. 
Ex'ports, n. Na waiwai o ka aina i hoo- 

Ex-pose', v. 1. E hoike akea. Expose 

falsehood, e hoike akea i ka wahahee. 

2. E waiho wale. Exposed to the rain, 

waiho wale ia i ka u'-a. 

Ex-po-si'tion, n. 1. Ka wehewehe 
ana. Syn. expounding; interpretation. 
2. Ka hoikeike ana. Syn. exhibition. 

Ex-pos'i-tor, n. He wehewehe olelo. 
Syn. expounder. 

Ex-post'u-late, v. E papa' ikaika. 

Ex-pos'nre, n. 1. Ka hoike akea ana. 
2. Kā waiho wale ana. Exposure to the 
sun, ka waiho wale ana i ka la. 

Ex-pound', v. E wehewehe. Syn. ex- 

Ex-press', v. 1. E hoakaka; e hai aku. 
Syn. utter; declare; intimate. 
2. E hoike. Syn. indicate; signify. 

Ex-press', adj. 1. Ano hookahi. The 
express image of Ms father, ke ano hoo- 
kahi no me kona makua kane. 
2. Express purpose t ia kumu hooka- 
hi no. 

Ex-press', n. 1. Express messenger, he 
kanaka kukini. 

2. Express company, he hui e hoohiki- 
wawe i ka hooili ana i ka ukana. 

3. Kaa halihali ohua. 
Ex-pres'sion, n. 1. He olelo. Syn. 


2. Ka hoakaka ana. Syn. intimating. 

3. Ke ano. A pleasing expression of 
countenance, ke ano oluolu o ka helehe- 

Ex-press'ive, adj. 1. Ano nui. An ex- 
pressive phrase, lie olelo ano nui, olelo 

Ex-press'ly, adv. 1. Pololei loa. He 
tola me so expressly, hai pololei loa mai 
oia ia'u pela. 

2. Wale no. Expressly for you, nou 
wale no. 

Ex-pul'sion, n. Ka hookuke ana; ke 
kipaku ana. 

Ex-pfinge', v. E kapai; e holoi aku. 
Expunge from the laws, e kapai mai na 

Ex-quis'Ite, adj. Eleu; aulii; nani. 

Ex -tan t', adj. E noho nei; e waiho 
nei. Extant writings, na palapala e 
waiho nei. 

Ex-tem'po-re, adv. Noonoo ole ia ma- 
mua; ku i ka wa. An extempore speech, 
haiolelo ku i_ka wa. Syn. off hand. 

Ex-tem'po-rise, v. E haku wale i ka 

Ex-tend', v. 1. E hoo-akea; hoo-moa- 
na; e hoop alah alalia. Extend his do- 
minion, e hoo-akea i kona aupuni. 

2. E kikoo; e o mai. Syn. stretch 

3. E hooloihi. Syn. lengthen. Extend 
the time, e hooloihi i ka manawa. 

4. E hoolaha. Syn. publish. To extend 
notice, e hoolaha i ka olelo hoolaha. 

5. E hohola; e uhola. Syn. stretch. 
Extend the awning, e hohola i ke anini. 
Extend help, e haawi i ke kokua; or, e 

Ex-ten' srve, adj. 1. Laulaha; akea; 
moana. Syn. broad; expansive. 




2. Nui. Extensive preparations, hooma- 

kaukau nui. Extensive fire, he ahi nui. 
Ex-ten'sive-ly, adv. Laulaha; akea. 
Ex-tent', n. 1. Ke akea. Syn. expanse. 

2. Palena. The extent of the laiv, kapa- 

lena o ke kanawai, Syn. bounds. 
Ex-teii'u-ate, v. E pale i ka hewa. 

Syn. palliate. 
Ex-te'ri-or, n. Ko waho. Syn. outside. 
Ex~ter'mi-nāte, v. E luku loa; e hoo- 

pio loa. Syn. extirpate. 
Ex-ter'nal, adj. No waho; mawaho. 

Syn. outside. 
Ex-ter'nal-ly, a$v. Ma ko waho. 
Ex-ter'nals, n. Na nanaina o waho. 
Ex-tinet', &dj. Pio; nalo; nalowale. 

An extinct crater, he luapele i pio. 
Ex-tine'tion, n. Ka pio ana; ka nalo 

ana. The extinction of the race, ka pio 

ana o ka lahui. 
Ex tin'guish, v. 1. E hoopio. Ex- 
tinguish the race, e hoopio i ka lahui. 

Extinguish the fire, e hoopio i ke ahi. 

2. E kiuai. 
Ex-tir'pate, v. 1. Ē nhuki loa. Extirpate 

weeds, e uhuki loa i na nahelehele. Syn. 

eradicate; exterminate. 

2. E hoopau loa. 
Ex-tol', v. E hoolea; e hoonani. Syn. 

Ex-t6rt% v. 1. E alunu. Extort money, 

e alunu dala; e pakaha. 

2. E kaohi. To extort a confession, e 

kaohi i olelo ae. 
Ex-tor'tion-er, n. Kanaka alunu. 
Ex'traot, n. 1. He mahele o ka olelo. 

2. Ka i'-o o kekahi mea. 
Ex-traet% v. E unuhi ae; e wehe ae. 
Ex-trae'tion, n. 1. Ka unuhi ana; ka 

wehe ana. 

2. He kuauhau; he kumu. Of Hawaiian 

extraction, no ke kumu Hawaii. 
Ex'tra-di'tion, n, Ka hoihoi kuikahi 

ana o na lawehala iwaena o na aupuni. 
Ex'tra-or'cU-na-ry, adj* Kupaianaha. 

Ex-trav'a-gance, n. U'hau'ha wai* 
wai. Syn. prodigality. 

Ex-trav'a-gant, adj. 1. IJ'hau'ha wale 
ka waiwai. 
2. Oiaio ole. Syn. exaggerated. 

Ex-treme', %, 1. Kamuameka ha o 
na kuaniti o ke kau-kolu. 
2. Ka welau ; ka hope loa. 

Ex-treme', adj. 1. Extreme punish- 
ment, ka hoopai nui loa. 
2. Extreme measures, na hana oolea 

Ex-treme'ly, adv. Loa. Extremely slow, 
lohi loa. 

Ex-trem'i-ty, n. 1. Ka hope loa; ka 
2. The extremity of pain, ka nui loa ana 

_, o ka^hui. 

Ex'tr'-eate, v. E hoohemd mai ka pili- 

Ex-u'ber-ance, n% Ka piha oi. Exu- 
berance of joy, ka piha oi oka hauoli. 

Ex-u'ber-ant, adj. Piha oi. Exuberant 
joy, hauoli piha. 

Ex-ude', v. E kulu mai; e kahe taai. 

Ex-iilt', v. E hauoli ; e olioli. Syn. re- 

Ex'ul-ta'tion, n. Hauoli nui. Syn. joy. 

Eye (i), n. Maka. 

Eye'ball, n. Onohi maka. 

Eye'brow, n. Kuekue maka. 

Eye'glass, n. Maka aniani; aniani 


Eye'lash, , 

Eye'less, adj. Maka ole. 

Eye'serv'ant, n. Kauwahoomaka'kiu. 

Eye'serv'lce, Hana hoomaka'kiu. 

Eye'sight/W Ka ike o ka maka. 

Eye'sore, w. Mea eha i ka maka. 

Eye'tooth/, n. Ka niho malalo pono o 
ka maka. 

Eye'wa'ter, n. Wai hamo maka. 

Eye-wit/ness, n, Mea ike maka; he 
ike maka. 

Lihilihi maka. 


Fa'ble, n. Olelo nane; e hoike ana no 
kekahi kumu oiaio. 
Fab'ric, n. 1. Mea i hana ia, like me 

ka hale, uapo, etc. 

2. Mea i hana ia, like me ka lole> 
Fab'ri-cate, a. 1. E hana lima. Syn. 


2. E kukulu. Fabricate a lie, e kukulu 

i wahahee. 
Fab'u-lotts, adj. Oiaio ole. 

Face, n. 1. Helehelena; maka. 

2." Alo. Syn. front. Face of a building, 

ke alo o ka hale. 
Face, v. E ku he alo he alo. 

2." E alo. Face opposition, e alo i ke 

ku-e'ia mai. 
Fa-ce'tio&s, adj. Lealea. 
Fa-cil'-i-tate, v. E hoowiwi; e hoohi" 

kiwawe. Syjn. expedite. 




JTa-ciFi-ty, n. Hikiwale; hikiwawe. 

Syn. ease. 
Fae-sim/i-le, n. Ka lua like. 

IF act, ft. He oiaio; mca i hookoia. 
Fae'tor, %. 1. Helu liana. 

2. Heagena; he hope. 
Fa«'to-ry, n. Hale oihana hana lima. 

Syn. jm anuf actory. 
IT ae-to' turn , n, K auwa lawelawe ake a. 
Fae'nl-ty, n. 1. Ka mana. Syn. power. 

Faculty of speech, ka mana e kamailio. 

2. He poe kumuao o ke kula nui. 
Fade, v. 1. E mae; e luhe'; e loha 

Syn. droop; wilt. 

2. E akeakea. Syn. bleach. 
Fad'ed, adj. Ahiahia. Syn. bleached. 
Fad'ing, aaf. Mae; luhe'. 
Fag, v. 1. E hooluhi wale. 

2. Completely Jagged out, maluhiluhi 

Fag'end, n. Koena waiwai ole. 
Fag/ot, n. Laolao laau. 
Fail, v. 1. E haule. To fail in a lesson, 

e haule ma ka haawina. 

2. E poho. To fail in business, e poho 
ma ka oihana. 

3. E nawaliwali. To fail in health, e 
nawaliwali ma ke ola kino. 

STail'ure, n. 1. Ka haule ana. 

2. Poho ma ka oihana. 

3. Ka nawaliwali o ke kino. 
Faint, adj. Naenae; nawaliwali. 
Faint, v. E ma-u'le. 
Faint'-heart'ed, adj. Puiwa wale; ma- 

ka'u wale, Syn. timid. 
Faintly, adv. 1. Nawaliwali. Speak 

faintly, kamailio nawaliwali. 

2. Powehiwehi. See faintly, e ike po- 

Fair, adj. 1. Pono; kanlike. 

2. Onaona; upalu. A fair woman, he 
wahine onaona. 

3. Maikai. Fair weather, wa maikai. 
Fair, n. He fea. Syn. exhibition. 
Fairly, adv. Me ke kaulike; me ka 

Fair'ness, n. 1. Kapono; ke kaulike. 

2. Ka maikai o ke kino, a helehelena 

pah a. 
Fair'y, n. He kupua. 
Faith', n. He paulelc; manaoio. 
Faith'ful, adj. Kupaa; oiaio. Syn. 

Faith'ful-ly, adv. Me ka oiaio. 
Faithless, adj. 1. Manaoio ole; hoo- 


2. Ano kumakaia. 
Fall, v. 1. E haule. Syn. drop. 

2. E hinailalo. Syn. tumble down (of 
men or animals). 

3. E hiolo. Syn. tumble (of buildings). 
Hall, n. 1. Ka haule ana; hiolo ana; 

iiina ana. 

2. Wailele. Syn. waterfall. 

3. Kau haule lau. Syn. Autumn. 
Fal-la/ciotis, adj. Wahahee; oiaio ole. 
Fal'la-cy, n. Ka wahahee; ka oiaio ole. 

Syn. falsity. 

Falli-Me, adj. Hikiwawe i ka lalau; 

ke kuihee. 
Fall'ing-star, n. Hoku lele. Syn. 

shooting-star; meteor. 
Fal'low, adj. Mahakea. 
False, adj. Wahahee. 
Falsehood., n. He wahahee; he hoo- 
Fal'si-ty, v. E hoopunipuni. To falsify 

accounts, e kakau hoopunipuni i ua 

Fal'ter, v. E haalulu; e kulanalana. 

Syn. tremble; hesitate. 
Fal^ter-ings adj. Kulanalana. Syn. 


2. Haalulu, faltering accents, leo haa- 
Fame, n. Ka lono; ke kaulana. Syn. 

celebrity; renown. 
Famed, adj. Kaulana. Syn. renown; 

Fa-mil'iar, adj. Maa; walea; ike lea ia. 
Fa-mll'iar-Ise, v. E hoomaamaa; e 

Fa-mil- iar'i-ty, n. Ano maa; walea. 
Fa-mil'iar-ly, adv. Me ka walea. 
Fam/i-ly, n. Ohana; mamo. 
Fam'ine, n. Wi. 
Fam/ish, v. E make i ka pololi. Syn. 

Fa'mous, adj. Kaulana. 
Fan, n. He peahi. 
Fa-nat'i€, n. Kanaka manaoio me ka 

noonoo ole. 
Fan'cy, n. Manao ulia wale. 
Fan'cy, v. E manao wale. Syn. im- 
Fang, n. Niho holoholona. 
Far, adj. Mamao; ma-o' loa. 
Farce, n. Hana hoo-akaaka. 
Fare, n. Uku moku; uku kaa. 

2. He ai. Syn. food. Good fare, ai 

Fare'well, interjec. Aloha; no ke kaa- 

wale ana. Syn. good-by. 
Farm, n. He mahina ai. 
Farm, v. E mahi-ai. 
Farm'er, n. Kanaka mahi ai, 
Farm'ing, n. Ka mahi ana i ka aina. 
Far'ri-er, n. 1. Kanaka kapili wawae 


2. Kanaka lapaau lio. 

Far'thing, n. He palekini. 

Fas'ci-nate, v. E hoohoihoi i ka ma- 
nao" Syn. captivate. 

Fash/ion, n. Ka mea i hoomahuiia. 
2. 2. Ke ano mau. 

Fash'ion, v. E hana. Syn. make. 

Fash'ion-a-ble, adj. Hoomahuiia. 

Fast, v. E hooke' ai. 

Fast, adj. 1. Paa. Syn. tight. 

2. Ma'ma'. Syn. swift. 

3. Uhauha. Syn. dissipated. 
Fast'day, n. La hooke' ai. 
Fast'en, v. 1. E hoopaa; e makia; e 

kakia. Fasten slightly, maulihilihi. 




Fastfen-ing, %. Mea hoopaa; he ma- 

Fas-tid'i-ous, adj. Palawaiki; aulii 
Pat, n. Kelekele; aila holoholona. 
Fat, adj. Momona; puipui. 
Fa'tal, adj. Make. Syn. deadly. Fa- 
tal sickness, mai make. 
Fa'tal-ly, adv. E make ai. Injured fa- 
tally, eha e make ai. 
Fate, n, Hopena. 
Fa'tiier, n. Makuakane To father, e 

Fa'ther-land, n. Aina makua. 
Fa'ther-less, adj. Makuakane ole. 
Fa/tner-ly, adv. Me lie makuakane la. 

Syn. paternal. 
Fatii'om, n. Axiana. 
Fafch/om, v. E ana i ka hohonu. 
Fatb/om-less, adj. 1. Hohonu palena 


2. Lipolipo. The fathomless ocean, ka 

moana lipolipo. 
Fa-tigne' (fateeg'), n. Luhi; maloe- 

loe; maluhiluhi. 

2. Mao'pao'pa. Syn. fatigue through 

Fat' ten, v. E hanai i momona. 
Fau'cet, n. Mea ukuhi wai. 
Fault, n. 1. Hewa. 

2. Kina'. Syn. blemish. 
Faultfless, adj. 1. Hewa ole. Syn. 


2. Kina' ole. Syn. unblemished. 
Faultfy, adj. Hewa; pono ole. 
Fgu'na, n. Na mea ola a pau o ka aina. 
Fa'vor, n. 1. Lokomaikai. Syn. kind- 

2. He kokua. To do a favor, e kokua 

Fa'vor, v. 1. E kokua lokomaikai. 

2. E maliu. 
Fa/vor-a-ble» adj. 1. Kupono. A 

favorable wind, he makani pa pono mai. 

2. Maliu; oluolu. Favorable to the cause, 

maliu i ka aoao; or, oluolu i ka aoao. 
FcVvor-a-bly, adv. Apono. To think 

favorably of a thing, e manao apono aku 

i kekahi mea. 
Fa/vor-ite, n. He milimili; he puna- 

Fa'vor-it-ism, n. Ewaewa o ka hana. 
Fawn, v. E hoopilimeaai. 
Fear, n. Maka'u; puiwa; weliweli. 
Fear, v. E maka'u; e puiwa. Syn. 

Fe ar'ful, adj. 1. Puiwa; maka'u. Syn. 


2. Weliweli; eehia. Syn. dreadful; 

Fear'less, adj. Maka'u ole; wiwo ole; 

Syn. bold. 
Fear'less-ly, adv. Makoa me ka ma- 
ka'u ole. 
Fear'less-ness, n. Ke ano wiwo ole. 

Syn. boldness. 
Fe»s-i-ble, adj. Hiki ke hookoia; hiki 

wale no. Syn. practicable. 
jtfe&st, n. Ahaaina. 

Feast, v. 1. E ai a nui. 
2. E kukulu i ahaaina. 

Feat, n. He hana kupaianaha. 

Featfo/er, n. Hulu manu. 

Feat'nre, n. 1. Helehelena. 
2. Hiohiona. 

Feb'ri-fuge, n. Laau lapaau mai wela. 

Feb'ru-a-ry, n. Eeberuari. 

Fed'er-al, adj. Hui. Federal govern- 
ment, aupuni hui. 

Fee, n. l. Na koina o ke kanawai. 
2. Uku o ka loio. 

Fee'ble, adj. Nawaliwali; palupalu. 

Fee'ble-ness, n. 1. Ka palupalu. 
2. Ka nawaliwali. 

Feed, v. E hanai. 

Feed, n. Ai na na holoholona. 

Feel, v. 1. E ha'ha'. Syn. touch 

2. E manaonao. Syn. pity; sympa- 

3. Syn. to be. To feel happy; or to be 
happy, e olioli ; ua oluolu. 

4. Syn. think. How do you feel about 
it; or, what do you think about it, pehea 

kou manao no ia mea ? 
FeeFing, n. 1. Ka ha'ha' ana. Syn. 

2. Manao. An angry feeling, he manao 

3. Ka hoomaopopo ana. Syn. sense. 
A feeling of pain; or, a sense of pain, ka 
hoomaopopo ana i ka eha. 

FeeFing-ly, adv. Me ka hoomaopopo. 

2. Menemene. 
Fee-sim'ple, adj. Alodio. Fee simple 

title, he palapala alodio. 
Feign (fane), 1. Aano. 

2. Hoomala-e'. Syn. to put on appear- 

3. E ake. Feign to eat. e ake e ai. Syn. 

Feint, n. Hana hookamani. 
Fe-lic'i-tate, v. E haawi i ka hauoli. 

Syn7 congratulate. To offer congratula- 
tions, e haawi i ka hauoli. 
Fe-lic/i-tous, adj. Kupono loa. Syn. 

happy. A felicitous expression, he oleio 

kupono loa. 
Fe-lic'i-ty, n. Ka hauoli nui. Syn. 

Fe'line, n. ano popoki. 
Fell, v. 1. E kua. Syn. cut down. 

Fell a tree, e kua i ka laau. 

2. E kulai. Syn. knock down. 
Fell, adj. Lokoino; mainoino. Syn. 

Fellow, n._ He hoa; he kokoolua. 
Fellow-erea'turo, n. Hoa kana'ka. 
Fel'low-feePing, n. Launa o ka ma- 
Fellow-ship, n. Ka launa ana. Syn. 

society; intercourse. 
FePly, n, Laau po-ai o ka huila kaa. 
Fel'on, n. 1. Kanaka i hoahewaia i ke 


2 He puna' ma ka lima. 
Fel'o-ny, n. Karaima nui. Syn. fel- 





Fe-inale, w. and adj. Wahine. 

Fem/i-nine, adj. Ano wahine. 

Fe'mur, n. Iwi u-ha'. 

Fence, n. He pa laau. 

Fence, v. E ka'ka'pahi. 

Fenc'ing, n. 1. Na lako kukulu pa. 
2' "Kakapahi. 

Fend, v. E pale aku. Syn. ward off. 

Fend'er, n. He hao hoopaa ahi iloko o 
ke kapuahi. 

Fer'ment, n. 1. He haunaele; uluao'a. 
2. Ka hu ana. 

Fer-meat', v. 1. E hoo-hu'ae. 
2. E hoo-awaawa. 

Fer'men- taction, n. 1. Ka hoohu' ana. 
2. Ka lilo ana i awaawa. 

Fern, n. He laau i ikeia kona man ano- 
ano malalo iho o na Ian; e like me ka 
palapalai; ke amauu; ka iwaiwa. 

Fe-ro'cious, adj. Ahiu; hae; kuna- 
hihi. ~ 

Fe-roc'i-ty, n. Ke ano hae; ano ahiu. 

Fer'ret, v. E imi a hookuke. Syn. 
search out. 

Fer'ry,n. Waahalihali ma na muli- 
wai me na kowa haiki. 

Fer'ry-boat, n. Waapa halihali. 

Fer'ry-man, n. Kanaka malama waa- 
pa halihali. - 

Fer'tale, adj. 1. Momona; hna nni. 
Fertile soil, lepo momona. 
2. Makaukau. Syn. ready. Fertile in 
expedients, makankan ma na ano o ka 
hana ana. 

Fer'til-ize, v. E kipulu; e hoomomona. 

Fer-til'I-ty, n. 1. Ka momona. Fer- 
tility of the soil, ka momona o ka lepo. 
2. Lako; makankan. Fertility of re- 
source, lako o ka noonoo ; or, makankan 
ma ka noonoo. 

Fer'ule, n. 1. Laan pai lima. 
2. He komo metala no ke kookoo o ka 

Fer'vent, adj. 1. Enaena. Fervent 
heat, wela enaena. Syn. intense. 
2. pnmehana, Fervent love, aloha pu- 
mehana. Syn. ardent. 

Fer'vent-ly, adv. Me ka ikaika o ka 
manao. Syn. ardently. 

Fer'vor, n. 1. Ikaika. The fervor of 
heat, ka ikaika o ka wela. Syn. ardor. 
2. lini o ka naan. 

Fes'tal, adj. Hanoli; lea; olioli. Syn. 
festive; gay; joyful. 

Fes'ter, v. E hookahe i ka palaheehee. 

Fes'ti-val, n. Anaina hanoli; manawa 

Fes-tiv'i-ty, n. Lealea hoolanna. 
Fes-toon', n. He lei no ke keena. 
Fes-to~bn', v. E kahiko ke keena i na 

Fetch, v. E homar, e ki a e lawe mai. 

Syn. "bring. 
Fete (fate), n. See festival 
Fetfid, adj. Pilau; hauna. Syn. stink- 
Fet'loelt, n. Ka lanoho loloa ma ke 
kuekue wawae hope o ka lio. 

Fet'ter, v. E hoopilikia; e hoohaikl. 

Syn. impose restraint. 
Feud, n. He hoomauhala. 
Fe'ver, w. Mai wela; fiva. 
Fe'ver-ish, adj. 1. Wela iki. 

% pihoihoi. Syn. nervous. 
Few (fu), adj. Kakaikahi; kawalawala. 
Fi'at, n. Kauohapaa. 
Fib, n. Olelo hoopunipuni. 
Fi'ber, n. He maawe. Fiber of wood, 

Fiek'le ? adj. Lolilua; olewa; muhee; 

lauwili. Syn. changeable. 
Fickle-ness, n. Manao kapekepeke. 
Fic'tion, n. 1. Hekaao. Syn. fable; 


2. Mea oiaio ole. 
Fie-ti'tious, adj. 1. Oiaio ole. 

2. Kapakapa. Fictitious name, inoa 

Fid'dle, n. Pila hookani. Syn. violin. 
Fid'dler, n. Mea hookani pila pahu. 
Fi-del/i-ty, n. Ke ano ku paa. Syn. 

faithfulness; integrity. 
Fid'get, v. E onioni. 
FId'get-y, adj. Onioni. 
Field, n. 1. He mala. A field of grain, 

he mala huita. 

2. Aina kula. The open field, ke kula. 

3. Akea. Field of vision, ke akea o ka 
ike o ka maka. Syn. range, 

4. Wahi. A field for enterprise, he wahi 
no ka hooikaika. 

Field'-focfok, n. He buke kakau no ke 

ana aina. 
Field'-mar'shal, n. Alihikana nui o 

Field'-of/fl-cer, n. He mekia; lnka- 

nela; kenela. kaua. 
Fiend, n. He diablo; uhane ino. 
Fierce, adj. Ahiu; hae. Syn. ferocious. 
Fierceness, n. 1. Ka wela o ka huhu. 

2. Ano hae; ahiu. Syn. ferocity. 
Fi'er-y, adj. Wela; enaena. 

2. Fiery tempered, hikiwawe o ka hnhu. 
Fife,,». Ohepnhiuuku. 
Fif-teen', adj. Umiknmamalima. 
Fifth, adj. 1. Ka lima; ka mahele eli- 


2. He hapa-lima. 
Fif'ti-eth, adj. Ke kanalima o. TJie 

fiftieth year, ke kanalima o na makahiki. 

2. Hehapa-kanalima. 
Fifty, adj. Kanalima. 
Fig, n. Fiku. 
Fight, n. 1. He hakaka'. Syn. brawl. 

2. He hoouka kaua. Syn. battle. 
Fight, v. E hakaka; e kaua. 
Fight'er, n. Kanaka hakaka; kanaka 

Fig'ur-a-tive, adj. Hoohalike. Syn. 

Fig'u-ra-tive-ly, adv. Ma ka nane ana; 

ma_ka hoohalike ana. 
Fig'ure, n. 1. He kino. Syn. shape. 

2. He hiohiona. Syn. appearance. 

3. Kii. 

4. Hua helu. 




Fig'ure, v. 1. E kakau helu. Syn. 


2. E kaulaua. Syn. to "be distinguished. 
Fil'a-ment, n. He maawe niakalii loa. 
Filch, v. E aihue. Syn. steal; pilfer. 
File, n. 1. He aptiapu. 

2. He lalani. A file of soldiers, he la- 
lani koa. 

3. He puolo pepa. 

File, v. 1. E hookala me ka apuapu. 

2. E huakai lalani. 

3. E hookomo pa ma ka puolo pepa. 

4. E waiho kekahi palapala imua o ka 
aha hookolokolo. 

Fil'ial, adj. Pili i ka porio ana keiki i 

na makua. Filial obedience, ka hoolohe 

o na keiki i na makua. 
Fil'ings, n. Na hunahuna hookala. 
Fill, v. "E hoopiha. 
FU'li-biis'ter, n. He powa ; kanaka ho- 

ala haunaele. 
FiFly, n. Lio wahine opiopio. 
Film, v. He ili lahilahi. 
Fil'ter, n. He mea kanana wai. 
Fil'ter, v. E hoo-kulu hoomaemae i 

ka wai. 
Filth, n. He mea pilau; opala pilau. 
Filth'y, adj. Paele; penopeno; haukae. 
Fil-tra'tion, n. 1. Ke kulu ana. 

2. Ka hoomaemae ana i ka wai. 
Fin, n. Pekekeu. Back fin, kuala. Side 

fin, pewapewa; 
Fin'a-ble, adj. Kn i ka uku hoopai. 
Fi'nal, adj. Hope loa. Syn. ultimate. 
Fl'nal-ly, adv. I ka hope loa. Syn. 

Fi'nance, n. Ka oihana malama dala. 
Fl'nanc-es, n. Na loaa o ke aupuni. 

Syn. revenue. 
Fi-nan'cial, adj. Pili i ka oihana dala. 

Financial difficulty, pilikia o ka waiho- 

na; nele o ka waihona. 
Fi'nan-cie'r, n. Kanaka akamai ma 

ka oihana wai wai. 
Find, v. 1. E loaa mamuli o ka imi. 

2. Ike. Syn. see. I find I cannot come, 

maopopo i'au aole au e hiki ana. 
Fine, n. Uku hoopai. 
Fine, adj. 1. Makalii, nawele. Fine 

thread, lopi nawele. 

2. Aeae. Fine dust, lepo aeae. 

3. Nani; aulii; maikai. 
Fine, v. E kau i ka uku hoopai. 
Fine'ly, adv. Nani; aulii; maikai. 
Fine'ness, n. Ka makalii; ka aeae. 
Fin'er-y, n. Na kahiko e nani ai ke 

Fi-nesse', n. Ano maalea. 
Fin'ger, n. Manamana lima. 
iVnis, n. Ka pau ana ; ka hopena. Syn. 

Fin'ish, v. 1. E hoopau pono. Syn. 


2. E hooko. Syn. perform. 
Fin'ish, n. Hana hoohinuhinu; hana e 

hoo-nani ai. 
Fin'ished, adj. 1. Hoopau pono ia. A 

finished piece of work, he hana i hoopau 
pono ia. 

2. A finished education, hoonaauao nui 

3. Maikai loa. A finished composition, 
he haku manao maikai loa. 

Fin'ish-ing toueb/es, n. Na hana lii-< 

lii i koe. 
Fi'nite, adj. Kau palena ia. The finite 

mind, ka noonoo i kau palena ia. 
Fire, n. Ahi. To prepare a fire, e kuku- 

lu i ahi. To kindle a fire, e hooa' i ke 

ahi. To extinguish a fire, e kinai i ke 

ahi. To take fire, e a i ke ahi. 
Fire, v. 1. E hoo-a' 1 ke ahi. 

2. E ki. Fire a gun, e ki pu. 

3. E hoo-ala i ka huhu. 
Fire'arms, n. Na pu ki o kela me keia 

Fire'brand, n. Momoku ahi; moku 

Fire-en'gine, n. Enikini kinai ahi. 
rire'man, w. 1. Kanaka kinai ahi. 

2. Kanaka puhi ahi o ka enikini. 
Fire'place, n. Kapuahi. 
Fire'plug", n. Ohe wai kinai ahi. 
Fire'proof, adj. Pau ole i ke ahi. 
Fire'side, n. Ke kapuahi o ka ohana. 
Fire-ward'en, n. Luna kiai ahi. 
Fire'-wcfod, n. Wahie. 
Fire'works, n. Na ahi kaolele. 
Firm, adj. 1. Paa. Syn. compact; stable. 

2. Kupaa; oni paa. Syn. constant; 

Firm, n. He hui kalepa. 
Fir'ma-ment, n. Ka lanipaa; ka papa- 

lani; ke aouli. Syn. heavens; sky. 
Firm'ly, adv. 1. Me ka paa. Syn. 


2. Me ka wiwo ole; me ka lauwili ole. 

Syn. resolutely. 
First, adj. 1. Ka mua; ka makamua. 

2. Ka pookela. Syn. chief. 
First'born, n. Ka makahiapo; ka ha- 

nau mua. 
Fir st'fr nits, v. Na hua mua. 
First'r ate, adj. Keumaoli; maikai loa. 
Fis'eal, adj. Pili i ka waihona waiwai 

o ke aupuni. Fiscal year, makahiki ha- 

awina dala'. 
Fish, n. He i'-a. 
Fish, v. 1. E lawa-i'-a. 

2. Fish with rod and line, e kamokoi. 
Fish'er-man, n. Kanaka lawa-i'-a. 
Fish/er-y, n. 1. Oihana lawa-i'-a. 

2. He wahi lawa-i'-a. 
Fish'hook, n. He makau. 
Fish/mong'er, n. Kanaka kuai i'-a. 
Fish'y, adj. 1. Kohu i'-a la. 

2. Wahahee paha. 
Fis'sure, n. He mawae; he owa'. Syn. 

Fist, n. Puulima. 
Fist'i-euji's, n. Ke kui ana me na puu 

Fit, n. 1. He mai. 

2. Kapilipono. A perfect fit, he aahu 

pili pono loa i ke kino puliki. 




Fit, v. 1. E hoo-ku-ku lole. 
2. E hop-kupono. 

Fit'nedp n. Ke kupono. Syn. adapta- 
tion; propriety. 

Fit/ting, adj. Kupono. Syn. proper; 

Five, adj. Elima. 

Five-fold', adj. Pa-lima. 

Fix, v. 1. E hoopaa. Syn. fasten. 

2. E hooholo. Syn. settle; determine. 
To fix boundaries, e hooholo i na palena 

3. E kapili hou. Syn. mend. 

4. E liookupaa. Syn. establish. 
Fix, n. He pilikia. Syn. dilemma; pre- 

Fix'ture, n. He mea paa. 
Fiz'zle, v. E hoka. 
Fiz'zle, n. 1, He hoka. 

2. He kanapi o ka pauda. 
Flab'by, adj. Alualu; peheu. Syn. 

Flag, v. E onawaliwali; e hoopalaleha. 
Flag, n. He lepa; he hae. 
Flag-el-late, v. E hili me ke kaula. 
Flag- of ii-cer, n. Ke kapena nui o ke 

aumoku manuwa'. 
Flag'on, n. He hue no ka wai ona. 
Fla'gr ant, adj. Hewa loa. 
Flag'ship, n. Ka moku o ke ademi- 

Flag' staff, n. Kia hae; pahu hae. 
Flag'stone, n. I J ohaku nui, palaha- 
Flame, n. Lapalapa ahi. 
Flam'ing, adj. 1. Ka lapalapa ana. 

2. Wakawaka. Syn. glittering. Flam- 
ing sword, pahi kaua wakawaka. 
Flange, n. Ke kae o ka nulla kaa ahi. 
Flank, n. Aoao. To march by flank, q 

huakai pili aoao. 
Flan'nel, n. Lole hulu hipa. 
Flap, v, 1. E upoi; e kapalili. To flap 

the wings, e upoi i na eheu. 

2. E weloweio; e kilepalepa. To flap 

as a flag or sail. 
Flare, v. E ana'pa. 
Flash, v. 1. E anapu; e huila. 

2. E kanapi. Flash in the pan. 
Flash'y, adj. 1. Anapanapa. 

2. Hookahakaha waie. 
Flask, n. He hue nuku loloa. 
Flat, adj. 1. Palahalaha; malaelae; 


2. Falanai. A flat dish, he pa palanai. 

Syn. shallow. 
Flat'ten, v. E hoo-pe'pe'; hoopalaha- 

Flatter, v. E hoomalimali, 
Flat'ter-er, n. Mea hoomalimali. 
Flat'ter-y, a. He hoomalimali. 
Flaunt, v E hookeha; e haanou. 
Fla/vor, n, Ka miko. 
Flaw, n. 1. He kina. 

2*.* He puahiohio. ^aw of wind, he 

Flax, n. Laau olona'; laau lilina. 
Flay, v, E lole. Syn. skin. 

Flea, n. Uku lele. 

Flee, v. E holo hee ; e auhee ; e mahuka. 

Fleece, n. Hulu o ka hipa. 

Fleece, v. E pakaha. 

Fleet, adj. Mama; ki'ki'. Syn. swift. 

Fleet, n. He aumoku; ulumoku. 

Fleet'Ing, adj. Hee ana; pau wale; 

mau ole. Syn. swiftly passing. 
Flesh, n. 1. I'-o. 

2. Ka'naka. All flesh, kanaka a pau. 

Syn. All mankind. 
Flesh'-brush, n. Hulu balaki mea ho- 

loi kino. 
Flesh-eol'or, n. Ka hooluu o ka i~'o. 
Flesh/ly, adj. I J ili i na mea o ke kino. 

Syn. carnal. 
Flesh'y, adj. Puipui. Syn. corpulent. 
Flex'i-ble, adj. 1. Napenape; holu^ 

holu; pa'he 

2. Ie. Flexible as cloth. 
Flex'i-biFi-ty, n. Ano holuholu; pahe. 
Flick'er, v. PP-pP The light flickers, 

ke pipi nei kekukui. 
Flight, n. 1. Ka lele ana. Flight of 

birds, ka lele ana o na manu. 

2. Ka hee ana. Flight of the enemy, ka 
hee ana o ka enemi. 

3. A flight of stairs, he ala anuu. 

4. To put to flight, e hooauhee. 
Fiight'y, adj. Opulepule; lele wale o 

ka noonoo. 
Flim'sy, adj. Palupalu; lahilahi. 
Flinch, v. E ku-emi ihope no ka ma- 

ka'u; e wiwo. 
Fling, v. E hoolei. 
Flint, n. Pohakupaea. 
Flip'pant, adj. Walaau wale. 
Flirt, n. He wahine hoomahie. 
Flir- ta'tion, n. K a hoomahie ana. 
Float, v. 1. E lana. 

2. To float ashore, e hoo-pae'. 
Flock, n. 1. He pu-a'. Flock of sheep, 

pu-a' hipa. 

2. Auna'. A flock of birds, he auna' 

Flock, v. To flock together, e akoakoa pu. 
Floe, n. He moku hau-paa, palahalaha. 
Flog, v. E hahau ikaika, 
Flog'ging, v. He hahau nui. 
Flood, n. Wai manini; wai kahe nui. 
Flood'gate, n. Puka pani no ka wai. 
Floor, n. Papahele. 
Flooding, n. Na papa kapili papa hele. 
Flop, v. E lele; e huli. To flop over, e 

huli ma kela aoao. 
Flo'ra, n. Na mea ulu maoli o ka aina. 
Flo'ral, adj. Pili i na pua, A floral 

offering, he makana o na pua. 
Flor'id, adj. 1. Hauliuli. A florid com- 
plexion hauliuli ka ili. 

2._ Nane. 
Flo'rist, n. Kanaka mahi pua. 
Flot'sam, n. Wai wai e lana wale ana 

ma ke kai. 
Flounce, v. Kupaka; e onioni. 
Flounce, n. Lepa aahu. 
Flour,~?i. Palaoa. 
Flotir'ish, v . 1. E ulu ae. 




Flour'ish-ing, adj. 1. Puka. A flour- 
ishing business, he oihana puka. 
2. Kuonoono. Syn. thriving. 

Flow, i?. 1. E kahe 

2. Flow slowly, laumiki 

3. Flow as a current, e miha; e miki. 
Fiow'er, n. He pua. 
Flow'er-ing sea'son, n. Kau mohala 

Flow'er-y, adj. Me lie pua la. 
Flowing, adj. Kahe; miha. 
Fluc'tu-ate, v. Iluna, ilalo; kulana- 

Flue, n. Puka u-ahi. 
Flu'ent, adj. Maiele; noili; palolo; ma- 

kaukau ma ka olelo. 
Flu/ent-ly. adv. Me ka pahee o ka leo. 
Flu/id, n. Kela me keia ano wai. 
Flu'id, adj. Hehee'; kahe me he wai la. 
Fluke, n. 1. Ka manamana o ka hele- 


2._ Ka hiu o ke kohola'. 
Flume, n. He ha wai. To flume, e hoc- 

komo ma ka ha. 
Flur'ry, n. Pioloke ; pilihua. 
Flush, n, Omeomeo. Mushed with anger, 

ku ka heu 
Fl&s'tered, adj Pihoihoi; pu'pu'ahu- 

lu. Syn. confused; agitated. 
Flute, n. Ohe puhi. 
Flut'Ist, n. Kanaka puhi ohe. 
Flut'ter, v. E kapalili; e welowelo. 
Flut'ter , n. He kapalili o ka houpo. 
Fly, v. 1. E lele ; e hoolele. 

2. E hee; e auhee. Syn flee. 

3. E holo mama. Syn. run swiftly. 

4. E kaalelewa Flying clouds, na ao 

Fly, n. 1. He nalo. 

2. He kaa ma'ma'. 
Fly'leaf n. He aoao o ka buke i pai ole 

Fly'wheel, n. Ka pokakaa nui o ka 

F o al , n. Lio k eiki. 
Foam, n. Hu'wahu'wa; hu'a. The 

foaming sea, kai ahulu. 
Fo'cal, adj. Pili i ke kiko hui o na ku- 

kuna malamalama. 
Fo'€us,,w. Ke kiko kahi e hui ai na ku- 

kuna malamalama. 
Fo'cus, v. E hooponopono i ke aniani i 

ike pono. 
Fod'der, n. Ai holoholona. Syn. feed. 
Foe, n. He enemi. Syn. adversary. 
Fdg, n. He o-hu. 
Fog'gy, adj Paapu i ka o-hu. 
Fo'gy, n. Kanaka hahai i ke ano o ka 

wa kahiko. 
FoPble, v. He kina o ka manao. 
Foil, v. E hoka; e hoohoka. Syn. frus- 

Fold, n. 1. He opi ; he pelu. 
2. He pa. Sheep fold, pa-hipa. Four- 
fold, pa-ha\ 

Fold, v. E opiopi; e pelu ae. 

Fold'er, n. Mea opiopi. 

Foli-agc, n. Na lau o na laau. 

Fo'li-o, n. Hookahi opi o ke kalana. 
Folk, ) Poe. Our folks, ko kakou 
Folks, J * poej ko makou me. 
FoPlow, v. E haihai niahopeTc ukali. 

2. It follows therefore, nolaila ua aka'- 

3. In the following manner , penei. Syn. 

FoPlow-er, n. 1. He haumana. Syn. 


2. He mea ukali. 
Fdl'ly» n. He lapuwale; he naaupo. 
Fo-ment', v. E hookonokono. Syn. 

incite; instigate. 
Fo'men-ta'tion, n. He mea hamo eha. 
Fo-ment'er, n. He mea hoala hakaka'; 

hoala mokuahana, etc. 
Fond, adj. 1. Makemake; ake. 

2. Ono. Fond of food, ono i ka ai. 

3. Aloha. 

Fon'dle, v. E hooaumoe; e hiipoi; e 

Fond'ly, adv. Me ke aloha pumehana. 

Syn. lovingly. 
Food, n. Ai. Syn. provisions. 
Fool, n. He ai-a'; he kanaka lapuwale. 
Fool, v. E epa; e hoopuniwale. 
Foo l'liar 'dy, adj. Aa wale. 
Fool'ish, adj. Naaupo; lapuwale. 
Fool'Ish-ness, n. Naaupo. Syn. folly. 
Fools'eap, n. Kalana nunui. 
Fot>t, n. lie wawae. 

2. He kapuai ; 12 iniha. 

3. Kumu. Syn. base. Foot of a moun- 
tain, kumu o ka mauna. 

Foot, v. 1. Ehehi; ehele wawae. 

2. E hookaa. Syn. pay. To foot a bill, 
e hookaa i ka bila. 

3. E hoouluulu. Syn. run up; add. 
Foot up an amount, e hoouluulu i ka hu- 

Foot'ball, n. Kinipopo kee'hi wawae. 
Foot'fall, n. Ka hehi ana o ka wawae. 
Fobt'liold, n. Wahi e ku ai ka wawae. 
Foot'path, n. Alanui hele wawae. 
Fot>t'print, n. He meheu. 
FtfbPstep, n. Kapuai wawae. 
Foc-f stool, n. Kehina wawae. 
Fop, n. Kanaka hoopuahi. Syn. cox- 
Fdp'pish, adv. Hookelakela wale; hoo? 

For, prep. No; na; conj. no ka mea. 

Syn. because. , 
For'agre, n. Ai i hoomakaukau ia no na 

For'as-muclx', adv. Oiai. Syn. since. 
For-bear', v. 1. E hoo'ki. Syn. cease. 

2. E ahonui; ehoomanawanui. Syn. 

have patience. 
For-bear'ance, n. Ahonui; hoomana- 

wanui. ' " 
For-bid', v. E pa'pa ; aku. E hoole. 
For-bid'ding, adj, Inoino; kobu ole. 
Force, 7U Ikaika; mana. 
Force, v. 1. E kaohi maoli. 

2. ~E lima ikaika aku. 
Force'meat, n. I'o i kuiia a wale. 




For'ceps, v. TJ-pa' upiki o ke kauka. 
For'ci-lble, adj. 1. Mana; ikaika 

2. Koikoi. A forcible thought, he ma- 

nao koikoi. 
For'ci-bly, adv. 1. Me k a lima ikaika. 

2. T/ie thought strikes me forcibly, ku 

ikaika mai ka manao ia'u. 
Ford, n. Wahi hele wawae o ka muli- 
wai; ke kahawai. 
Ford'able, adj. Hiki ke hele wawae ia. 
Fore'arm, v. Elolii. 
Fore'eas-tle (fo-kas'l), n. Walii nolio 

ona luina moku. 
Foreclose', v. E hooko i ka palapala 

Fore'fath/er, n. He kupuna o ka wa 

Fore'fin'ger, n. Manamanalima mua. 
ForeTront, n. Ke alo; loa. Syn. 

lore-go', v. E haalele aku. A foregone 

conclusion, olelo hooholo e mamua. 
Foreground, n - Ke al ° ° ^e kii. 
Fore'hand'ed, adj. Lāko; kuonoono. 

Syn. well off. 
Fore'head (for'ed), n. Ka lae. 
For'eign (for'i»0i adj. Haole; no na 

aina e. 
For'eign-er, n. He haole; kanaka no 

na aina e mai. 
Fore-know', v. E ike e mamua. 
Fore-knowl'edge, n. Ka ike e no na 

mea e hiki mai ana. 
Fore'lo«k, n. Hill lauoho ma ka lae. 
Fore'man, n. He luna hana. 
Fore'most, adj. 1. Ka mua loa. 

2. The foremost boy in school, ke keiki 

pookela o ke kula. 
Fore'noon, n. Mamua iho o ke awakea. 
Fore'or-dain', v. E wae e mamua. 
Fore'part, n. Ka hapa omua. 
Fore'riin-ner, n. He elele i hoouna 

mua ia. 
Fore- see', v. E ike e mamua. 
Fore- shewn', p. p. Hoike e ia. 
Fore'sight, n. Ka ike e hoomakaukau 

e ana mamua. 
For'est, n. He ulu laau. 
Fore- stall', v. See anticipate. E maka- 

ala e mamua. 
Fōre'tāste,n. E wan an a. Syn. predict. 
Fore'thought, n. Ka noonoo e mamua. 
For-ev'er, adv. Mau loa; no ke ao pau 

ole ; mau a mau. 
Fore-warn', v. E ao e mamua. 
For'feit, v. 1. E uku hoopai. 

2. E hoonele i kekahi pono. 
Forge, %. Ke kapuahi no ke amara. 
Forge, v. 1. E kui hao. 

2. E apuka. Syn. counterfeit. 

3. E neenee iki imua. The ship forges 
ahead, ke neenee iki nei ka moku imua. 

Forg'er-y, n. Apuka. 
For-get', v. E poina; ehoo-poina. 
For-get'ful, adj. Poina wale. 
For-give', v. E kala; e huikala. Syn. 

For-giv©'ness,?t . Ke kala ana. 

For-giv'ing, adj. Manao kala. 

Fork, n. 1. He o. 
2. Kahi e manamana ai. The fori of a 
river, kahi e manamana ai ka muliwai; 
or, he manamana o ka muliwai. 

Fdrk'ed, adj. Manamana. 

For-lorn', adj. Oki loa; mehameha; 

Form, n. 1. Kii; kino. Syn. figure; 
2. In some form or other, ma kekahi ano. 

Form, v. 1. E lilo. Syn. become. It 
forms a part, lilo ia i hapa. 
2. E kukulu i hui. 

Fdrm'al, adj Ku i na rula; like me 
na loin a. Syn. precise 

For-mal'i-ty, n. Ke ko ana mamuli o 
na loin a. 

For-ma'tion, n. Ka hana ana; ke ku- 
kulu ana. 

For'mer, adj. 1. Mua. The former, ka 
2. Mamua. former femes, na wa mamua. 

F6r'mer-ly, adv. Mamua; ika wa ma- 

For'mi-da-ble, adj. Weliweli. A for- 
midable obstacle, he kumu keakea weli- 

F6r'nm-la, n. He loina. 

F6r'ni-«a'tion, n. Hookamakama. 

For-sake', v E haalele. Syn. abandon. 

For-sak'en, adj. Haaleleia. 

For-sooth, adv. He oiaio. Syn. in 
truth; indeed. 

For- swear' v. 1. E haalele me ka ho- 
hiki. Syn abjure. 
2. E hoohiki wahahee. 

Fort, n Pa-kaua; papu'. Syn. fortress; 

Forte, n. Ka hana i pookela ai kekahi. 
Mathematics are his forte, pookela oia 
ma na helu. 

Forth-eom'ing, adj. Hoea mai ana; 
kokoke mai ana. 

Forth' with', adv. Ano; koke. Syn. 
now; immediately. 

F6r'ti-fy, v. 1. E kukulu i pa-kaua. 
2. E hooikaika; hookupaa. Syn. 

For'ti-tude, n. Ke kupaa o ka manao; 
hoomanawanui. Syn. endurance ; firm- 

Fort'night, n. Elua hebedoma. 

Fort'ii-nate, adj. Pomaikai. 

Fort'une, n. 1. Waiwai nui; lako nui. 

2. Good fortune, pomaikai. 

3, Bad fortune, poino. 
Fort'une-tel'ler, n. Meakilokilo. 
For'ty, adj. Kanaha'; he kaau. 
Fdr'ward, adj. Mahaoi; hoo-a-a-no. 

2. I mua. 

FdVsil, n. He mea ulu, a he kino ho- 
loholona paha, i hooliloia i pohaku,a 
i eliia noloko mai o ka honua. 

Fos'ter, v. 1. E hanai. Syn. nourish. 

2. Ehii. Syn, cherish. 

3. E malama, Syn. to promote; care 




Fos'ter-chlld', n. Keikihanai. 
Fos'ter-pa'rent, n. Makua hanai. 
Foul, adj. 1. Haumia; pelapela. 

2. Kolphe. Syn. villainous. 
Foun-da'tion, n. He kumn; he kahua. 
Foun'der, n. 1. Ka mea nana e hoo- 


2. Kanaka hoo-hee' metala. 
Found'er, v. E piholo; e palemo. Syn. 

Found'ry, n, Wahi hoo-hee' metala. An 

iron foundry, wahi hoo-hee' hao. 
Found/ling, n. Keiki i haaleleia e na 


FoSSLinJ «■ Waipuai. 
Fount'am-head', n. He poowai. SYN» 

Four, adj. E ha'; he kauna. 
Four'fold, adj. Pa-ha'. 
Four'fobt'ed, adj. Wawae e-ha'. 
Four'seore, adj. Kanawalu; eha' iwa- 

Four-square, adj. Huina-ha-like. 
Fourth, adj. 1. Kaha. 2. He hapa- 

Fowl, n. He manu. 
lowl'er, w. Kanaka ki manu ; kanaka 

FtfwFing- piece, n. Pu-ki-manu. 
Fdx, n. He alopeke. 
Fra'cas, n. Hakaka'. Syn. fight; 

Fraction, n. He hakina; he hapa. 

Common fraction, hakina maoli. Proper 

fraction, hakina pili. Complex fraction, 

hakina ano huikau. Compound fraction, 

hakina o ka hakina. Improper fraction, 

hakina kuokoa. 
Frac'tioiis, adj. Hookuli; nunuha. 

Syn. stubborn; obstinate. 
Frae'tfire, n. He haki. Syn. break. 
Fragile, adj. Hakiwale; palupalu. 

frail ; brittle. 
Frag'ment. 1. Apana. A fragment of 

cloth, he apana lole. 

2. He huna. A fragment of food, he 

huna ai. 

3._ Lihiiki. 
Fra'grance, n. He ala. 
Fra'grant, adj. Aala; ala. Too fragrant, 

Frail, adj. 1. Nawaliwali; palupalu. 

2. Ae wale i ka hewa. 
Frail'ty, n. 1. Ano nawaliwali; palu- 

2._ Ka manao ae wale i ka hewa. 
Frame, v. E kapili; e kukulu. Frame 

a law, e kukulu i kanawai. 
Frame, n. He mea hoopaa. A picture 

frame, he laau hoopaa kii; or, mea hoo- 
paa kii. 
Frame'-work, n. Naiwi. Framework 

of a house, na iwi o ka hale. 
Frank, adj. Anohuna'ole; oiaib. Syn. 

honest; candid. 
Frank'ly, adv. Me ka oiaio maoli. Syn. 

honestly; candidly. 

Fran'tie, adj. Pioloke loa; uluhualoa. 

Fra-ter'nal, adj. Hoahanau. Syn. 
brotherly. Fraternal love, aloha hoa- 

Fra-ter'ni-ty, n. Hui hoahanau. Syn. 
brotherhood . 

Fra'ter-nize, v. E hui ma ke ano hoa- 

Frat'ri-clde, n. Mea pepehi hoahanau. 

Fraud,??. Hana apuka; hanaepa. 

Fraud'u-lent, adj. Apuka; epa. 

Fraught (frawt), adj. Paapu. Fraught 
with danger, paapu i na popilikia. Syn. 

Fray, v. E weluwelu. 

Freak, n. Manao ulu wale. 

Freek'le, n. Kiko ma ke kino. 

Free, adj. 1. Kuokoa. A free man, ka- 
naka kuokoa. 

2. Mama ; holo. A free horse, he lio no- 

3. A free wind, makani mahope mai. 
Free, v. 1. E hookuu. 

2. To free the mind, e hai pau loa i ka 

3. To be free and easy, e luana; e hoo- 

Free'-born, adj. Kupa. 

Free'dom, n. Kuokoa; ku i ka wa. 

Free'hold, n. Aina alodio; aina kule- 

Free'hold-er, n. Haku kuleana. 

Free'ly, adv. Me ka aua ole. 

Free'-sehool , n. Kula uku ole. 

Free-think'er, w. Heaia'; he hooma- 
loka; he hoomalau. 

Free-will', n. Ka mana e hooko ma- 
muli o ka makemake. Of his own free 
will, mamuli o kona makemake iho. 

Freeze, v. E make i ke anu. 
2. E paa i ke anu. Syn. congeal. 

Freight, n. Ukana moku. 

Freight, v. E hoopiha moku; e hooili 
ukāna maluna o ka moku. 

Freight'-list, n. Papa nelu ukana. 

French, adj. Farani. French language, 
olelo Farani. 

Fre-quent', v. 1. E makaikai pinepine ; 
2. E helc mau. 

Fre'quent, adj. Pinepine. Syn. com- 

Fre-quent'er, n. Mea makaikai pine- 
pine; mea hele mau. 

Fre'quent-ly, adv. Pinepine. Syn. of- 

Fresh, adj. 1. Hou. Fresh goods, na 
waiwai hou. Syn. new. 

2. Maka. Syn. raw. 

3. Ikaika. Feel fresh, e ikaika hou. 
Syn. strong. 

4. Huihui. Fresh water, wai huihui. 
Syn. cold. 

Fresh'et, n. He wai manini; wai nui. 
Fresh'ly, adv. Hou. 

2. Oluolu. The wind blew freshly, pa 

oluolu mai ka makani. 
Fresh/man, n. Haumana o ka papa 

komoo ke kula nui. 




Fret, v. E ne; e ohumu wale. 
Fret'ful, I -j. Ne; naole. A fretful 
Fret'ting, j aaj ' child, he keiki ne. 

Syn. peevish. 
Frr*a-ble, adj. Hakihaki wale; pai'na 

wale. Syn. brittle. 
Fric'tion, n. Ka anai ana. 
Fri'day, n. Po-alima. 
Friend, n. Hoa'loha; hoalauna. 
Friend'less, adj. Hoalauna ole ; meha- 

Friendly, adj. Oluolu; launa. 
Friend'ship, n. Aloha hoalauna. 
Frig'ate, n. Moku manuwa nui. 
Frlgbt, n. Puiwa. Syn. alarm; terror. 
Frlght'en, v. E hoopuiwa. Syn. scare. 
Fright'ful, adj. Eehia; weliweli. 
Frig'id, adj. 1. Anuanu. Syn. cold. 

2. Frigid zone, kaei anu. 
Frlg'id-ly, adj. Puanuanu, Syn. coldly. 
Fringe, n. Lihilihi lole. 
Frisk, v. E lelelele; e haa. 
Frisk'y, adj. Lelelele, me he hipa kei- 
ki la. 
Frit'ter, v. To fritter away the time, e 

hoohala wale i ka manawa. 
Fri-vol'i-ty, n. He lealea noonoo ole. 
Friv'o-lous, adj. Lealea noonoo ole. 
Fro, adv. I-o'. To and fro, i-o' ia nei. 
Frock, n. Lole palaka. A frock coat, 

Frog, n. He ra'na. 

Frol'ic, n. He paani lealea. Syn. sport. 
FroPic-some, adj. Lealea i ka paani. 
From, prep. Mai. From Honolulu, mai 
Honolulu mai. From Honolulu to Hilo, 
mai Honolulu aku i Hilo. 
Front, n. 1. Ke alo. 

2. Imua. 
Frontpage, n. Ke alo o ka pa, a hale 

Fron-tier, n. Mokuna aina; pea. Syn. 

Front'is-piece, n. Ke kii ma ka aoao 

mua loa o ka buke. 
Frost, n. Kehau anu. 
F r 6th, n. Hu'a; huwa . 
Fro'ward, adj. Haakei. 
Frown, n. He hookue maka. 
Frown, v. E hoomaku'e. 
Fru'gal, adj. 1. Pakiko. Syn. eco- 

2. Uuku o ka lilo. 
Fruit, n. 1. Hua. 

2." Hua ai. 
Fruitful, adj. Huanui; momona. Syn. 

Fruit'ful-ness, n. 1. Ka hua nui ana 
mai. Syn. productiveness. 
2. Ka momona o ka lepo. Syn. fertility. 
Fru-I'tion, n. Ke ko ana. 
Friiit'less, vdj. 1. Hua ole. A fruit- 
less tree, he laau hua ole. 
2. Ko ole; makehewa. A fruitless ef- 
fort, he hoao makehewa. 
Fruit'tree, n. Laau hua. 
Frtis'trate, v. E hoohoka. Syn. de- 

Frus'tuni, n. He okina o ke kino paa. 

Frustum of a cone, he okina o ka puoa 
Fry, v. E parai. 
Fry'ing-pan, n. Pa-parai. 
Fu'el, n. 1. Wahie no ke ahi. 

2. Kela mea, keia mea i a i ke ahi. 
Fu'gi-tive, n. Hekuewa; kanaka au- 

wana; kanaka mahuka. 
Ful'crum, n. Heunu; he koo. 
Ful-filF, v. E hooko'. Syn. accomplish. 
Ful-fill'ment, n. Ka hooko' ana. Syn. 

Full, adj. Piha. 
Full'ness, n. Ka piha ana. 
Full'y, adj. Lea. Fully understand, 

Ftim'ble, v. E ha'ha' wale aku. 
Fumes, n. pi. 1. Uahi. Syn. smoke. 

i. Ka mahu o na mea baila; ke ala o 

na mea e a ana. 
Fu'mi-gate, v. E hoopuhi i ka u-ahi. 
Fu'mi-ga/tlon, n. Ka hoopuhi anai 

ka u-ahi. 
Fun, n. Paani lealea. 
Function, v. Hana. 
Fune'tion-a-ry, n. Luna oihana. 
Fund, n. He waihona. 
Fun'da-ment'al, adj. Kumu. Funda- 
mental principle, he loina hookumu. 
Fu'ner-al, n. Halawai hoolewa kupa- 

Fu-ne're-al, adj. Ano kanikau. 
Fun'gus, n. Pepeiao laau. 
Fun'nel, n. 1. Puka u-ahi no ka eniki- 

ni. Syn. smoke stack. 

2. Puka hookomo ea i ka opu o ka mo- 

3. Tini ukuhi wai. 

Ffin'ny, adj. Lealea; mea akaaka. 
Fur, n. Hulu palupalu, like me ko ka 

Fur'bish, v. E anai; e hoohinuhinu. 

Syn. scour. 
Fu'ri-ous, adj. 1. Weliweli o ka huhu. 

2. Ikaikaloa; pukiki. A furious wind, 

makani pukiki. 
Furl, v. E opiopi. E opiopi i ka pea. 
Fur'long, n. He setadia; hapawalu 

ka mile. 
Fur'lough (fur'lo), n. Palapala hoo- 

kuu koa no ka wa pokole. 
Fur'nace, n. 1. Kapuahi hooheehee 


2. Kapuahi hoomehana. 
Fur'nlsh., v. E hoolako. Syn. supply. 
Fur'ni-ture, n, Na lako. Household 

furniture, na lako hale. 
Fur'row, n. Auwahao ke o'palau. 
Fur'tner, adv. Oi ae; ma o aku. 
Fur'ther, v. E kokua. Syn. assist; pro- 
mote. To further the undertaking. 

e kokua mamuli o ka hana. 
Fur'ther-ance, n. Koitua; koo. In 

furtherance of the object, i kokua no ka 

Fur'tlier-more, adv. Eia hou. Syn, 





Furtb/est, adj. Ma-o' loa. 

Fur'tive, adv. Maalea; malu'jano ai- 

Fu'ry, n. 1. Huhu weli weli; Inaina 

lua ole. 

2. Ke ano o ka ikaikaino. The fury 

of the tempest f ka ikaika ino o ka ma- 

Furz'y» adj. Heu. Furzy cane, ko heu. 
Fuse, n. He kaulapauda;meahoopahu'. 
Fuse (fuze) v. E hooheehee i ka wela. 
Fu'si-bl©» adj. Hiki ke hooheeheeia. 

Fus/ion, n. 1. Ka hooheehee ana 1 ka 


2. Ka lilo ana o na aoao ku-e elua a 

oi paha, i aoao hookah! ; ka lokahi ana. 
Fuss, n. Hauwalaau. 
Fus'sy, adj. Ano hoopilikia wale. 
Fu'tlle, adj. Makehewa; waiwai ole. 

Syn. useless; vain. 
Fu-tll'i-ty, n. Ke ano makehewa. 

Syn. uselessness. 
Fu'ture, J Koraua akut ka wa 
Fu-tu'ri-ty, ) '** mahope, 
Fy ! inter j, Ka 1 kaha'ha/ ! 


Gab'ble, v. E walaau wale, me he 
mau keko la. Syn. jabber. 
Ga/ble, n. Hakala o ka hale. 
G&d, v. E holoholo wale. 
Gad'a-bout, n. He mea holoholo wale; 

he a'ea wale. 
Gag, E o-a. 

Gag, n. Laau hoopaa waha. 
Gain, n. 1. Waiwai puka. 

2. Pomaikai. 
Gain, v. 1. E puka. 

2. To gain a point, e ko i ka makemake 
Gain'less, adj. Poho'; waiwai ole. Syn. 

Gain'say; v. E pale i ka olelo; e hoole 

i ka olelo. 
Gait, ft. Ke ano o ka hele ana. A slow 

gait, ka hele lolohi ana. 
Gait'er, _n. He ano kamaa. 
Ga/la-day, ft. La hauoli. 
Gale, ft. Makani nui. 
Gall, n. Ke au. 
Gsill, v. 1. E hoopohole i ka ili. Syn. 


2. E hoonaukiuki. 
Gal-lant/, v. E kokua pono i ka wahine. 
GaFlant, adj. Koa; maka'u ole. Syn. 

brave; courageous. 
GaFlan£-ry, n. 1. Ke ano koa. 

2. Ke kokua pono ana i na wahine. 
GaFler-y, ft. 1. Wahi noho oluna. 

2. Keen a hoikeike kii. 

3. Photographic gallery, hale pai kii. 

G all ey , n. Hale kuke olun a o ka moku. 

GaFlie, adj. No Farani. Syn. freneh. 

GaFli-nip'per, ft. He makika nui. 

Gallon, n. He galani. 

Gallop, v. Ka holo loa ana o ka lio. 

GaFlovrs, n. Amana. 

GaFvan-lsm, ft. He mana ano like me 

Gam'ble, v. E pili waiwai. 
Gam'bler, n. Kanaka pili waiwai. 

Gam'bol, v. E lelelele; e haa. Syn. 

Game, n. 1. He paani. 

2. Na holoholona i ki-pu ia. 
Game'ster, ft. Kanaka pili waiwai. 

Syn. gambler. 
Gam'mon, n. 1. He hoka. Syn. hum- 
Gam'ut, n. Na leo ewalu o ka pa-ko-li. 

Syn. scale. 
Gan'der, n. Manu ne'ne' kane. 
Gang, ft. He poe. A gang of laborers^ he 

poe paahana. 
Gān-grēne', ft. Ka palaho o kau wahi 

o ke kino. 
Gang'way, ft. Kahi e komo aku ai o ka 
. moku. 

Gaol (jail), ft. Halepaahao. Syn. jail. 
Gaol'er (jaiFer), ft. Luna hale paa- 

hao. Syn. jailer. 
Gap, ft. 1. Wahi helelei o ka pa. 

2- Wahi haahaa mawaena o na kua- 

Gape, v. E hamama waha. Syn. yawn. 
Garb, ft. Aahu. 

Garb'age, n. Op ala holoholona; opala. 
Gar'ble, v. E kalai ino i ka olelo. 
Gar'den, ft. He kihapai. 
Gar'den-er, ft. K&hu malama kihapai. 
Gar'gle, v. E o'lao'la ma ka pun. 
Garfiand, ft. Lei. Syn. wreath. 
Gar'ment, ft. Lole komo. 
Gar'ner, ft. Hale papaa. Syn. barn. 
Gar'ner, v. E hooiliili ma ka hale pa- 
Gar'net, ft. Pohaku momi ulaula. 
Gar'nish, v. E kahiko a maikai. Syn* 

decorate; adorn. 
Gar'nisli-ee', v. E hoopaa waiwai o ka 

mea ai-e. 
Gar'ret, ft. Ke keen a oluna loa o ka 

hale. Syn. attic. 
Gar'ri-scm, ft. Na koa o ka pa-kaua. 




Gar-rote', v. E uumi. 
Gar'ru-lous, adj. Walaau wale. 
Gar'ter, n. Lipine hoopaa kakini. 

Gas,w. Eamama. 
Gas'e-ous, adj. Pili i ke ea mama. 
Gash, n. Wani moku ma ke kino. 
Gas/light, n. Ka malamalama o ke ea 

Gas-om'e-ter, n. Wahi e hooaliu ai o 

kē ea mama. 
Gasp, v. E hanupaa. E mauliawa. 
Gas'fcri^, adj. Piii i ka opu hoowale ai. 
Gas'trie Juice, n. Wai hoowale ai o 

ka opu. 
Gate, n. Puka pa. 
Gate'way, n. Kahi e komo ai. 
Gatli'er, v. 1. E hooakoakoa. Syn. 


2. E hooiliili. Syn. collect things. 

8. E hoouluulu. Syn. collect animals 


4. E ohi. Syn. gather fruit. 

5. E hooahu. Syn. hoard. 
Gath'er-er, n. Mea nana e hoiliili, etc. 
Gath'er-ing, n. 1. He anaina. Syn. 


2. Ka mea i ohi ia; hooiliiliia, etc. 

3. He puu ma ke kino. 
Gaud'y, adj. Hoohiehie pono ole. 
Gauge (gaj), n. Mea ana pahu barela. 
Gaug'er, w. Kanaka ana pahu. ' 
Gaunt, adj. Wiwi; olala. 
Gaunt'let, n. Pale lima loloa. 
Gauze, n. Lole lahilahi loa. 
Ccawk'y, adj. Kuaaina; hemahema. 
Gay, adj. 1. Lealea; olioli. Syn. merry. 

2. Nahi ; maikai loa. Syn. fine. 
Gay'e-ty, n. Lealea. Syn. merriment. 

GaT'lv ' i a ^ v ' ^- e ka lealea; me ^a H- a ni. 
Gaze, v. E haka pono ka maka. 
Ga-zelle', n. He dia. 
Ga-zette', n. He nupepa no na mea e 

hoolaha. Official Gazette, ka pepa hoo- 

laha ma ke kauoha o ke aupuni. 
Gaz'et-eer', n. He buke e hoike ana no 

na wahi a pau o ka honua. 
Gaz'ing-stoek, n. Kanaka i hoohene- 

heneia e ka lehulehu. 
Gear, n. Na lako o kela me keia ano. 
GelcFing, n. Lio i poa ia. 
Gem, n. He momi. 
Gen'der, n. 1. Masculine gender, ano 


2. Feminine gender, ano wahine. 

3. Neuter gender, ano ku okoa. 

4. Common gender, ano pili like. 
Gēn'e-a~16g'ie-al, adj. Kuauhau. 
Gen'e-aFo-gist, n. Kanaka imi ku- 
. auhau. 

Gen'e-aFo-gy, v. Ke kuauhau. 

Gen'er-al, adj. Pili i na mea a pau; 
akea. General good, pomaikai o ka le- 
hulehu. General meaning, ke ano nui. 
General intelligence, ike akea. General 
sickness, mai laulaha. 

G-en'er-al, n, Generala. 

Gen'er-aFi-ty, n. 1. Ka hapa nui. 

Syn. majority. 
. 2. Generalities, na mea ano nui. 
Gen'er-al-ize, v. E hoomaopopo ma 
, ke ano nui. 
Gen'er-al-ly, adv 1. Ma ke ano man. 

2. Generally so, pela i ka hapa nui o ka 
man aw a. 

3. Generally useful, makaukau ma kela 
me keia mea. 

4. Generally understood, hoomaopopo 
ia e ka hapa nui. 

Gen'er-al- ship, n. Ke kulana, ke aka- 

tmai o ka generala. 
en'er-ate, v. E hoohua mai. 
en'er-a'tion, n. 1. Ka hoohua ana 

2. He hanauna. Third generation, ku- 
. akahi. 

gēn'er-ā-tor, n. Mea e hoohua ana. 
e-ner'ie, adj. Pili i ka papa; ke ku- 
. lana; ke ano like, ka hanauna. 
Gen'er-os'i-ty, n. Ano lokomaikai; 
, manawalea. Syn. liberality. 
Gen'er-ous, adj. Lokomaikai; mana- 

twalea. Syn. liberal. 
en'e-sis, n, Ka hookumu ana. 
ē'ni-al, adj. Oluolu; launa; laulea. 
Ge'ni-aPi-ty, n, Ke ano launa; ano 

Ge'ni-al-ly, adv. Me ka oluolu. 
Gen'ius, n. 1. Ke akamai inaoli o ka 

. 2. Mea akamai maoli. 
Gen-teeF, adj. Anomikioi; aulii. 
Gen/tile, n. Kanaka no na ainae, wahi 

o ka poe Judaio. 
Gen-tIFi-ty, n. Ke ano mikioi; ano au- 
. lii- 
Gen'tle, adj. 1. Laka. Syn. tame. 

2. Oluolu. Syn. mild; quiet. 

3. Akahai. Syn. meek. 
Gen'tle-man, n. Kanaka hoopono; he 

, keonimana. 
Gen'tle-inan-ly, adj. Hoopono; keoni- 

. mana. 

Gen'tle-ness, n. Laka; oluolu; akahai. 
Gen'tle-woui'an, n. Wahine hoopono; 

, noho pono; he lede. 
Gen'tly, adv. Me ka oluolu; me ke aka- 
Gen'try, n. Poe naauao; poe pihalula, 
6-en'u-ine, adj. Oiaio; oia maoli no. 
6ē'nus, n. He papa o r.a mea ano like. 
G-e'o-graph'ie, ) ^- No ka hoike 
<*tē'o-graph'ie-al, \ a J* honua. 
Ge-6g'ra-phy, n. Hoike honua. 
Ge'o-ldg'i€-al, adj. Pili i ke ano o ka 

. honua. 

Ge-oFo-gist, n. Kanaka hull i ke ano 

, o ka honua. 

Ge-dFo-gy, n. He hoike no ke ano o 

, ka honua; nokahana'na o ka honua. 
Ge'o-met'rie-al, adj Pili i ka ana ho- 
Ge-tfm'e-trFcian, n. Kanaka hull ana 

m honua. 

Ge-dm'e-try, n. Ana honua. 




(xerm, w. He mole; he kumu. 
Gēi-mane ; , odj. Pili; pili pono. Syn. 
. fitting; appropriate. 
Ger'mi-nate, v. E kupu. Syn. sprout. 
Gēr'mi-nā/tion, n. Ke kupu ana. 
Ges-tle'u-late, v. E kikoo i ka lima, 
. ma ke kamailio ana. 
Ges-tie'u-la'tion, n. Ke kikoo ana me 
, ka lima. 

Gest'ure, n. Kikoo lima. 
Get, v. 1. E loaa. Syn. obtain. 

2. Get off, e lele ilalo. 

3. To get away safely, e pakele. 

4. To get under weigh, e hoomaka e no- 

Gew'gaw, n. Mea milimili waiwai ole. 
Ghasfrly (gast'ly), adj. Hakeakea, me 

he make la. 
Ghost (gost), n. Uhane lapu. 
Gi'ant, n. Kanaka nui loa. 
<Ji' ant-ess, n. Wahine nui loa. 
Cib'ber, v. E namunamu. Syn. jab- 
. ber. 

GIb'ber-ish, n. He olelo namunamu 
. wale. 

Gib-bet, n. Amana. Syn. gallows. 
Glb'hoiis, adj. Ano poepoe. A gibbous 

moon, ka mahina e piha ana. Syn. con- 
. vex. 

Gibe, n. Loiloi; henehene. Syn. sneer. 
Gib'lets, n. Ka puuwai me ke ake o na 

Gid'di-ness, n. 1. Poniuniu. 

2. Lealea kupono ole o ka naau. 
Gsd'dy, adj. 1. Poniuniu. 

2. Lealea kupono ole. 
Gift, n. 1. He makana. Syn. present. 

2. He ike. Syn. talent; quality. 
Glft'ed adj. Pihai ke akamai; piha i 

ka naauao. Syn. talented. 
Gig-, n. He kaa lio me na huila elua. 
Gl-gan'tie, adj. Nunui loa. 
Gigr'gle» v. E akaaka naaupo. Syn. tit- 
Gild. v. 1. E hamo me ke gula lahilahi 

. 2. E hoomalamalama, me he alaula la. 
Gill, n. He gila, hapa-ha o ke pain a. 
Gill, in. Api; mahamaha. 
Gilt, adj. Hamoia i ke gula. 
Gim'let, n. Wili puka uuktf. 
Gin, n. 1. He waiona. gini. 

2. He upiki. Syn. trap. 

3. Mikini wehe i ka anoano o ka pulu- 
, pulu. 

Gin'ger, n. Awapuhi. 
Gin'ger-bread, n. Berena ono i hoomi- 
. ko pu ia ka awapuhi. 
Gin'g-er-ly., adv. Me ke akahele. Syn. 

(Jing'ham, n. Ginamu. 
Gird, v. E kaei; ehaawele; ekahai. 
Gird'er. n. He kaola. 
Gir'dle, n. Kaei. 
Girl, n. Kaikamahine. 
Girl'hobd, n. Ka wa kaikamahine. 
Glrl'ish, adj. Ku i ke kaikamahine. 

Girth, n. 1. Hekaulaopu. 
. 2» Ke anapuni o kekahi mea. 
Gist, n. Ka i'o o kekahi olelo, a hana 

Give, v. E haawi; e manawalea. 

2. Give heed, e hoolohe. 

3. Give up, e haalele; e paupauaho. 

4. Given to reflection, planning or devis' 
ing, paumaalea; pauakamai. 

Giv'er, n. Ka mea nana e haawi. 
Gla'cier, n. Muliwai hau paa o kuahiwi, 

ma~na aina anu, e nee malie loa ana a 

iloko o na awawa. 
Glad, adj. Olioli; hauoli. Syn. delight- 
ed; gratified. 
Glad'den, v. E hoohauoli. 
Glade, n. He kipuka ma ka ulu laau. 
Glad'ly, adv. Me ka hauoli. 
Glad^ness, n. Hauoli. Syn. joy. 
Glance, n. Ka leha ana o ka maka. 
Gland, ii. He i-o palupalu, me he hua- 

huakai la; nana ka hana e hookawale 

i na wai iloko o ke kino. 
Glare, n. Malamalama olinolino. 
Glare, v. 1. E hulili. 

2. E nana me ka maka huhu. 
Glass, n. Aniani. 
Glass'y , adj. Me he aniani la. A glassy 

sea, he kai malino. 
Glaze, v. E hookomo aniani maka puka 

Gla'zier, n. Kanaka hookomo aniani. 
Gleam, n. Kukuna malamalama; he 

ui'uiki. ' Syn. glimmer. 
Glean, v. 1. E ohi i na hua helelei. 

2. E noil. Syn. collect information 

Glean'er, n. Mea ohi. 
Glee, n. 1. He olioli ; he oli. 

2. He leo mele hoolealea. 
Glee'ful, adj. Piha i ka oli. Syn. 

Glen, n. He awawa uuku. Syn. dell. 
Glib, adj. Pahee. A glib tongue t he alelo 

Glib'ly , adv. Pahee. To talk glibly, e 

kamailio pahee. 
Glide, v. 1. E kokolo ; mehe nahesa la. 

2. E holo niau ; mehe kaa ahi la. 
Glitti'mer, n. Uiuiki. 
Glimpse, n. He ike aweawea; he awi- 

Glls'ten, v. E oa'oaka. 
Glit'ter, v. E wakawaka; e hulili. 
Globe, n. He kino poepoe. Syn. sphere. 
Glob'u-lar, adj. Poepoe. Syn. spheri- 
G16 b-nl e, n. He kulu. Syn. drop. 
Gloom, n. Pouli ; powehiwehi. Gloom 

of a forest, lipo waonahele. 
Globm-i-ly, adv. 1. Me ka pouliuli. 

2. Me ka ehaeha o ka naau. 
Gldom'y, adj. 1. Pouliuli. m Syn. dark. 

A gloomy day, he la pouliuli. 

2. Nunuha; mumule. Syn. sullen. 
Glo'ri-fi-eiVtioii, n. Ka hoonani ana. 
Glo'ri-fy, v. E hoonani. 
Glo'ri-o&s, adj. Nani; kamahao. 




G15-ry, n. Nani ; kamahao. 

Gloss, n He hinuhinu; he ili pahoe- 

Glos'sy, adj. Hinuhinu; pahoehoe. 
Glove (gluv), n. Pale lima. 
Glow, v. 1. E hooenaena; enaena. 

The fire glows, enaena ke ahi. 

2._ Omeomeo; ulaula. 
Glow'ing, adj. 1. Enaena. A glowing 

fire, he ahi enaena. 

2. Hooeueu; hoolalelale. A glowing 

account, he olelo hooeueu. Syn. in- 
Glue,n. Gelu'; meapipili. 
Glue, v'. E hoopipili me ke gelu'. 
Glum, adj. Keemoa; nunuha. 
Glut, v. 1. E hoolawa a lawa loa. To 

glut the market, e hoolawa i kekahi mea 

ajkoe, i hiki ole ke kuai. 
Glu'ten, ii. Ka meapipili iloko o ka 

Glu'tin-oiis, adj. Pipili. Syn. sticky. 
Gift 1/ ton, n. 1. He wahau'hau'ha. Syn. 


2. Kanaka hoonuu ai. 
Glut-ton-ous, adj. Hoonuu; uhauha. 
Glut'ton-y , n. Hoonuu ai ; uhauha. 
Gnarled' (narld), adj. Paapu i na lala. 

A gnarled board, he papa l paapu i na 

Gnash (nash), v. E uwi ka niho. 
Gnat (nat), n. Nalo aki. 
Gnaw (naw) v. E nalinali; e nau. 
Go"v. l.*"Ehele. Go afoot, e hele wa- 


2. E holo. Go on horseback, e holo ma- 
luna o ka lio. 

3. Go in, e komo iloko. Go out, e puka 

Goal, n. 1. Kahi i manaoia e kukini. 
2. Ka hopena i manaoia. 

Goad, n. 1. Laau hookikina. 
2. Kumu hooeueu. 

Goad . v. E hookikina; e hooeueu. 

Goat,'n. He kao. 

Goat-ee', n. Ka umiumi, koho kao la, 
oka auwae. 

Goat'herd. n. Kahu hanai kao. 

Gob, n. He puu; he oolopu ai. 

Gob'ble, v. E hoonuu ai; e ai wiki- 

Gob' bier, n. Pelehu' kane. 

Gob'let, n. Kiaha inu. 

God. n. 1. Ke Akua; Jehova. 
2. He akua. 

God'dess, n. Akua wahine. 

God'head, n. Ke Akua Kahi-Kolu. 

God'less, adj. Nele i ke Akua ole; aia f . 

God'Hke, adj. Ano like me ko Ke Akua. 

God'li-ness, n. Ke ano Ke Akua; ke 
ano hemolele. 

God'ly,ad;. Haipule; hemolele; pono. 

God'send, n 1. Pomaikai mai Ke Akua 
mai ; pomaikai i ulia mai. Syn. un- 
expected piece of good fortune. 

Gog'gies, n. Aniani palemaka, 

Go-ing, ti. Ka hele ana. 
Goi'tre, n. Puu alaala ma ka a-i. 

Gold, n. He gula. 

Gold'en, adj. Gula; like me ke gula. 

Gold'leaf, n. Gula i kuiia a lahilahi 

Gold'smith, n. Kanaka hana mea gula. 
Gon'do-la, n. He waa holo lealea ma 

Gon'do-lier, n. Kanaka hoe gondola. 
Gong-, n. Pa metala palahalaha, poepoe, 

mea kani; ke hele hookani oka poe 

Good, adj. 1. Maikai; pono. Syn. 

2. Kina'ole; paa. Syn. without flaw. 

3. Pololei. Syn. correct. 
Good-by', n. Aloha hookaawale. Syn. 

Gtfbd'ly, adv. 1. Mahuahua. A goodly 

number of persons, he poe mahuahua 


2. Aulii; mikioi. A goodly appearance r 

he nanaina aulii. 
Gdbd'ness, n. Ke ano maikai; ka pono. 
Goods, w. Na waiwai liilii o kelame 

keia ano. Dry-goods, na lole kuai o na 

ano a pau. 
Good-will', n. Manao lokomaikai; ma- 

nao oluolu. 
Goose, n. Manu ne'ne'. 
Gobse'flesh, (on account of cold). Anu- 

Gore, n. 1. Koko i hookahe ia. 

2. Apana huinakolu o ka lole, a aina 

Gore, v. E hou aku me ke kiwi. 
G6r'di-au Knot, n. He pilikiapohi- 

hihi. To cut the Gordian knot, e hoopau 

i ka pilikia me ka lima ikaika. Syn. 

inextricable difficulty. 
Gorge, n. 1. Ka pu a-i. 

2. Wahi kuhoho iwaena o na kua- 

Gor'geous, adj. Nani loa; kamahao. 
Go-riFla, n._ Keko kanaka o Aferika. 
Gor'mand-ize, v. E no'u. 
Gor'mand'iz-er, n. He wa'hauhau'ha. 
Go'ry, adj. Paele i ke koko. 
Gos'ling, n. Manu nene opiopio. 
Goi'pel, n. Euanelio. 
Gds'sip, n. Holoholo olelo; lonolonoa'. 
Gougre, n. Kila o-o'ma. 
Gouge, v. 1. E poalo. Gouge out the 

eye, e poalo i ka maka. 

2. E kalai me ke kila oo'ma. 
Gourd, n. Ipu awa. 
Gout, n. Ka mai pehu o na ami. 
Gov'ern, v E hoomalu i kanaka. 
Gov'ern-ess, n. 1. Kahu wahine no na 

keiki o ka ohana. 

2. Kiaaina wahine. 
Gov'ern-ment, n. Aupuni. 
GoY'ern-ment'al, adj. No ke aupuni. 
Gov'ern-or, v. 1. Kiaaina. 

2. Kahu hoomalu. 

3. Mikini hooponopono ana i ka eni- 
kini mahu. 

Gown, n. He holoku'. 

Grab, v. E kaili iuo; e apo ino aku. 




Grace, n. 1. Lokomaikai. Syn. kind- 

2. Nani. Syn. "beauty. 
Grace'ful, adj. 1. Lokomaikai 

2. ~Nani; aulii; upalu; eleu. 
Grace'ful-ly, adv. 1. Me ka lokomai- 

2. Me ka mikioi. 
Gra/cious, adj. Lokomaikai. 
Gra'cioiis-Iy, adv. Me ka oluolu. 
Grade, n. 1. He kul ana; he papa. 

2. Kamoeanaokealanui. Level grade, 

moe iliwai. 
Grade, v. 1. E hoonoho kulana; e hoo- 

noho papa. 

2. Ehoomoe i alanui. 
Grad'u-al, adj. 1. Malie. A gradual 

ascent, he pii'na malie. 

2. Liilii. Gradual diminution, he hoo- 

emi liilii. 
Grad'u-al-ly, adv. Ma ka noii; me ka 

Grad'u-ate, v. 1. E loaa ka palapala 

apono mai ke kula nni mai. 

2. E kaha i na degere maluna o kekahi 

Grad'ti-a'tion, n, Ka hookuu ana me 

ka palapala apono. 
Graft, n. He opuu i pakuffa i keh&M 

laau e ae. 
Grain, n. 1. Na hua palaoa o na ano a 


2. He Imna. A grain of sand, he huna 

Grain, v. E pena kohu hooluu laau la. 
Gram'i-niv'o-rous, adj. E ai ana i ke 

niauu; aimauu. 
Gram'mar, n. Hoike olelo. 
Gram-ma'rian, n. Kanaka makaukau 

ma ka hoike olelo. 
Gram-mat'Ic-al-ly, adv. Like me na 

rula o ka hoike olelo. 
Gran'a-ry, n. Waihona no na hua pa- 
Grand, adj. Nani; kamahao. 
Grand-child, n. He moopuna. 
Grand'eur, n. Ka nani; ke kamahao. 

Grand -j u'ry, n. Ke jure nui, e imi e 

anaina hihia karaima, mamua o ka 

hookolokolo ana.. 
Grand'motn/er, n. Kupuna wahine. 
Grant, 11. He haawina o kela me keia ano 

Grant, v. E ae; e haawi. 
Grant-ee', n. Ka mea e loaa ana. 
Orant'or, n. Ka mea nana e haawi. 
Gran'n-late, v. E hoolilo kekahi mau 

mea wai i mau huna paa. Granulate 

cane juice, e hoolilo ka wai o ke ko i 

mau huna ko paa. 
Grape, n. 1. Hua waina. 

2. Poka' nui i hoopihaia i na poka' 

Grape-vine, n. Kumu waina. 
Grapli'ie, adj. Moakaka ke kakau ana. 

Graph'Ite, n, Kepau mea hana peni- 

Grap'ple, v. 1. E aumeuine. 

2. E apo aku. 
Grasp, v. E apo. 
Grasp, n. 1. He apo lima. 

2. The grasp of thought, ke apo ana i ka 

Grasp'ing, adj. Alunu; puniwaiwal. 
Grass, n. Mauu; weuweu. 
Grass'hop-per, n. He uhini. 
Grass'y, adj. Uliuli i ke mauu; uhiia 1 

ke mauu. 
Grate, v. 1. E olo; e kolikoli. 

2._ E oe; oeoe. 
Grate, n. Hao manamana o ke kapu- 

Grate'ful, adj. 1. Aloha aku no ke ko- 

kuaia mai. Syn. thankful. 

2._ Oluolu. Syn. pleasant. 
Grate'ful-ly, adv. 1. Me ke aloha no 

na pono i loaa mai. 

2._ Me ka oluolu. Syn. pleasantly. 
Grai/er, w, Mea olo; mea kolikoli. 
Grat'I-fi-^a/tion, n. 1. Ka oluolu o 

ka manao. Syn. satisfaction. 

2. Ke ko ana o ka makemake. 
Grat'i-fy, v. 1. E hooluolu; e hoolau-. 


2. E ko i ka makemake. 
Grat'ing, n. Hao manamana. 
Grat'ing, adj. Oeoe. 
Grat'is, adv. Makana wale. 
Grat'i-tnde, n. Ke aloha no ke kokua^ 

iamai. Syn. thankfulness. 
Gra-tu/i-toiis, adj. Manawalea; uku 

ole. Gratuitous aid, kokua manawalea. 
Gra-tu'i-toiis-ly, adv. Manawalea wa^ 

Gra/tu'i-ty, n. He makana. Syn. gift. 
Grave, n. Lua kupapau. 
Grave, adj. Koikoi. A grave thought, 

he manao koikoi. 
Grave, v. E kahakaha. 
Grav'el, n. Iliili. 

Grave'ly, adv. Me ke koikoi o ka ma- 
Grav'er, n. Mea kahakaha. 
Grave'-stōne,n. Pohaku hoomanao, no 

ka ilina. 
Grave'-yard, n. Pa kupapau ; ilina. 
Grav'i-tate,?;; E ume kaumaha. 
Grav'i-ta/tion, n. Ka ume kaumaha. 
Grav'i-ty, n. 1. Ke kaumaha; ke koi« 


2. Ke koikoi o ka manao. 
Gra/vy, n. Kai o na i'o i hoomoaia. 

Grevi a ^' ^ n i na ^ Lina ; kina. 
Gray'beard, n. Kanaka poohina. 
Graze, v. E ai mauu. 

2. E aneane pili; e pohole iki. 
Gra'zier, n. Kanaka hanai holoholona, 
Grease,??,. Aila hamo. 
Grease, v. E hamo i ka aila. 
Greas/y, adj. Paele i ka aila hamo. 

2. A greasy fluid, kai likoliko. 
Great, adj. Nui; hanohano. 




Great'ly, adv. Nui loa; loa. Greatly be- 
loved, aloha nui loa ia. 
Great/mess, n. Ke ano nui; ka hano- 

Gre'cian, n. No Helene. 
1 Greed'i-ly, adv. Me ke alunu. 
Greed'i-ness, n. Alunu; he uha wale. 
Greed'y, adj. Alunu; uha wale. 
Green, adj. 1. Omaomao; uliuli. 

2. Maka._ Syn. unripe. 
Green -gxo'cer, n. Kanaka kuai mea 

ai maka. 
Green'horn, n. Kanaka hemahema; 

kanaka hawa'wa'. 
Green'house, n. Hale hoo-uluniea ulu. 
Greens, n. pi. Na ai i like me ka luau, 

ha'ha', limu etc. 
Green'sward, n. Mauu uliuli. 
Greet, v E aloha aku; Syn. salute. 
Greet'ing, n. Ke aloha i ka halawai 

pu ana. Syn. salutation. 
Gre-ga/ri- oiis. adj. Anolauna; maa i 

ka hele pu ma na pua'. 
Grey-hound, n. He ilio nunui, wawae 

Grid'dl©, n. Pa parai palaoa. 
Grid/iron, n. Hao manamana. 
Grief, n. Kaumaha; ehaeha; uhu' 
Griev'ance, n. Kumu kaumaha; ku- 

mu pilikla. 
Grieve, v. E uwe; e kaniuhu' 
Griev'ous, adj. Kaumaha; ehaeha. 
Gri-mace', n. Haikaika. Syn. grin. 
Grim, adj. Keemoa; kuemaka. 
Grim'ly, adv. Keemoa. 
Grin, n. Haikaika. 
Grind, v. E hookala. Syn. sharpen. 
2. E wili. Grind sugar cane, e wili ko. 
3._ E hookaumaha. Syn. oppress. 
Grmd'er, n. Niho nui. 
Grind'stone, n. Hoana kaa. 
Grip, v. E apo ikaika. Syn. grasp. 
Gripe, n. Nahu; umii\ 

2. Gripe of poverty, ka lokoino o ka nele. 
Gris'tle, n. Kumukumu. Syn. carti- 
Grist, n. Na hua palaoa i wiliia. 
Grist'mill, ri. He wili palaoa. 
Grit, n. 1, He o'ne. 
2. He hoomanawanui ; manao kupaa. 
Syn. spunk. 
Griz'zly, adj. Hina. Grizzly hair, hina 

ka lauoho. 
Groan, v. Euhu'jenu. 
Groan'ing, n. Ka uhu ana o ka leo. 
Gro'cer, n. Kanaka kuai i na mea ai. 
Gro'cer-ies, n. pi. Kela me keia ano 

mea ai. 
Gro'cer-y, n. Hale kuai o na mea ai. 
Grd£, n. Wai ona i kawili pu ia me ka 

Grog'shop, n. Hale kuai wai ona. 
Groin, n. Puhaka. 

Groom, n. 1. Kane akahi no a mare. 
Syn. bridegroom. 
2. Kahu malama lio. 
Groove, n. He ho'le. 
. Grope, v, E haha aku me he makapo la. 

Gross, n. 12 Kakini. 

Gross, adj. 1. Nunui pono ole. 

2. Haumia; pelapela. 
Gross'ness, n. 1. Ka nui kupono ole. 

2. Ka haumia; ka pelapela. 
Gross'lyj adv. I kana ole, launa ole. 

Grossly ignorant, naaupo launa ole. 

Gro-tesque, adj. Ku i ka akaaka. 

Syn. fantastic. 
Ground, m. Lepo; honua. 

2. Kahua. Syn. foundation. 
Ground, v. Hi; mau. The boat has 

grounded, ua ili ka waapa. 
Ground-floor, iu Ka papa hele o lalo 

loa o ka hale. 
Groundless, adj. Kumu ole; kahua 

ole. Groundless fear, maka'u kumu ole, 

or, maka'u wale. 
Ground 'plan, n. Kii o ke kahua-hale. 
Ground'plot, n. Kahua o ka hale. 
Ground'rent, n. Uku hoolimalima no 

ke kahua hale. 
Ground'work, n. Ka hana a. 

2. Groundwork of knowledge, na kumu 

mua o ka ike. 
Group, n. He pu-a. Syn. collection. 

2." Huhui, Syn. cluster. A Chester of 

stars, he huhui ho-ku' 
Grove, n. He wahi ululaau uuku. 
Grov'el, v. 1. E kokolo maluna o ka 


2. E hoohaahaa a i ka lepo. 
Grflv'el-er, n. Mea haahaa loa; mea 

kolo ma ka lepo. 
Grow, v. 1. E kupu; e ulu ae; e h-oo- 


2. E lilo. Syn. become. Grow rich, or 

become rich, e lilo i waiwai. 
Growl, v . E uwo; e keke. 
Growth, n. Ka ulu ana; ka malmalaua 

Grub, n. 1. He enuhe. 

2, Ai. 
Grudge, v. E aua. 
Grudge, n. He hoomauhala. 
Gru'el, n. He pudina lahilahi. 
Gruff, adj. Kalakala; nihaniha. 
Gruff-ly , adv. Me ke kalakala oka! eo. 
Grum'ble, v. 1. E ohumu. 

2. Grumble to one's self, e kinaunau. 
Grunt, v. E nu'; e u'hu me he puaa la. 
Gua'no, n. Kukae maun. 
Guar'an-tee', v. E hoqia. 
Guar'an-tee', n. He hookiki no lea 

pono o kekahi mea. 
Guard, v. E kiai; e kuoo. 
Guard'i-an, n. He kahu ma ke kana- 

Guar'di-an-ship, n. Oihana kahu. 
Guard'room, n. Keena o na koa kiai. 
Gua/va, n. He hua puawa. 
Gū'ber-na-tō'ri-al, adj. Pili i ka oi- 
hana kiaaina. 
Guess, v. E koho wale. 
Guest, n. Hoaaina; mea i hookipaia. 



Guest'-eham-ber, / Tr , , . 

Ouesf-room, '{ «• Keena hookipa. 

Guid'ance, n. Ke alakai ana. 

Guide, n. He alakai. 

Guide'post, n. Kia kuhikuhi. 

Guile, n. Epaf maalea. Syn. craft. 

Gulle'less, adj. Akaka; olaio; epaole. 
Syn. honest. 

GuiFlo-tine, n. Mikini oki poo. 

Guilt, n. Hewa; hala. 

GuilFI-ly, adv. Me ka hewa. 

Guilt'i-ness, n. Hewa. 

GuiltMess, adj. Halaole; hewa ole. 

Guilt'y, adj. Hewa. 

Guin'ea (gin'y) n. Apana dala gula o 
Beritania;21 silina. 

Guise, n. Ano o ko waho. Syn. ex- 
ternal appearance. 

G %l f , n. Kaikuono. 

Gull, n. 1. He manu o ke kai. 
2. Mea puni wale. 

GuFlet, n. Ka puu. Syn. esophagus. 

GuFly, n. He auwaha. 

Gulp, v. E moni me ka pono ole. 

Gum, n. He pilali. 

Gum'boil, n. He puu ma kahi o na 

Gum/my, adj. Pipili. Syn. sticky. 

Gump'tion, n. Noeau; akamai. 

Gun, n. He pu ki. 

Gun'boat, n. He waapa manuwa' me 
ka pu nui. 

Guivner, n. Kanaka lawelawe pu. 

Gun'ner-y, n. Ka ike no ke ki pu. 

Gun'pow-der, n. Pauda ki pu. 

Gun'shot, n. 1. Poka'; lu. 

2. Ka loihi kahi e lele ai ka poka'. 

3. Gunshot wound, eha i ka poka'. 
Gun'smith. n. Kanaka hana pu. 
Gun'stock, n. Ke kumu o ka pu. , 
Gun' wale (giin'nel) n, Ka papa kac 

o ka waapa. 
Gur'gle, v. 1. E omo; e like me ka wai 

e piha ana i ka omole; e olaola. 

2. E kakahe walaau. The gurgling 

brook, kahawai kakahe walaau. 
Gush. v. E kahe ino mai. 
Gust, v. Makani puahiohio. 
Gust'y. adj. Pukiki. A gusty wind, he 

makani pukiki. 
Gut, n. Naau liilii. 
Gut'ta-per'cha, n. He pilali ano like 

me ka laholio. 
Gut'ter, n. Kio lepo. 
Gut'ter-al, adj. Pili i ke kania-i. A 

gutteral sound, leo no loko ae o ke ka- 
Guy, n. Kaula e koo ana i kekahi mea. 
Guz'zle, v. E pakela inu. 
Gym-na'si-um, n. 1. Wahi hooikaika 

.2. He kula kiekie. 

Gym'nast, n. Kanaka hooikaika kino. 
Gym-nas'ti<>, adj. Pili i ka hooikaika 

Gym-nas'tics, n. pi. Ka hooikaika 

Gyp'sy , n. Kekahi o na mamo kuewa 

Gy-ra'tion, n. Ka nee poai ana. 


Ha'be-as €or'pus t n. Palapala hoo- 
kuu kino. 

Ha-biFi-ment, n. Aahu. Syn. cloth- 

Hab'it, n. 1. Hana maa. Syn. custom. 
2. Aahu. Syn. dress. 

Hab'it-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke noho ia. 

Hab'i-ta/tion, n. Wahi noho mau. 
Syn. abode; dwelling. 

Ha~blt'u-al, adj. Maa; walea. Syn. 

Ha-bit'u-al~ly, adv. Mau. 

Ha-bit~u-ate, v. E hoomaamaa. SYN. 

Hack, n. Kaa lio holoholo. 

Hack, v. E oki hentahema. 

Hack'neyed, adj. Kahiko. A hackneyed 
subject, kumu manao kahiko. Syn. old. 

Haft, n. He au pahi. 

Hag, n. He luwahine pupuka ino. 

Hag'gard, adj. Haikea; onawaliwali. 

Hag'gl©j v* E hoohalahala no ke ku* 

Hag'g-ler, n. Kanaka hoohalahala mau 

no ke kumu kuai. 
Hail» n. Hua hekili. 
Hail, v. 1. E haule mai he hua hekili. 

2. E kahea leo nui, 

3. E haawi i ke aloha. 
HaiFstone, n. Syn. hail. 
HaiFstorm, %. Ka haule ino ana o ka 

hua hekili. 
Hair, n. Lauoho. 
Hair'breadth, adj. Mahunehune. Syn. 

narrow. An hairbreadth escape, he pa- 

kele mahunehune. 

2. Kokoke loa. Syn. yery nearly. 
Hair'brusli, n. Hulu kahi lauoho. 
Hair'eldth, n. Lole hanaiai ka lauoho. 
Hair'less, adj. Ohule; lauoho ole. 
Hair'y, adj. Paapu i ka lauoho; hulu- 





Hal'cy-on, adj. Malia; malino. Syn. 

calm; peaceful. 
Hāle, adj. Ikaika; puipui. 
Half; n. He hapalua. 
. Half «aste, n. He hapahaole. 
Half'pay, n. 13 ku hapa. 
Halfwit-ted, adj. Ano lolo ma ka noo- 

Hall, n. 1. Keena komo o ka hale. 

% Keena nui no na halawai. 

3. Hale nui. 

4. Halls of justice, na keena hookolo- 

Ha'le-lu'jali, inter j. Aleluia! 
Hal-loo 7 , interj. E o! leo kahea. 
Hallow, v. E hoano. 
Hal-lu/ci-na'tion, n. He hihio o ka 

Ha'lo, n. Pona'hana'ha; Lua hoana; 

Halt, v. 1. E ku, e noho iki. Syn. stop. 

2. E holo ku-ku. Syn. limp. 
HaPter, n. 1. Kaula punuku. 

£ Kaula kaawe. Syn. noose. 
Halve, v. E mahele hapalua. 

Halves, (lialvz) Na hapalua 
ial'yard, n. Kaula " n * 
huki hae. 

Kaula huki pea; kaula 

Ham, n. Puaa hama. 

Haines, n. Na hao e hoopaa ana i na 

kaula huki kaa lio, i ka a-i o ka lio. 
Ham'let, n. Kauhale uuku. Syn. small 

Ham'mer, n. Ham ale. 
Ham'mer, v. E kui me ka hamale. 
Ham'mock, n. Moe e lewa ana. 
Ham'per, n. He i-e nunui, mea lawe ai. 
Ham'per, v. E hoopilikia; e keakea. 

Syn, encumber; embarrass. 
Hand, ti. Lima. 
Hand, v. E haawi lima. Hand over 

the book, e haawi lima mai i ka buke. 
Hand'bill, n. Olelo hoolaha i paiia. 
Hand'book, n. Buke liilii, o kela me ke- 

ia ike, i makaukau ma ka lima. 
Hand'cuff, w* Kupee lima; npiki lima, 
Hand'ful, n. Piha lima. 
Hand'i-eraft, n. Oiliana hana lima. 
Hand'i-ly, adv. Me ka mikioi. 
Hand'i-work, n. Ka hana o ka lima. 
Hānd'ker-€hief, n. Hainaka'. 
Han'dle, n. 1. He an. 

2. Hoe, or o-o handle, kano. 
Han'dle, v. 1. E lawelawe* Syn, use. 

2. E lalau lima. To handle baggage, E 
lalau lima aku i ka ukana. 

3. E mili; e miiimili. Syn. handle care- 
fully for_ examination, or from curiosity. 

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Hand'saw, n. Pahi-olo lalau lima. 
Hand'soine, adj. Upalu; onaona; mai- 

Hand'some-ly, adv. Me ka nani; me 

ka maikai; me ka eleu. 
Hajid'wnt'ing;, n. Ke kakau lima. 
Hand'y, adj. Makaukau. A handyman, 

he kanaka makaukau. Syn. ready. 

Hang, v. 1. E li. To hang on the gal- 
lows, e li ma ka amana. 

2. E kaawe. Syn. to hang one's self. 

S. E kau; e kaulai. Hang up to dry, 

E kaulai i maloo. 

4. To hang on the cross, e kaulia ma ke 

Hang'er-on', n. 1. Kanaka hoopili- 


2. He a'ea wale. 
Hang'ings, n. Na paku lole o kela me 

keia ano. 
Hang'man, n. Kanaka li kanaka. 
Hank, n. He mau owili lopi i owili pu 

Hank'er, v. E kuko nui. 
Hank'-er-ing, n, Ke kuko nui ana. 
Hap'haz'ard, n. Mea ulia wale. Syn. 

Hāp'pen, v. 1. Loohia. Syn. occur. 

2. Wale. To happen on a person, e loaa 

wale i kekahi. 
Hap'pi-ly, adv. Oluolu. To live hap- 
pily together, e noho oluolu pu. 

2. Pomaikai. Syn. fortunately. 
Hap'pi-ness, n. Ka oluolu o ka manao. 
Hap'py, adj. Oluolu. 
Har'ass, v. E hoopilikia; e hoonauki- 

uki; hoouluhua. 
Har'bin-ger, n. He oulL 
Har'bor, n. Awa ku moku. 
Har'bor, v. 1. E hookipa. Harbor evil 

designs, e hookipa i na noonoo ino. 

2. Harbor ill will, e hoomauhala. 
Hard, adj. 1. Paa; paakiki. 

2. Oolea. A hard man, he kanaka oo- 

3. Pilikia. Hard times, na wa pilikia. 
Hard'en, v. E hoopaakiki; e hoo-olea; e 

Hard'ened, adj. Paakiki. A hardened 

sinner, he kanaka ino paakiki. 
Hard-heart'ed, adj. Lokoino; paaki- 
ki o ka naau. Syn. cruel. 
Hard'i-hoocX, n. Ka aa i na mea ku- 

pono ole, Syn. effrontery. 
Hardly, adv. 1, Me ka oolea. Syn. 


2. Aole kupono loa. Hardly true, aole 

kupono loa i ka oiaio. 
Hard'ness, n. Ke ano paakiki; ano 

paa; ano oolea. 
Hard'ship, 1. He popilikia. 

2. Haawe kaumaha. 
Hard'ware, n. Na mea hao o kela me 

keia ano. 
Hard-y, adj. Uaua; ui. 
Hare, n. _ He rabita nui. 
Hare'brained, ad;. Noonoo ole ; aa wale. 
Ha'rem, w. Ohana wahine makaaina 

Hark, interj. Hamau! Syn. listen. 
Har'lot, n. Wahine hookamakama. 
Harm, n. Poino; pilikia. 
Harm'less, adj. Poino ole; hooeha 

Har-mdn'ies, n. Ka ike e pili ana i na 

leo mele. 




Har-mo'ni-ous, adj. 1. Kani like. 

2. Lokahi. 
Har~mo'ni-ous-ly , adv. Me ka lokahi. 
Har'mo-nlze, v. E lokahi pu. 
Har'mo-ny, n. 1. Ke ano nahenahe o 

ka leo. 

2. Ka lokahi ana. 
Ear'ness, n. Lei kauo no ka lio. 
Har'ness, n. E hoa i ka lei. 
Harp, Lira hookani. 
Harp'er, n. Mea hookani lira. 
Har-poon', n, Mea o kohola'. 
Har-pobn'er, n. Kanaka o i'-a 
Har'row, n. He hapuku no ka aina; he 

mea kahi aina. 
Har'row, v. 1. E hapuku i ka aina i 

palau mua ia; e kahi i ka aina. 

2. E hoopilihua; hoouluhua. Syn. 

Harsh, adj. 1. Niha; kamaniha. Syn. 

harsh in manner. 

2. Aaka; kalakala. Syn. harsh in 

Harsh'ly, adv. Nihaniha; kalakala. 
Har'vest, a. Ka wa ohi. 
Har'vest, v. E ohi. 
Hash, n. Haki; he i-o a me ka ualai 

okiokiia a liilii, a kawili puia. 

Stl/ten, i * L Eawiwi;ehikiwawe. 
2. E hoohikiwawe. 

Has'ti-ly, adv. 1. Me ka awiwi. Syn. 

2. Me ka pupuahulu; me ka noonoo po- 
no ole. Syn. without consideration. 

Has'ty, adj. Pupuahulu. Hasty words, 
na huaolelo i noonoo ole ia. Syn. in- 
considerate, noonoo ole ia. 

Hat, n. Papale. 

Hatch, v. E kiko i na hua. 

Hatched, p. p. Laukoa. 

Hatch'et, n. Koi liilii. 

Hatch/way, n. Kahi e hookomo ai ka 

Hate, v. E inaina; e hoopailua. 

Hate'ful, adj. Hoopailuaia. 

ELVtred, n. Inaina; huahua'. 

Hat'ter, n. Kanaka hana papale. 

Haugh'ti-ly, adv. Me ka haakei; me ka 

Haugh'ty, adj. Haakei; hookiekie. 

Haul, v. E huki. Syn. pull. 

Haunch, n. Uha'. 

Haunt, v. 1. E loaa mau ma kauwahi. 
2. E uluhia i ka lapu; ka daimonio. 
8. Ala mau mai. The thought haunts 
me, ala mau mai ka noonoo iloko o'u. 

Have, v. 1. E loaa. Syn. possess. 
2. He haina kokua i na hainaeae; e 
hoike ana no ka wa i hala. 

Ha'ven, n. He puuhonua ; wahi e malu 
ai. Syn. shelter; refuge. 

Hav'oc, n. Poino; luku. Syn. destruc- 

Ha-wai'ian, n. Kamaaina no Hawaii. 

Haw'ser, n. Kaula nui hoopaa moku i 
ka uapo ; a c hookolo moku paha. 

Hawse'hole, n. Puka ma ka ihu o ka 
moku, no ke kaula hao o ka heleuma. 

Hay, n. Mauu maloo. 

Hay'ing-time, n. Wa hana mauu ma- 

Hay'staek, n. Ahua mauu maloo. 

Haz r ard, v. E aa i ka poino ; e komo 
ma kahi o ka poino. 

Haz'ard-ous, adj. Paapu i ka poino. 
Syn. perilous. 

Haze, w. Poluhiluhi ; molehulehu. 

Hass'y, adj. Moakaka ole; powehiwehi. 

He, pron. Ia; oia. 

Head, n. Poo. 

Head, v. 1. E ku poo; e ku mua. Syn. 
2. E keakea; e pale. Syn. head off. 

Head'a«he (akej, n. Nalulu; nipoa. 

Head'dress, n. Ke kahiko no ke poo. 

Head' first, adj. Ki'mo'. 

Headland,?*. Lae kiekie. Syn. pro- 

Head'long, adj. Noonoo ole emamua. 
Syn. rash ; inconsiderate. 

Head'quar'ters, w. Kahi e noho ai o 
ke poo o kekahi oihana. 

Head'stall, n. Kaula punuku. 

Head' strong, adj. Ai oolea. Syn. stiff- 

Head- way, n. Ka nee ana imua. To 
make headway, e nee imua. 

Head'wind', n. Makani pa mamua 

Head'work'man, n. Luna hana. Syn. 

Head'y, adj. 1. Paakikimakamanao; 
a-i oolea; nunuha. Syn. self willed; 

2. Ona. Syn. intoxicating. 

3. Huhu koke; inaina koke. Syn. 
violent; rash. 

Heal, v. E ola pono ka eha; e hoola i 

ka eha. 
Health, n. Ka ola pono o ke kino, a o 

ka naau paha. 
Health'ful, adj. Ku i ke ola o ke kino. 
Health'i-ness, n. Ke kupono i ke ola 

Health'y, adj. Mai ole; ui; ola pono; 

Heap, n. He ahua; he puu. 
Heap, v. Ehoo-ahu. 
Hear, v. E lohe; e hoolohe. 
Hear'er, n. Mea elohe ana. 
Hear'ing, n. Ka lohe ana. 
Heark'en (hark-en), v. E hoolohe; e 

haliu mai ka pepeiao. 
Hearse, n. Kaahalihali kupapau. 
Hear'say, n. Lono; lonolono-a'. Syn. 

rumor; report. 
Heart, n. Puuwaijnaau. 
Heart'aehe, n. 1. Eha ma ka puuwai. 

2. Luuluu o ka naau. 
Heart'burn, n. Umaumanaha'; hahoa 
Heart'felt, adj. Pumehana. Heartfelt 

thanks, aloha pumehana. 
Hearth, n. Kapuahi. 




Heart'i-ly, adv 1. Me ka naau apau; 

me ka ikaika. Syn. vigorously. 

2. Nui. Eat heartily, ai a nui. Syn. 

Heart'less, adj. Menemene ole; alolia 

ole; opukopekope. 
Heart'rend'ing, adj. Knpaka; wala- 

Heart'siek, adj. Poho 7 ka manao. 

Syn. disheartened. 
Heart'y, adj. 1. Oiaio. Syn. true. 

2. Puipui. Syn. strong; healthy. 

3. Manao ikaika. 
Heat, n. Wela. 
Hea'then, n. He pegana. 
Hea'then-ish, adj. Pegana. 
Hea'then-ism, n. Ka noho ana o ka 

Heave, v. 1. E hoolei. Syn. throw. 

2. Naenae. Syn. pant. 
Heav'en, n. Lani. Heavens, na aouli. 
Heav'en-ly, adj. Lani. Syn. celestial. 
Heav'i-ly, adv. 1. Kaumaha. Heavily 

in debt, kaumaha i ka aie. 

2. Nui loa. Bain heavily, u'-a nui loa. 
Heav'i-ness, v. Ke kaumaha. 

2. Luuluu. 
Heav'y, adj. Kaumaha; koikoi. 
He'brew, v. He Iudaio. 
Hec'tor, v. E hoonaukiuki. Syn. bully; 

Hedge, n. Pa laau e ulu ana. 
Hedge, v. 1. E hoopuni i ka pa. 

2. E hoopuni. Syn. surround. 
Heed, v. E hoolohe; e malama. 
Heed'l ess, adj. Hoolohe ole; malama 

ole. Syn. careless. 
Heed'less-ly, adv. Me ka hoolohe ole. 

Syn. carelessly. 
HeecPless-ness, n. Ke ano malama ole; 

hoolohe ole. Syn. carelessness. 
Heel, n. Kuekue wawae. 
Heft, n. Kaumaha. Syn. weight. 
He-gl'ra, n." Ka hee ana o Mahometa 

mai Mecca aku, July 16, A. D. 622. 
Heifer, n. Bipi wahine opio. 
Height, I n Kiekie. Grand mountain 



hight, kilakila. 

Heigh t'en, ) Ē hoomahuahua. 

High ten, ) E hookiekie ae. 

Hein'ous, adj. Hewa loa. Syn. atro- 

Heir (ar), n. Hooilina. 

Heirless, n. Hooilina wahine. 

Heir'ldbm, v. Waiwai i hooilinaia mai 
kahi hanauna a i kahi hanauna. 

Heir'ship, ji. Ke kulana hooilina. 

He'li-o-trope, n. 1. He pua. 
2. He mea e hoopaa ana i na kukuna 
malamalama o ka la, a e hoolei ana ia 
lakou ma kahi i makemakeia. 

Hell, n. Gehena; ka luaahi. 

Hel'lish, adj. Kohu luaahi la; hewa 
lua ole. 

Helm, n. Hoeuli. Syn. rudder. 

Helrn/et, n. Mahiole. 

Help, v. E kokua. Syn. assist; aid. 

Help'er, n. He mea kokua; kokoolua. 

Syn. assistant. 
Help'ful, adj. Makaukau i ke kokua; 

Help'less, adj. Hiki ole ke kokua iaia 

iho; Hiki ole ke kokua. 
Help'less-ness, n. Ka hiki ole ana. 

Syn. inability. 
Help'meet, n. 1. Kokoolua. Syn. as- 

2. W ahine mare. Syn. wife. 
HeFter-skel'ter, adv. Huikau. 
Helve, n. Au koi. 
Hem, n. Lepa. 
Hem, v. E humu pelu. 
Heml-sphere, n. Hapa poepoe. 
Hem'or-rhage (raj), n. Luai koko. 
Hemp, n. He olona' ma na aina haole. 
Hen, n. Moa wahine. 
Hence, adv. 1. Mai nei aku. 

2. "Nolaila; no ia mea. Syn. therefore. 
Hence-forth', ) adv. Mai keia wa 
Hence- for' ward, ) aku. 
Hep/ta-gon, n. Huina-lehulehu-aoao- 

Her, pron. Kona; paniinoa no ka wa- 
Her'ald, v- E kukala e mamua. 
Her'ald, n. He elele. 
Herb furb), n- Mea ulu palupalu. 
Her-ba'ceotis, adj. Ano palupalu. 
Herb'age, n. 1. Na mea ulu palupalu. 

2. He mauu. 
Her-ba'ri-iim, n. Buke malama lau, me 

na mea ulu. 
Her-blv'o-rous, adj. Ai i na mea ulu. 
Her-cu-le-an, adj. Ka ikaika o Hercu- 
les, ke akua o ka ikaika o ka poe He- 
lene; nolaila, he ikaika lua ole. 
Herd, n. He pu-a holoholona nunui. 

A herd of cattle, he pu-a bipi. 
Herd, v. E ho-akoakoa mau i na holo- 
holona; e hoo-pu-a. 
Herds'nian, n. Kanaka hoo-pu-a holo- 
Here, adv. Eia; maanei; nei. 
Here'a-bouts', adv. Ma kauwahi o nei. 
Here-aft'er, adv. Mai keia mua aku; 

mahope aku. 
Here-by' adv. Ma keia, mamuli o keia. 
He-red'i-ta-ry, adj. Kuu-na'. 
Here-in', adv. Ma keia; maloko o keia. 
Herein specified, i hoikeia maloko o ke- 
ia, or maloko ae nei. 
Here-up-on', adv. No keia mea; ma- 
muli o keia mea. 
Her-e-sy, n. Kuhihewa o ka manaoio. 
Her'e-tie, n. He kanaka kue ma ka 

manaoio ;_heretiko. 
Here'to-fore, adv. Mamua iho .nei. 
Here-with', adv. Me keia. 
Her'it-age, n. Waiwai hooilina. Syn. 

Her-maph'ro-dite, n. He mahu/. 
Her-raet'ie-al-ly, adv. Paa loa; komo 

ole ke ea. 
Her'mit, n. Kanakanoho mehameha. 
Kēr'mit-āge, n. Wahi noho mehameha. 




He'ro, n. Kanaka aa nui i na pilikia; 

kanaka koa. 
He-ro'k, adj. Koa; aa nui; wiwo ole. 
Her'o-me, n. He wahine koa. 
Her'o-ism, n. Ke ano koa. 
Her- self, pron. Oiaiho; iaia iho, (pili 

i ka wahine). 
Hes'i-tan-cy, n. 1. Kanalua; kuipehi. 

Syn, doubt; uncertainty. 

2. Uuqkaleo. Syn. hesitancy of speech. 

[es'i-tate, v. 1. E kanalua; e kulana- 

lana. Syn. falter; waver. 

2. E uu. Syn. stammer. 
Hes'i-ta'tion, n. Syn. hesitancy. 
Het'er-o-dox, adj. Kulike ole i ke ku- 

lanai kukuluia. 
Hew (hū), v. 1. E kalai. Syn. shape. 

2. E kua. Syn. hew down. 

3. Okioki. Syn. hew in pieces. 
Hew'er, n. Kanaka kalai; kanaka kua- 

Hex'a-gon, n. Huina-lehulehu-aoao- 

Hl-a'tus, n. 1. He kowa kaawale. 

2. He manao i nalowale. 
Hie'eough (hic'up), n. Mauliawa. 

Hidden J *• *• Hunaia. 

Elide, v. 1. E huna'. Syn. conceal; 


2. E pee. Syn. hide one's self. 
Hide, n. Hi holoholona nui. 
Hide and seek, n. Haupeepee; pee- 

Hid'e-ous, adj. Weliweli ka ino o ka 

High, adj. 1. Kiekie. 

2. Leoleo; leolani. Syn. tall; lofty. 
A tall mast, he kia leoleo, or leolani. 

3. Ikaika. A high wind, he makani 

4. A high surf, he okaikai. 

5. High words, na huaolelo hoonauki- 

High/land, n. Aina kuahiwi. 
High'land-er, n. Kanaka i noho ma 

HIgh'ly, adv. Nui. To praise highly, e 

mahalo nui aku. 
High-mind'ed, adj. 1. Naau hoopono. 

Syn. honorable. 

2. Hookiekie. Syn. proud. 
Hlgh'ness, ». 1. Ke kiekie. Syn. al- 

2. Inoa hanohano. Sis highness, ka 

mea kiekie. 
Hlgh'-priest, n. Kahuna Nui. 
High'-prin'ci-pled, adj. Kupaa ma ka 

Hīgh-soiind'ing, adj. Hoo-haaheo. 
High-spir'it-ed, adj. 1. Haaheo; pi- 

hoihoi; puiwa. 

2. Koa. 
High/way, n, 1. He alanui i hele mau 


2. Alanui aupuni. 
Higfh-way'nian, n. He powa'. Syn. 

robber. j 

Hi-lar'i-ty, n. Lealea; hauoli. Syn. 

gaiety; mirth; laughter. 
Hill, n. 1. Hepuu. 

2. Pue. A hill of potatoes, he pue uala. 
Hill'y, adj. Apuupuu. 
Hilt, n. Au o ka pahikaua. 
Him- self, pron. m. Oia iho. 
Hlnd'er, adj. Ko hope. 
Hin'der, v. E keakea; hoololohi; e hoo- 

hakalia. Syn. retard; check. 
Hin'der-ancej Kumu keakea. Syn, 
Hindrance j '*• obstacle ; obstruction. 
Hind'er-most| „,. ^ , 
Hlnd'most \ ad 3' Ho P e loa - 
Hin-doo', n. Kamaaina no Inia. 
Hinge, n. Ami puka. 
Hint, v. E kuhikuhi iki. 
Hip, n. Kikala; papa kole. 
Hire, n. TJku hoolimalima. Syn. wages. 
Hire'ling, n. Kauwa i hoolimalimaia. 
Hiss, y. E pio. 
His-to'ri-an, n. Kanaka kakau moolelo 

o ka wa kahiko. 
His-tor'ie i ,. Pili i ka wa kahiko 
His-tor'ie-alj "**/■ me kona moolelo. 
His'to-ry, n. Moolelo o ka wa i hala. 
His'tri-on'ie, adj. Pili ike keaka. Syn. 

Hit, v. E ku; e ki aku, a ku. 
Hitch, v. 1. E hikii. 

2. E anee. Syn. hitch along. 
Hith'er, adv. Ia nei. 
Hith'er-to', adv. A hiki i keia wa. Syn. 

Hith'er- ward, adv. Ia nei ae; ia nei 

Hive, n. Hale nalo meli. 
Hive, v. E hookomo i na nalo meli ilo- 

ko o ka hale nalo meli. 
Hoar I j. Hina. Soary head, poo» 
Hoar'yj ad ^ hina. 
Hoard, v. E hooahu. Syn. amass. 
Hoarse, adj. Leo ha; hanupilo. 
Hoarse'ly, adv. Papala. 
Hoax, n. He hana epa, i mea paani. 
HSb'Me, v. E hele opa'. Syn. limp. 
Hob'Tby, n. He kumu i noonoo nui ia, 

aole nae i maopopo kona waiwai. 
HoVby-horse, n. Lio laau, mea paani 

no kamalii. 
Hod. n. Pahu halihali puna, a pohaku 
ula paha. 

Hotch'-potch \ ad 3' Hmkau. 

Hoe, n. He ho; o-okope. 
Hog, n. Puaa nui. 

Hog'gish, ae y. Ano puaa; alunu; aua. 
Hogs/head, n. Poo; 63galani. 
Hoi'den, n. He kaikamahine mahaoi. 
Hoist, v. E huki iluna. 
Hold, v. E apo a paa; e hoopaa. 
Hold, n. 1. Ka lua waiho ukana o ka 

2. Ke apo ana a paa. 

3. He kuleana. Syn. claim. 
Hole, n. He puka; he lua. 
Hole'y, adj. Pukapuka; huhu'ku. 
Hol'i-day, n. La kuiaia. ; 




Ho'li-ness, n. Ano hemolele; mafca- 
mae. Syn. purity. 

Hōl'low, adj. 1. Hakahaka. 
2. Oiaio ole; hookamani. Syn. vain; 

HoPlow, n. He wahi po'ho iki. The hol- 
low of the hand, ka po'ho lima. 

HoPlow-clieeked', ad,j. Homa. 

HdPlow-heart'ed, adj. Hookamani. 
Syn. insincere. 

HoFster, n. Eke pu panapana no ka 
noho lio. 

Ho'ly, adj. Hemolele; ihiihi; hoano. 

Ho'ly-day, n. La hemolele; lahoano. 

Hdm'age, n. 1. Mahalo. Syn. praise ; 
2. Hoano. Syn. worship; reyerence. 

Home, n. Wahi noho o ka ohana; ho'- 

Home'less, adj. Ohana ole; ho'me ole; 

Home'ly, adj. 1. Pili i ka ho'me. 
2. Eleku'; eleeleku'; pou'hu. 

Home'-made, adj. Hanaia ma ka oha- 
na; hanaia ma ka ho'me. 

HVme-op'a-tliy, n. He ano lapaau, 
ma ka liaawi liilii ana i ka laau. 

Home'si«k, adj. Manaonao i ka ho'me 
i haaleleia. 

Honie'stead, n. Ke knleana o ka lio'me. 

Eome'ward, adv. I o ka ho'me la. 

Hom-i-cid'al, adj. Pepehi kanaka. 
Homictdalintent, manao pepehi kana- 

Hom'i-clde, n. 1. Mea pepehi kanaka. 
2. Ka pepehi kanaka. Justifiable hom- 
icide^ pepehi kanaka aponoia. 

Hom/i-ly, n. Haiolelo haipule. 

Hum'i-ny, n. Kurina, i kuiia. 

Ho-mo-ge'ne-oiis, adj. Kulikeloa; ano 

Hone, 7i. Pohaku hookala. Syn. whet- 

Hon/est (on/est), adj. Hoopono; oiaio. 
Syn. true. 

Hon'est-ly, adv. Me ka hoopono; me 
ka oiaio. Syn. truly. 

Hon'est-y, n. Ke ano oiaio; ano hoopo- 
no. Syn. truth. 

Hoii'ey, n. Meli. Honey comb, pilali 

Han'eyed (lnln'nid), adj. Malimali. 

Syn. nattering. 
HoE'ey-€ōial), n. Pilali meli. 
Hon^ey-Eaoon, n. Iva mahina mua o ka 
noho mare ana. 

Hdii/or, ii. 1. Ke ano hoopono. A man 
of honor, he kanaka hoopono. 

2. Hanohano. His Honor, ka mea ha- 

3. I have the honor, ili ia'u ka hano- 

Hon' or (on'or), v. 1. E haawi i ka ha- 
nohano; e hoo-hanohano. 
2. E malama. Syn. obey. 

HdxFor-a-Tble, adj. Kuika hoopono; 
ku i ka oiaio. 
2. Hanohano. 

M<5n'or-a-bly, adv. 1. Me ka aponoia. 
Honorably discharged, hookuuia me ka 

2. Me ka hoopono. 
Hdn'or-a'ry, adj. Hanohano. Honor- 
ary member, lala hanohano; or, hoa ha- 
Hood , n. Kapa uhi poo. 
Horbd'wink, v. E hoopunihei. Syn. 

Hoof, n. Kapuai holoholona. 
Hook, n. He lou; kilou. 
Hoop, n. He apo. 

Hoop'ing-€oxigli (kof), n. Kunukalea. 
Hoot, n. Ka leo o ka puueo. 

2. Leo hoohenehene. 
Hop, v. E lelelele ma ka wawae hoo 

2_. E lehelehei, me he manu la. 
Hope, w. Manaolana. 
Hope'fuLl, adj. Piha i ka manaolana; 

lana ka manao. 
Hope'ful-ly, adv. Me ka lana o ka ma- 
Hope'less, adj. Make ka manaolana; 

Hope'less-ly, adv. Me ka pioloke o ka 

naau; me ka lana ole o ka manao. 
Hop'per, n. Pahu hoopaa hua no ka 

Horde, n. He mamo auwana wale. 
Hor-i'zon, n. Ka huina aouli; alihi- 

Hor'i-zdn'tal, adj. Moe iliwai. 
Horn, n. 1. He hao ; he kiwi. 

2. Ohe puhi keleawe. 
Hor'net, n. Nalo aki. 
Hor'ri-ble, adj. Eehia; weliweli ka 

ino. Syn. dreadful. 
Hor'ri-My, adv. Weliweli ino. Syn\ 

Hō r 'rid, adj. Weliweli ino; ilihia. Syn. 

Hor'ror, n. Eehia; weliweli. 
Horse, n. Lio. 

H6rse f back, n. Maluna o ka lio. 
Horse'-break-er, n. Kanaka hoolaka- 

laka lio. 
Horse'-jock'ey, n. Kanaka kuai lio. 
Horse'-liiugli, n. Akaaka ino. Syn. 

boisterous laugh. 
Horse'man, n. Kanaka hooholo lio. 
Horse'man-ship, n. Ka ike no ka 

hooholo lio. 
Horse'-pov/'er, n. Manalio; he mana 
i ana ia mamuli o ka ikaika o ka lio 
H6rse'-race,7i. Heihei lio. 
Horse'slioe, n. Kamaa lio. 
Horse'-tliief, n. Kanaka aihue lio. 
Horse'whip, n. Laau hili lio. 
Hdr'ti-eult'Tire, n. Ka mahi ana i na 

Hor'ti-e&ltfur-ist, n. Mea mahi pua. 
H5-san'na, n. Leo hoolea i Ke Akua, 
Hose, n. 1. Kakini wawae. 

2. He ili wai ; ohe ili wai. 
Ho'&ier, n. Kanaka kuai kakini. 




Ho'sier-y, n. Na kakini wawae o kela 

me kela ano. 
HoVpit-a-ble, adj. Ano kipa. 
Hos'pi-tal, n. Halemai. 
Hos'pi-taPi-ty, n. Ke kipa ana. To 

offer hospitality, e kipa ; e hookipa. 
Host, n. 1. He puali nui. , 

2. Ka mea nana e hookipa; hakuhale. 
Hos'tage, n. Mea i hoopaaia ma ke ano 

Host/ess, 7i. Wahine hookipa; ka wa- 

hine poo o ka hale. 
Hos'tile, adj. 1. Enemi. A hostile 

land, he aina enemi. 

2. Ku-e'; opuino. Syn. unfriendly. 
Hos-til'i-ty, n. Ka ano ku-e'; ano e- 

Hos-tiFi-ties, n. Kama. 
Hos'tler, n. Kahu lio. 
Hdt, adj. 1. Wela. A hot day, he la 


2. Enaena. A hotjire, he ahi enaena. 
Ho-teP n. Hotelc; hale hookina. 
Hot-head'ed, adj. Hikiwawe i ka hu- 

Hot'house, ii. Hale mahana; wahi e 

hoo-ulu ai i na mea ulu ma na aina 

Hound, n. Ilio hahai holoholona. 
Hour, n. Hora; mahele manawa. 
Hour'glass, n. Aniani kuhikuhi hora. 
Hour'ly, adv. Kela me keia hora. 
House, a. Hale. 
House (howz), v. E hookomo maka 

malu oka hale. 
House'break'er, n. Kanaka wawahi 

hale. Syn. burglar. 
House'break'ing, n. Wawahi hale. 

Syn. "burglary. 
Household, n. Na ohua o ka hale. 
House'liold-er, n. Kaona o ka hale; 

ke poo o ka ohana. 
House'keep-er, n Kahu malama hale. 
House'keep-ing:, n. Oihana malama 

House'maid, n. Wahine hooponopono 

Eouse'wlfe, n. 1. Haku wahine o ka 


2. He eke i hoolakoia I na mea hu- 

House'wife-ry, n. Oihana malama 

Hov'el, n. Hale pupupu. 
Hot'er, v. 1. E upaipai i na eheu. 

2. E lahai ; lalahai. 
How, adv. Pehea; ma ke ano hea. 
Ho w-be'it, adv. Aka nae. Syn. never- 
theless; yet. 
Howl, v. E aoaoa. 
Hub, n. Ka laau waenakonu o ka huila. 

Syn. nave. 
Hub'bub, n. Haunaele; hauwalaau. 
Hud'dle, v. E puuluulu. 
Huff, 11. Huha; ukiuki. Syn. fit ol an- 
Hue, n. 1. Hooluu. Syn. color. 

2. Wawa nui. Syn. clamor. 

Hug;, v. 1. E hii; e pullki. 

2. Hug a shore, e holo pili aina. 
Huge, adj. Nunui loa. 
Hulk, n. Kinopopopoo ka moku ka- 

Hull, n. 1. Oka palaoa. 

2. Kino o ka moku hou. 
Hftm, v. E hamumu. 
Eu'inan, adj. Ano kanaka. 
Hu-māne', adj. Menemene; lokomai- 

Hu-mane'ly, adv. Me ka menemene. 
Eu-man'i-ty, n. 1. Ka'naka o ke ao 


2. Ke ano kana'ka. 
Hu'man-ize, v. E hoolakalaka; hoona- 

auao. Syn. civilize, 
Hu'man-kmd', n. Ka'naka. 
Hum'ble, adj. Haahaa; akahai. 
Huiu'bly, adv. Haahaa. 
Hiim'bug:, n. Mea hoka wale. 
Hu'mid, adj. Kawau. Syn. damp. 
Hu-inid'i-ty, n. Ke ano man'; ano 

Hu-mil'i-ate, v. E hoohaahaa; hoohi- 

Hu-mil'i-a'tion, n. Ka hoohaahaa 

Hu-mil'i-ty, n. Ke ano akahai; ano 

Hu'mor, v. E hoolaulea; e ae i ka ma- 

Hu'mor-ous, adj. Ku i ka aka. 
Hump, n. He puu. Syn. hunch. 
Hump'back, { Kl]flT)1]n 
Huncli'baek,* n ' iUla P uu - 
Hun'dred, adj. Haneri. 
H an'dredth., n. Ka hapa haneri; ka 

Hto'ger, n. Pololi. 
Hiin'ger, v. 1. E pololi. 

2. lini nui ; ake nui. 
Hiin'gry, adj. Pololi. 
Hunt, v. 1. E hahai holoholona. 

2. E imi. Syn. search. 
Htot'er, n. Kanaka hahai holoholona. 
Hurl, v. 1. E kiolaikaika; e ncu ino. 

2. Hurl to the ground, e kulai ilalo. 
Hur'ly-bur'ly, n. Haunaele. Syn. hub- 
Hur-rah/ ! inter j. Huro ! 
Hur'ri-eane, n> Makani pukiki. 
Hur'ry, 1. v. E awiwi; e lalelale. 

2. E hookikina. 
Hurt, n. Eha; poino. Syn. injury; harm. 
Hurt'ful, adj. Hooeha; poino. Syn. 

Hus/band, n. Kane mare. 
Hui'band, v. E malama pono. Syn. 

Hus'band-man, n. Kanaka mahiai. 

Syn. farmer; cultivator of the soil. 
Hush, v. 1. E na; e hoomalielie. 

2. Kulikuli. Syn. hush up. 
H&sb/uaon'ey, n. Dala ki-pe'. Syn. 

Husk, n. Aa; ihi. 
Husk, v. E ihi; e maihi. 




H&sk'y, adj. Papala. Syn. hoarse. 
Hut, n. Hale pupupu. Syn. hovel. 
Hy'brid, n. He manu'. 
Hy'drant, n. Kiowai. 
Hy-draul'ics, n. Lala o ka ike e pili 

ana i ka nee ana o na wai. 
Hy'dro-gen, n. He ea mama. Kekahi o 

na kumu o ka wai. 
Hy-drog'ra-plier, n. Kanaka kaha 

kii o na kai, kaikuono, muliwai, etc. 
Hy-drog'ra-phy, n. Ke kakau kii o 

na kai, etc. 
Hy-drom'e-ter, n. Mea ana wai, ana 

i kona kaumaha, etc. 
Hy-drtfp'a-thist, ft. Mea lapaau me 

ka wai wale no. 
B^y-drop'a-thy, n. Ka lapaau ana me 

ka wai. 
Hy'dro-pho'bi-a, n. Maka'u i ka wai; 

he mai weliweli loa iwaina o na ilio 

man a aina anu. 
Hy-dro-stat/ics, n. Ka lala o ka ike e 

hoakaka ana no na wai. 
Hy'^i-ene, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ke ola 

maikai o ke kino. 
Hy-grom/e-ter, n. Mikini e ana ana i 

ka ma-u' o ke ea. 
Hy-me'ne-al, adj. Pili i ka mare. Syn. 

Hymn, n. Himeni. 
Hy'phen, n. Kiko moe (-). 
Hy'po-«lion'dri-a, n. Ka luuluu mau 

o ka naau. 
Hy-poc'ri-sy, n.> Ka hookamani. 
Hyp'o-€rIte, n. He hookamani. 
Hyp'o~erit'i~cal, adj. Hookamani. 
Hy-p5t'e-ntise, n. Aoao hi-o' o ka hu* 

ina-kolu kupono. 
Hy-poth/©-€āte, v. E panai waiwai no 

ka aie'. 
Hy-potii'e-sis, n. Kumu manao kahua. 
Hys'sop, n. Husopa; mea ala. 
Hys-ter'i«s, n. He ano mai pihoihoi, 
pili i na wahine; he akaaka, a he iiwe a 

T pers. pron. Au; owau, 

i«e, n. Han paa. 

Xce'berg, he moku hau paa; e lana ana 


Ice'cream, n. "Wain i paa i ka hau. 

lee'liouse, n. Hale hooahu hau paa. 

I?e'man, n. Kanaka knai hau paa. 

lEVtny-tfl'o-gist, ft. Kanaka ike no 

„ na i-'a, 

Ieli'thy-dl'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana i 

_ na i'-a. 

Fci-ele, ft. He kulu hau paa. 

I-cdn'o-elast, n. 1. Mea wawahi kii 

_ 2. Mea hoike akea i na ano wahahee. 
I'cy, adj. Me he hau la ke anu. 
X-de'a, n. Manao. Syn. notion; thought. 
I-de'al, adj. Manao wale ia. Syn. 
_ imaginary. 

I-den'ti-cal, adj. 1. Like loa. 
_ 2. Oia maoli no. 

I-den'ti-fi-ea'tion, n. Ka hooia ike 
_ niaka. 

I-dcn'ti-fy, v. E hooia ma ka ike maka. 
I~den'ti~ty, n. Ka like loa; oia no. 
Id'i-o-cy, n, Ka lolo o ka naau. 
Id'i-oni, n. Ke ano maoli o kekahi o- 

Id'i-o-mat'ie, adj. Pili pono i kekahi 

olelo. Idiomatic Haiuaiian, olelo maoli 

o ko Hawaii poe. 
Id'i-ot, n. He lolo; he hupo. 
Id-i-oi'ie, adj. Lolo; hupo. 

I/dle, adj. Noho wale; hana ole. 
I'dle, v. E noho wale; e hoopalaleha; e 
_ liloa. 

I'dle-ness, n. Ka noho wale; hana ole. 
I'dler, n. Mea noho wale; kanaka hoo- 
_ palaleha. 

X/dly, adv. Me ka noho wale. 
I'dol, n. He akua kii. 
I-dol'a-ter, n. Mea hoomanakii. 
I-ddl'a-trous, adj. Hoomanakii. 
I-dol'a-try, ft. Ka hoomanakii. 
I'dol-lze, v. E aloha kupono ole. 
If, eonj. Ina paha. Syn. suppose. 
Ig'nlte, v. E hoo-a'; e kuni. Syn. 
kindle; light. 

Ig-no'ble, adj. Haahaa. Syn. mean; base 

ig'no-min'i-oas, adj. Hilahila. Syn. 

_ disgraceful. 

Ig'no-mln'y, n. Hilahila; hoowaha* 
waha. _Syn. disgrace; reproach. 

Ig'no-ra'mus, n. Mea ike ole; mea 

„ naaupo. Syn. blockhead. 

Ig'no-rance, n. Naaupo; ike ole. 

Ig'no-r ant, adj. Naaupo; ike ole. 

Ig'no-rant-ly, adv . Me ka ike ole; me 
ka naaupo. 

Ig-nore', v. E ike ole aku; e nana ole 

_ aku. 

Ill, adj. 1. Nawaliwali; mai; Syn. 

2. Adv. Ino. Syn. badly. 
lll,n. Hepoino; he popilikia. Ills that 
flesh is heir to, na popilikia e kau ana 
maluna o kanaka. 




Ill'bred, adj. Ao pono ole ia; kuaaina. 
Ill'breed'ing, n. Ka ao pono ole ia. 
Il-le'gal, adj. Ku ole i ke kanawai. 
w Syn. unlawful. 
Il'le-gāFi»ty, n. Ke kulike ole i ke 

kanawai. Syn. unlawfulness. 
Il-le'gal-ly, adv. Me ke kanawai ole. 

Syn. unlawfully. 
Il-leg'i-Me, adj. Hiki ole ke heluhe- 

Il-leg'i-bly, adv. Me ka maopopo ole. 
£l'le-git'i-mate, adj. Mawaho ae o ke 
_ kanawai. 
IU-fa'vored, adj. Pupuka; ino. Syn. 

Il-Hb'er-al, adj. Pi; aua. Syn. stingy. 
Il-lic/it, adj. Kanawai ole. 
Il-lim'it-a-ble, adj. Palena ole. Syn. 

Il-lit'er-ate, adj. Makaukau ole ma 

ka ike o na buke. 
Ill-na'ttir-ed, adj. Naaukeenioa; nai- 
_ nai. Syn. morose; cross. 
Ill'ness, n. Mai; nawaliwali. Syn sick- 
Il-log'ic-al, adj. Aole noonoo pono ia. 
Ill'starred, adj. Poino mau; pilikia 
„ Syn. always unfortunate. 
Ill-tem'pered, adj. Syn. ill natured. 
Il-lu'nai-nate, v. E boomalamalama. 
Il-lu'mi-na'tion, n. Ka boomalama- 
lama ana. 
Il-lu'sion, n. 1. He kuhihewa. 

2. He bibio o ka naau. 
Il-lu'slve, adj. Alakai hewa. 
Il-l&s'trate, v. 1. E boonani me na 

kii. Syn. adorn. 
„ 2. E boqmaopopo ma ka boohalikelike. 
IFMs-tra'tion, n. 1. He kii nupepa; 

kii buke. 

2. Ka hoobalike. Syn. comparison. 
H-Ms'tri-ous, adj. Kaulana. Syn. dis- 
. tinguished; eminent. 
Ill' will» n. Manao ku-e; manao enemi. 
im'age, n. Kii. Graven image, kii ka- 

laiia. Molten image, kii hooheehee ia. 
Im-ag'in-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke noonooia. 
Im-ag/i-na-ry, n. Manao wale ia. 
Jm-ag/i-na'tion, n. Noonoo ulu wale. 
Im-ag'ine, v. E manao wale. 
Im'be-cile» adj. Lola; lolo. 
Im-bibe', v. E omo. 
Im-brue', v. 1. E hoo-u'. 

2. E paumaele; hands imbrued with 
_ blood, na lima paumaele i ke koko. 
Izn/i-tate, v. E boomabui. 
Im-i-ta'tion, n. He mea like; ka boo- 
_ balike ana. 
fm'i-ta'tor, n. Mea boomabui; mea 

bana like. 
Im-mā€'u-late, adj. Makamae; kina' 
_ ole. 
im'ma-te'ri-al, adj. 1. Pili ole. Syn. 


2. Mea ole. Syn. matters not. 
^3. Pili i^ka ubane; kino ole. 
Iin'ma-ture', adj. O ole; niaka. 

Im-ineas'ur-able» adj. Hiki ole ke 
anaia; manuunuu. 

Im-mē'di-āte, adj. Koke; hakalia ole. 

Ini-me'di-ate-ly, adv. A no; I keia 

_ wa koke._ 

im'me-mo'ri-al, adj. Wa ike ole ia i 

Im-mense', adj. Nui palena ole. 

Im-mense'ly, adv. Palena ole. Syn. 

Im-mēii'si;ty, n. Ke ao palena ole. 

Im-merse', adj. 1. E lu i ka wai. 
2. Immersed m thought, lilo loa i ka 

Im-mer'sion, n. Ka lu i ka wai. 

iin'mi-grant, n. Kanaka hoo-pae aina 

. max na aina baole. 

tm'mi-grate, v. E boo pae aina mai 
na aina haole. Board of Immigration, 

_ papa boopae lima bana. 

Im'mi-gra'tion, n. Hoopae aina mai 

_ na aina e mai. 

Im'xni-nent, adj. E kau weliweli ana. 
Imminent danger, popilikia e kau weli- 
weli mai ana. Syn. impending; tbreat- 

„ ening. 

Im'uao-bil'i-ty, n. Onipaa. Syn. fix- 

Im-mod'er-ate, adj. Kela loa i ka 
mea kupono. Syn. excessive. 

Im-mdd'est, adj. Hilabila ole. 

īm'mo-lāte, v. E mobai. Syn. sacri- 

Im-inor'al, adj. Ku-e 7 ika pono; hewa; 

_ ino. 

Im/mo-ral/i-ty, n. Hana ku-e' i ka po» 
no; banabaukae; bewa. 

Im-mor'tal, adj. Make ole; olamau. 

im'mor-tal'i-ty, n. Ke ola mau loa. 

Im-mor'tal-xze, v. E boomau aku. 
Immortalize a name, e boomau aku i ka 

Im-mov'a-Me, adj. Onipaa; ku paa. 

Im-m'u'ni-ty, n Ka pakele ana. Immu- 
nity from punishment, ka pakele ana 
mai ka hoopai. 

Im-mure', v. E boopaa iloko o ka bale 
paabao. * 

Im-mu'ta-bil'i-ty, n. Ka loli ole; ka 
oni ole, Syn. uncbangeableness. 

Im-inii/ta-ble, adj. Loli ole; onipaa. 
Syn. uncbangeable. 

Im-p&ir, v. E hooemi i ka maikai. 

Im-pān'el, v. E kobo i jure. 

Im-part', v. 1. E baawi. Syn. to give. 

2. E mabele; e puunaue. Syn. to 
part with. 

3. E boolaba; e bai. Impart knowledge, 
e bai aku i ka ike. 

Iui-par'tial, adj. Ewaewa ole ; kaulike. 
Syn. just. 

Im-par'tial'i-ty, n. Ewawaole; kau- 
like. Syn. justice 

Im-par'tial-ly, adv. Me ke kaulike; 
ewaewa ole. 

Im-pass'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hele ia. 

Im-pa'tience, n. Paupauabo o ka ma- 




Im-pā'tient, adj. Paupauaho wale ; aho- 

nui ole. 
Im-pa'tient-ly, adv. Meke ahonui ole. 
Im-pēaeli', v. E hoopii; e hoopii no ka 

ponq ole o kahana. 
Im-peach/a-ble, adj. Ku i ka hoopii 

Im-pearii'ment, n. 1. Ka hoopii ana 

no ka hewa o ka hana. 
v 2. Ka hoahewa ana. 
Im'pe-eun'i-oiis, adj. Dala ole. Syn. 

poor; penniless. 
Im-pede', v. E keakea; hoopilikia; hoo- 

hihia. Syn. hinder; obstruct. 
Im-ped/i-ment, n. Kumn keakea; ku- 
mu hihia. Syn. hindrance; obstruc- 
Im-pend', v. E kau maluna a'e. Pun- 
ishment impends over the guilty, e kau 
ana ka hoopai maluna'e o ka poe hewa. 
Im-pend'ing:, adj. E kau mai ana. Im- 
pending punishment, ka hoopai e kau 
mai ana. 
Im-pen'e-tra-MFi-ty, n. Hiki ole ke 

komoia; paapuloa. 
Im-pen'e-tra-ble, adj. Paapu loa; hi- 
ki ole ke komoia; hiki ole ke hoomao- 
Im-pen'i-tence, n. Mihi ole; paakiki 

o ka naau. 
Im-pen/i-tent, adj. Mihi ole ; paakiki. 
Im-per'a-tive, adj. Kaohiia; niki ole 
v ke hoole ia. 
Ixn'per-cept/i-ble, adj. Maopopo ole i 

ka ike 6 ka maka. 
Im-per'fect, adj. Hemolele ole;, hema- 
v hema; kina'. ' 

Ira'per-fee'tion, n. Kina'; he hemahe- 

Iin-per'feet-ly, adv. Mekahemahema; 

makaukau ole. 
Im-pe'ri-al, adj. Pili i ka Emepero. 
Im-pex'il, v. E hoopilikia. Syn. en- 
Im-pe'ri-oiis, adj. Hoohaakei; hookie- 

kie. Syn. haughty; arrogant. 
Im-per'ish-a-ble, adj. Popoole; mau. 
Im-iser'me-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole i ka wai 

ke komo. Syn. impervious. 
Iin-pei'ti-nent, adj. Pakike'; mahaoi. 
Iixi-per'tur-a-ble, adj. Pihoihoi ole. 
Ixa-per'vi-oois, adj. See impermeable. 
Im-pet'li-ds'i-ty, n. 1. Kahikiwawe 
noonoo ole. Syn. violence. 

2. Ka pa ikaika mai ana. 

3. Ka nee awiwi ana. The impetuosity 
of the current, ka nee awiwi ana o ke au. 

Iui-pet'u-oiis, adj. 1. Hikiwawe noo- 
noo ole. 
2. Paa ikaika; pukiki. 

„ 3. Nee awiwi. 

Im'pe-tus, n. Ka nee ana imua. 

Im-pi'e-ty, n. Manao aia'; hoomaloka. 

Iin-pinge', v. E ku. Syn. hit. 

{m'pi-oifcSf adj, Hailiili; kuamuamu. 

im-pla'«a-ble, adj. Makona; laulea 

Im-plant', v. E kanu iloko; e hookomo. 
Im'ple-ment, n. Mea hana lima; mea 
_ lawelawe. Syn. tool; utensil. 
Im-pli'€ate, v. E hoahewa pu; e komo 
„ like ma ka hihia. 
Im'pli-ca'tion, n. 2. Hihia like; hewa 

like. " 

2. Mea i manaoia, aole nae i olelo ia. 

Syn. inference. 
Xm-pllc'it, adj. Kanalua ole. Implicit 

obedience, hoolohe kanalua ole. 
Im-pllc'it-ly, adv. Me ke kanalua ole; 

me ke kapekepeke ole. 
Im-plore', v. E noi haahaa. Syn. be- 
Im-ply', v. E hoike; Syn. mean; sig- 
„ nify. 

Im'pd-lite', adj. Nihaniha. 
Im'po-Hte'ness, n. Ano nihaniha; pi- 

halula ole. 
Im-pol'i-tie, adj. Ku pono ole. Syn. 

unwise; imprudent; inexpedient. 
Im-port', v. E hookomo waiwai i ka 
_ aina. 
Im'port, n. 1. Waiwai i hookomoia i 


2. Ano. Syn. purport; meaning. 

3. Ano nui. Syn. importance. 
Im-por'tance, n. Ke ano koikoi ; hano- 

Xm-por'tant, adj. Ano nui; waiwai 
„ nui. 

Im'por-ta'tion, n. 1. Ka hookomo wai- 
wai i ka aina. 

2. Ka waiwai i hookomo ia i ka aina. 

Recent importations, na waiwai hou i 

Im-port/er, n. Mea hookomo waiwai. 
Im-porfu-nate, adj.E noi ikaika a noi 
„ mau. 

Im'por-tiine', v. E koi ikaika a e koi 
„ mau. 

Im'por-tu'ni-ty, n. He noi mau. 
Im-pose', v. 1. E kau. Syn. put on. 

2. E punihei; e epa; e hana apiki. 
Im-pos'ing, adj. Kamahao. 
Im'po-si/tion, n. 1. Ke kau ana. Syn. 

laying on. Imposition of hands, ke kau 

ana o na lima. 

2. Ka hana apiki; hana epa. 
Im-pos'si-biPi-ty, n. Mea hiki ole. 

Waste time on impossibilities, e hoopau 

manawa wale ma na mea hiki ole. 
Im-pos'si-ble, adv. Ole loa e hiki. 
Im'post, n. He dute waiwai. Syn. duty. 
Im-pds'tor, n. He hookamani; kanaka 

Im-post'ure, n. Wahahee. Syn. de- 
„ ception ; lying. 

Iin'po-tenee, n. Ikaika ole; ano lolo. 
Im/po-ten£, adj. Lolo. 
Iin-pdv'er-ish., v. 1. E hooilihune. 

2. E hoolilo i panoa; e hoopanoa. 
Im-prae'ti-ea-bil'i-ty, n. Ke hiki 
„ ole o ka hooko'. 

Im-prā€'ti-€a-ble, adj. Hiki ole. 
īm/pre-€ā'tion, n. Olelo hailiili. Syn. 




Im-prē£r'na-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 
hoopio ia. Syn. invincible. 

Im-preg'nate, v. E miko; e hoo-u. 

Im-press', v. 1. E pai paa aku. Impress 
on the min^ e pai paa aku nia ka naau. 
2. E ku i ka manao. To impress favor- 

_ ably, e kupono i ka manao. 

Ian/press, n. He hoailona pai; hoailona. 

Iraa-pres'si-ble, adj, Lauwili. An im- 
pressible youth, he ui lauwili wale. 

Iin-pres'sion, n, 1. Ka pai ana me na 
hua kepau. 

2. Ke ku ana i ka manao. A good im- 
pression, kupono i ka manao. 

Im-pres'sive, adj. Koikoi. An im- 
pressive speech, he haiolelo koikoi. 

Iin-print', v. 1. E pai. To imprint on 
the mind, e pai paa loa ma ka naau. 

Im-pris'on, v. E hoo-paahao. 

Im-prls'on-ment, n. Ka hoopaahao 

Im-prob'a-ble, adj. 1. Paha. It is 
improbable, aole paha pela. It is not 
improbable, aole no he paha, 
2. Aole oiaio paha. An improbable 
story, he olelo oiaio ole paha. 

Im-promp'tu, adv. Ku 1 ka wa; noonoo 
ole ia mamua. Syn. off hand; ex- 

Im-prop'er, adj. Kupono ole; kohu 
ole. Syn. unbecoming. 

Tin-prop'er-ly, adv. Me ke kupono 

iui'pro-prl'e-ty, a Ke ano kupono 

Iin-prove, v. 1. E holo mua. 

2. E hoopaa pono. Improve the time, 
e hoopaa pono i ka manawa. 

3. E apo. Improve the opportunity, e 
apo i ka wa kupono. Syn. seize. 

4. E kela aku l ka maikai. 
Im-prove'ment, n. 1. Ka hoo-oi ana. 

2. Ka hana hou ana a maikai ae. 

3. Improvements, na hana hou i mea e 
maikai ai. 

Im-prov'i-dent, adj. Hoomaunauna; 

„ uhauha; malama ole. Syn. wasteful. 

Im'pro-vise', v. E haku wale mai. 

Im-pru'dence, n. Ka noonoo ole i mea 
e pono ai. "Syn. indiscretion. 

Iin-pnaMent, adj. Noonoo pono ole. 
Syn. indiscreet. 

Im-pmi'dent-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo 

w ole. Syn. indiscreetly. 

Im'pu-dent, adj. Hilahila ole; hone- 

^ koa. 

Ilia/pulse, n. 1. Impulse of the moment, 
mamuli o ka manao ulu wale mai; ma- 
nao pukiki. 

2. He manao ulu wale mai. Governed 
by impulse rather than by reason, e hoo- 
ko ana mamuli o ka manao ulu wale, 
aole mamuli o ka noonoo. 

Im-pul'sive, adj. An impulsive man, he 
kanaka e hooko ana mamuli o ka ma- 
nao ulu wale mai; pukiki. 

Im-pu'*ii-ty, n. Ka hoopai ole; ka pa- 
kele i ka hoopai. 

Im-pure', adj. Maemae ole ; paumaele ; 

Im-pu'ri-ty, n. Ka maemae ole; ka 

„ haukae. 

Inx'pu-ta'tion, n. Kahoopili ana; ka 
hooili ana. Imputation of evil, ka hoo- 
pili ana o ka hewa. 

Im-pute', v. E hoopili; e hooili. Syn. 

„ charge. 

In, prep. 1. Iloko. hi the house, iloko 
o ka hale. 
2. Maloko. 

^3. Ma. In the place of, ma kahi o. 

In'a-bll'i-ty, n. Ka hiki ole. • 

In'ae-cess'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole fee hoo- 
kokoke aku. 

In-ā«'cu.-ra-cy, n. Ka pololei ole. 

īn-ā€'€U-rate, adj. Pololei ole. 

In-ā€'tion, n. Ka noho ana hana ole. 

In-ae'tive, adj. Noho wale; hana ole; 
nanea; loma. 

In-ad'e-qua-cy, n, Ka lawa pono ole. 

In-ad'e-quate, adj. Lawa pono ole. 

In'ad-mis'si-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 
hookomoia; hiki ole ke lawe ia. In- 
admissible evidence, olele hoike i hiki 

^ ole ke lawe ia. 

In'ad-vert'enee, n. Ka palaka o ka 

• w manao. Syn. forgetfulness. 

In'ad-vert'ent-ly, adv. Me ka palaka; 
akahele ole. 

In-al'ien-a-ble, adj. Pili paa loa; hiki 
ole ke hoolilo ia aku. 

Iii-an'i-mate, adj. Nele i keola; make. 

In-ap'pli-€a-ble, adj Pili ole. Syn. 

„ inappropriate. 

In'ap-pro'pri-ate, adj. Ku pono ole. 
Syn. unsuitable. 

In-apt', adj. Makaukau ole; ku ole. 
An inapt expression, he olelo- ku ole. 

_ Syn. unsuitable. 

In'ar-tl€'u-late, adj. Maopopoole oka 

„ leo. 

fn'as-miich', adv, Oiai. Syn. since. 

In'at-ten'tion, a. Ka hoolohe ole. 

in'at-tent'ive, adj. Hoolohe ole. 

In-au'di-ble, adj. Lohe ole ia. 

In-aii'di-bly, adv. Me ka lohe ole ia. 

In-^Lu'gu-ral, adj. Hookumu. Inaug- 
ural address, haiolelo hookumu. 

In-au'gu-rate, v. 1. E hookomo i ka oi- 

2. E hoomaka; hookumu. Syn. to be- 

In-au'gu-ra'tion, n. Ka hookomo ana 

„ i k'ekahi ma ka oihana. 

In'a,u-spi'cioiis, adj. Kupono ole na 

„ ouli. 

In' born, adj. Noho ana iloko. Inborn 
passions, na kuko e noho ana iloko. 

In-€āl'€u-la-bl©, adj, Hiki ole ke he- 

^ luia ; manomano. 

In'can-ta'tion, n. Pule hoomanamana; 
pule anaana. 

In-«a'pa-ble, adj. Maukaukau ole; he- 

^ mahema. 

In'ea-pac'i-tate, v. E hoonele i ka 
hiki. " 




In'ea-pac'i-ty, n. Ka nele o ka hiki. 
In-ear'cer-ate» v. E hoo-paahao. SYN. 

In-€ar'cer-ā'tion, n. Ka lioopaahao 


In-«ar'nate, adj. E noho ana ma ke 

kino. The incarnate Son of God, o ke 

Keiki a Ke Akua e noho ana ma ke 

_ kino. 

in-ea u'tious, adj. Akahele ole. Syn. 

In-cexi'di-a-risni, n. Ka puhi kolohe 

ana i ke ahi. 
Xn-cen'di-a-ry, n. Mea puhi kolohe i 
^ ke ahi. 

In'cense, n. Ala knni. 
In-€ense','y. E hoohuhu; hoonaukiuki. 
In-cexi/tive, n. Kumu hoo-hoihoi; ku- 

mu hoolalelale. 
Xn-cep'tion, n. Ka hoomaka ana. Syn. 

In-ces'sant, adj. Man; hoo'ki ole. 

Syn. unceasing. 
In-ces'sant-ly, adv. Me ka hoo'ki ole. 
u Syn. unceasingly. 
In'cest, n. Ka moekolohe me ka hoa 

In-cest'u-oiis, adj. Moekolohe pili ko- 
„ ko. 

Ineli, u. Iniha. 

In'ci-dence, n. Ka haule ana o'keku- 
„ kuna malamalama malunao kekahiili. 
Tn'ci-dent, n. Mea e pili ana. 
in'ci-denV al, adj. E pili ana. Inciden- 
tal expenses, na lilo e pili ana. 
In'ci-dent'als, n. Na lilo o kela me 

keia ano e pili ana. 
In-cin'er'ate, v. E kuni i ke ahi a lilo 

i lehu. Syn. burn to ashes. 
In-cip'i-ent adj. Ka hoomaka ana; ka 
makamua. Incipient light of day, ka 
hoomaka ana o ka malamalama. 
In-cis-ion, n. He oki iloko o ke kino. 

Syn. cut; gash. 
In-cite', v. 1. E hookonokono. 

2. " E hooeueu; hoolalelale. 
In-clte'ment, n. Kumu hooeueu. Syn. 
v incentive. 
In'ci-vll'i-ty, n. Ke ano mahaoi, Syn. 

In-elem/ent, adj. Ino; oluoluole. Syn. 
boisterous; stormy. Inclement weather, 
„ waino. 

In'eli-na'tion, n. 1. Ka hi-o' ana. 
2. Ka hilinai ana o ka naau. Syn. dis- 
In-eline', v. 1. E hi-o'. 

2. E hilinai. 
Xn-elose', v. 1. E hoopuni. Syn. sur- 

2. E hookomo. Syn. to put within. 
In-elos'ure, n. 1. Wahi i hoopuniia. 

2. Mea i hookomoia. 
In-clude', v. E helu pu. 
In-clu'slve, adj. Helu pu ia. 
In-eog-ni-to, adv. Hooaano. 
£n'ec>^liē' r eīit, adj. Namunamu wale; 
pili ole. 

Xn'eo-lxe'rent-ly, adv. Namunamu 

„ wale. 

In'eom-biis'ti-ble, adj. Pau ole i ke 

„ ahi. 

In'come, n. Na loaa, Syn. revenue. 

_ Annual income, na loaa makahiki. 

In/eom-mode', v. Ehoopilikia; e hoo- 
haiki i ka pono o ka noho ana. Syn. 

In-com'par-a-ble, adj. Lua ole. 

In'com-pat/i-ble, adj. Ku like ole. 
Syn. inconsistent, 

In-€om'pe-tenc©, j Hiki ole. Syn. 

In~edBa/pe-ten-ey,$ * inability. 

In-edm/pe-tent, adj. Hiki ole; hema- 

v hema. Syn. unable. 

In'com-plet©', adj. Paahapa; paa po j 

^ no ole. Syn. unfinished. 

In-cora'pre-hen'si-Me, adj. Hiki ole 
i ka naau ke apo aku. Syn. inconceiv- 

„ able. 

In'€on-ceiv'a-bIe, adj, Mawaho ae o 

v ka noonoo. 

In'-eon-€lu'sive, adj. Maopopo ole ka 

„ oiaio. 

Xn'eon-gru'i-ty, n. Ke kulike ole. 
Syn. impropriety. 

In-con'gru-ofis, adj. Kulike ole. Syn. 

„ inappropriate. 

In'«on-sid'er-a-ble, adj. Mea uuku 
wale no ; mea ole ; aole noonoo ia. 

Iii'€on-sId'er-ate, adj. Noonoo ole. 

„ Syn. thoughtless; heedless. 

In'^on-slst/ent, adj. Ewaewa; kuli- 

w ke ole. 

In'eon-sol'a-ble, adj. Na ole; hiki ole 
ke hooluolu ia. 

In-€on'stan-cy, n. Lauwili wale. Syn. 

In-con'stant, adj. Muhee ; palai-e ; ka- 
pekepeke; lauwili. Syn. changeable; 

„ fickle. 

In'eon-test'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 
ku-e'ia;paa. Syn. unquestionable. 

In-eon'ti-nent, adj. Makaleho; umi 
olekekuko. Syn. unchaste. 

In-con'tro-vert/i-Me, adj. Paa loa; 
hiki ole ke hoohuli ia. An incontro- 
vertible argument, he olelo paa loa; he 

^ manao ihiki ole ke hoohuliia. 

In'eon-ven'iences n. Mea hoopilikia, 

in'edn-ven'ient, adj. Kupono ole. An 
inconvenient time, wa kupono ole. 

In-cor'po-rate, v. E hui, a lilo i kino 

^ hookahi. 

In'eor-rect/, adj. Pololei ole; hewa, 
„ Syn. inaccurate. 

In'-eor-reet'ly, adv. Hewa; me ka po- 
lolei ole; kuhapa. 

In-eor'rigr-i-ble, adj. Paakiki ma ka 
„ naau; hiki oleke hoohuliia. 

In'eor-rupt'i-ble, adj. 1. Mae ole. 
Syn. unfading; not corruptible. 
2. Hoopono; ewaewa ole, Syn. in- 
flexibly just; not to be bribed. 
In-erease', v. 1. E hoomahuahua; e 
nui ae. 



2. Kawowo; kaioio. Syn. germinate 

„ rapidly. 

Increase, n. Ka hua; ka nui ana raai; 
ka mahuahua ana. 

In-ered'i-bil'i-ty, n. Oiaio ole; hala 
ka palena o ka manaolo. 

In-ered'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke manao- 
ioia. Syn. not to be believed; beyond 

w belief. 

Jn'«re-dii/li-ty, n. Manaoio ole; hoo- 
malau; hoomaloka. Syn. unbelief. 

In-erecFu-lotts, adj. Hoomaloka; ma- 
naoio ole. Syn. unbelieving. 

In-cr&st', v. E papaa. Incrusted with 

w mud, papaa i ka lepo. 

In'crfcs-ta'tion, n. Ka papaa ana i ke- 

„ kahi mea. 

In'eu-bate, v. E hoomoe hua. 

In'eu-biis, n. 1. He moe hewa. Syn. 
2. Kela me keia mea e hookaumaha'i. 

In-€iiF«ate, v. E ao. Syn. teach. 

In-c&l'pate, v. E hoopii pu no ka 

In-eiim'ben-cy, n. Ka noho ana ma ka 

In-€iim'bent, n. Ka mea e noho ana 
ma ka oihana. 

Xn-eiirra/beiit, adj. He mea pono. 

In-eiim'braiice, n. He kumu keakea; 
haawe kaumaha. Syn. burden. 

In-eur', v. E halawai. Incur displeas- 
ure, e halawai me ka huhu. Incur 
peril, e halawai me ka popilikia. 

In-eur'a-ble, adj. 1. Ola ole. An in- 
curable disease, he mai ola ole. 
2. Pau ole. Incurable laziness, molo- 
wa pau ole. 

Ia-eiir'sion, a. Ke komo ana. In- 
cursion of the enemy, ke komo ana o ka 
enemi. Syn. invasion. 

In-debt'ed, adj. Aie. 

In-debt'ed-ness, n. Ka aie. 

In-de'ceii-cy, n. Anohilahilaoie; ano 
haumla; ano haukae. Syn. immodest. 

Xu-de'cent, adj. Haumia; pelapela. 

īn-dē'cent-ly, adv. Ma ke ano haukae. 

Iii/de-cis'ion, n. Lolilua o ka manao. 

In-dec'o-roiis, adl. Kupono ole, hila- 
hila. Syn. unbecoming. 

Tn-deed', adv. Pela i'-o. Syn. verily. 

In'de-fat'i-ga-ble, adj. Paupauaho 

^ole; hoomanawanui. Syn. unwearied. 

Iii'd e-feii'si-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke ko- 
kuaia. A bad cause is indefensible, hiki 

^ ole ke kokuaia ka aoao ino. 

In'de-fln'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoo- 

In-def'i-nite, adv. 1. Maopopo ole; 
hoakaka ole ia. 

2. Loa. Indefinite postponement, hoo- 
panee loaia. 

In-del'i-ble, adj. Paa loa; hiki ole ke 
holoi ia. 

In-del'i-cate, adj; Hllahila, Syn. in- 

In-dem'ni-fy, v. E pani i ka poho'. 
Syn. reimburse. 

In-dent', v. E kumumu. 
In'den-ta/tion, n. He kumumu. 
In-denl/ure, n. Olelo ae-like i kakau 

In-dent'ure, v. E hoopaa ma ka olelo 
^ ae-like. 

In'de-pcn'dence, w. Ke kuokoa o ka 
„ noho'na. 

In'de-pend'ent, adj. Kuokoa. 
In'de-serlb'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hai 
_ ia. 

In'de-strxict'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke lu- 
„ kuia; hiki ole ke hoopoino ia. 
Xn'dex, 1. Lima kuhi (4®=). 

2. Papa kuhikuhi. 
w 3. He hoailona. Syn. Indication; sign. 
Ira'di-an, n. He inikini. 
Xn'dia-riib'ber, n. Laholio; mea ho- 
v lol kaha. 

Xn'di-eate, v. E kuhikuhi. Syn. show; 
„ point out. 
In'di-ca'tion, n. 1. He hoailona. Syn. 

v 2. He ouli. Syn. omen. 
In'di-ea'tor, n. Mea kuhikuhi. 
In-dīetf (in-dlte), v. E hoopii ma ka 

palapala hopu. 
In-dlct'a-ble (indite-able), adj. Ku 

i ka hoopiia. 
In-dict'inent, n. Palapala hopu. 
In-dif'fer-eii-ce, n. K a palaleha; hoo- 
maloka; manao ole aku. 
Xn-diFfer-ent, adj. Hoomaloka; mo- 
v Iowa ma ka naau ; palaleha. 
In'di-grence, n. He ilihune; nele. Syn. 

poverty. " 
In-dig'e-noiis, adj. Kamaaina i ka 
_ lepo o ka aina. 

Xn'di-gent, adj. Ilihune; ilikole; nele. 
„ Syn. poor; destitute. 
In'di-grest'i-ble, adj. Wall ole ke ai ia. 
In'di-fjes'tion, n. Ka wali ole o ka ai 

iloko o ka opu'. 
In-dig'nant, adj. TJkiuki; huhu. Syn. 
^ angry. 
Xn'dig-na'tion, n. Huhu hoowaha'- 

In-dig'ni-ty, n. He hana hoowaha'- 
_ waha'. 

In'di-reet', adj. 1. Pili pono ole. 
„ 2. Lauwili. 

Iii'dis-«reet', adj. Noonoo pono ole la. 
v Syn. injudicious; imprudent. 
Xn'dis-«re'tion, n. Ka noonoo pono 
_ ole. Syn. imprudence. 
In'diS-criiii/i-nate, adj. Huikau ; koho 
„ pono ole; noonoo ole ia. 
In'dis-pen'sa-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 
„ hooneleia; pili pono loa. 
In'dis-posed/, adj. 1. Nawaliwali ikl ; 


2. Makemake ole. Indisposed to help, 

makemake ole ke kokua. 
Xn-dis'po-si'tion, n. 1. Ka nawali- 

wali iki o ke kino. 

2. Ka makemake ole o ka manao. 
Xn'dis-put'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoole 

ia. Syn. unquestionable. 




In'dis-tmct', adj. 1. Powehiwehi. Syn. 
obscure. Indistinct vision, ike powehi- 

2. Ncraoa'; koliuliu; laulahea. Indis- 
tinct as to sound. 

In-dite', v. 1. E haku. Syn. com- 
pose; write. 
2. E haku, a na hai e kakau. Syn. 

_ dictate. 

In'di-vid'u-al, n. 1. Mea hookahi; 

^ 2. adj. Pakahi. 

In'di-vid'u-al-ize, v. E kuhikuhi pa- 

w kahi. 

In'di-vid'u-al-ly, adv. Pakahi. Syn. 

„ singly. 

In'di-vis'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke ma- 

„ heleia. 

In'do-lence, n. Ke ano lomaloma; lu- 

„ ana; noho wale. Syn. sloth. 

In'do-lent, adj. Luana wale; molowa, 
Syn. slothful. 

In-dow/i-ta-ble, adj. Pio ole; lana- 
kila. Syn. unconquerable. 

In-d6rse', v. 1. E kakau inoa ma ke 
kua o ka bila dala. 

2. E apono ma ke kakau lima. 

3. E kakau i ke ano oloko o kekahi pa- 
lapala ma kona kua. 

In-dors'er, n. Ka mea kakau inoa ma 
kekahi pepa, ma ke ano apono. 

In-dorse'ment, n. 1. Ke kau ana o 
ka inoa ma kekahi pepa, ma ke ano 
2. Ka apono ana. 

In-du/bi-ta-ble, adj. Kanalua ole ia ; 
maqpopo lea. 

In-duce', v. E koi, e kono. Syn. lead 
on; urge. 

In-duce'ment, n. Kumu e koi ai. 

In-diiet', v. E hookomo. Induct to of- 
fice, e hookomo ma ka oihana. 

In-d&lge', v. E ae mamuli o ka make- 
make; eoluolu. Syn. gratify. 

In-dul'gence, n. Ke ko ana i ka make- 
make. Syn. gratification. 

In-dul'gent, adj. Oluolu; ae wale i ka 

In-dus'tri-otis, adj. Hooikaika; ma- 

_ kaala; hanamau. Syn. diligent. 

In'dus-try, n. 1. He hooikaika; he 

w 2. He oihana hanalima. 

In-dwell/ing, adj. E noho ana maloko. 
Indwelling sin, ka hewa e noho ana ma- 
loko o ka naau. 

In-e'bri-ate, n. Kanaka ona. Syn. 

„ drunkard. 

In'e-bri'e-ty, n. Ka ona. Syn. drunk- 

In-ef fa-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke haiiaJ 
naniloa; kamahao. The ineffable joys 
of heaven, na hauoli o kalani i hiki ole 

v ke haiia. 

In'ef-face'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke ho- 

w loiia; p"aa loa. 

In'ef-fce'tu-al, adj. Makehewa; ko ole. 
Syn. vain ; useless. 

In-ef'fi-ea-cy, ) Ka lawa ole; ma- 
In'ef-fi'cien-cy,5 "• na ole, 

in'ef-f I'cient7 adj. Hemahema; hawa- 

In-el'e-gant,adj. Maikai ole; kohuole. 

In-el/i-gi-ble, adj. Kupono ole. Inel- 
igible to office, kupono ole ke kohoia no 

w ka oihana. 

In'e-qual'i-ty, n. Ka like ole. 

In-ert', adj. 1. Loma; molowa. Syn. 
inactive ; sluggish. 
2. Oni ole; make. Syn. lifeless. 

In-er'tia, n. Ke ano o kela me keia ki- 
no e moe malie ina e nee ole ana, a 
ina hoi e nee ana e hoomau kona nee 

In-es'ti-ma-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole ke 
ana ia. 

2. Makamae. Inestimable privilege, he 
pono makamae. 

3. Lua ole. Inestimable worth, waiwai 
lua ole. 

In-ev'i-ta-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke pale 
ia; maopopo loa. 

In-ev'i-ta-bly, adv. Me ka maopopo 
loa; mau. Punishment inevitably follows 
sin, e hahai mau ana ka hoopai i ka lia- 
na hewa. 

In' ex-eus'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke kala 

v ia. 

Xn'ex-b.aust'i-ble, adj. Pau ole; mau. 

In-ex'or-a-ble, adj. Maliu ole; hiki 

w ole ke pale ia. Syn. inevitable. 

In'ex-pe'di-ent, adj. Kupono ole. 

In'ex-pe'ri-enced, adj. Walea ole; 
maa ole ; akahīakahi, 

In-ex'pli-ca-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke we- 

^ hewehe ia; pohihihi. 

In'ex-press'i-ble, adv. Hiki ole ke hai 

v ia. 

In'ex-ttn'guisli-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole* 
ke kinaiia. Syn. unquenchable. 

In-ex'tri-ca-ble, adv. Hiki ole ke we- 
he ia. Inextricable tangle, hihia hiki ole 
ke wehe ia. 

Kuhihewa ole; 

Hiki ole ke kuhihe- 
1. Me ke kuhihewa 


pono loa. 
In-fal/li-ble, adj. 

In-fal'li-bly, adj. 


w 2. Mau. Syn. invariably. 
In'fa-moiis, adj. Kaulana ino. 
īn/fa-my, n. Ke kaulana no ke ino. 
In'fan-cy, w. 1. Kawakolo. 

2. Ka~wahookumu; ka hoomaka ana. 

Syn. beginning. 

8. Ka wa oo ole ma ke kanawai. Syn. 
„ minority. 
Xn'fant, n. 1. Keike ai waiu. Syn. babe. 

2. Keike oo ole ma ke kanawai. Syn. 

In-fān'ti-$īde, n. Umi keike. 
In'faiit-ile, adj. Ano keiki kolo. 
Jn'fant-ry, n. Poe koa hele wawae; koa 

kani wawae. 
In-fat'u-at'ed, adj. Punilea. 




In-fat'u-ā/tIon, n. Ka punilea i kekahi 


In-fec'tion, n. 1. Ka lele ana o ka mai. 
2. Mai lele. 

In-fee'tioiis, adj. Lele. Infectious dis- 

„ ease, mai lele. 

In'fe-lic'i-ty, n. Oluolu ole. Syn. un- 

In-fer', v. E ohi i ka manao. 

In'fer-ence, n. He manao ohi, 

In-fe'ri-dr, adj. Haahaaiho; emi iho. 

In-fe'ri-or'i-ty, n. Ka haahaa iho ; ka 
emi iho. 

In-fer'nal, adj. No Gehena. Infernal 
regions, Gehena. 

In-fest', v. E paapuu ino mai. 

In'fi-del, n. He aia' ; hoonialoka. Syn. 

w atheist. 

In'fi-dePi-ty, n. Hoomaloka; hooma- 

v 2. Kolohe me hai o ka poe mare. 

In'fi-nifce, adj. Palena ole; %ohekuiau, 
aohe welau. 

In-fin'i-ty, n. Ke akea palena ole; ke 
ao palena ole. 

In-firm', adj. Nawaliwali ; palupalu; 

In-firm'a-ry, n. He hale mai. Syn. 

In-firm'i-ty, n. He nawaliwali ; kumu 

In-flame', v. 1. E hoowela; ho-a'.~ In- 
flame the passions, e ho-a' i na kuko. 
2. E pehu. Syn. swell. 

In-flam'a-We, adj. Pau wale i ke ahi. 

w Syn. combustible. 

In'flam-ma'tion, n. He pehu; hewela 
ma ke kino. 

Tn-flate', v. 1. E hoopiha i ka makani. 
2. Inflated with pride, piha i ka haaheo. 

In-fleet', v. E kalele leo. 

In-ftee'tion, n. Ke kalele ana i ka leo. 

In-flex'i-ble, adj. Peluole; kupaa, Syn. 

In-fli«t', v. E kau aku. Syn. impose. 
Inflict punishment, e kau i ka hoopai. 

In-flic'tion, n. 1. Hoopai. Syn. punish- 

w 2. Ke kau ana i ka hoopai. 

In'fhi-ence, n. Mana hoohuli manao; 

v mana kol manao. 

In'fln-ence, v. E kaohiika manao; e 

„ hoohuli i ka manao. 

In 'ftu-en'tial, adj. Koikoi; ikaikama 

v ka hoohuli manao; hilinai nui ia. 

In'flu-en'za, n. He wela, a anu; he ku- 

v mi, a nalulu. 

In'flnx, n. 1. Ke kahe ana iloko. 
2. Ke komo ana mai. Influx of stran- 
gers, ke komo ana mai o na malihini. 

In- form', v. 1. E hai. Syn. tell. 

2. E imi; e hoomaopopo. Syn. ac- 

3. A well informed man, he kanaka i 
makaukau ma kela me keia ike. 

In-form'al, adj. 1. Hookiekie ole; lau- 
na oluolu. 
2. Kupono ole i na rula. 

In'for-mal'i-ty, n. Ke ku like ole me 
na rula. 

In-form'ant) 1. Mea nana e hai. 

In-form'er j ' 2. He kiu. Syn. spy. 

In'for-ma'tion, n. 1. Ike. Syn. knowl- 
edge. General information, ike akea. 
2. Nu hou. Syn. news. 

In-frae'tion, n. Ka haki ana. Infrac- 
tion of the law, ka haki ana o ke kaha- 

In-fre'quent, adj. Kakaikahi. Syn. 

In-frmg-e', v. 1. E haki. Infringe on 
the contract, e haki i ka olelo ae-like. 
2. E komo hewa. Syn. trespass. In- 
fringe on the rights of others, e komo he- 
wa ma na pono a hai. 

In-fring:e'ment, n. 1. Ka haki ana. 
2. Ke komo hewa ana. 

In-fuse', v. 1. E hoo-u'. Syn. steep. 
2. E hookomo. Syn, instill. Infuse 
hope, e hookomo i ka manaolana. 

In-fu'sion, n. 1. He wai i hoo-u ia me 
kekahi mea. 
2. Ka hookomo ana. Syn. instilling. 

In-gren'i-ous, adj. Noeau; akamai. Syn. 

In'gre-nu'i-ty, n. Loea; hailea; aka- 
mai. Syn. skill. 

In-gren'u-ous, adj. Oiaio. Syn. truth- 
ful; frank. 

In-glo'ri-oiis, adj. Haahaa; hanohano 

v ole- t hilahila. Syn. ignominious. 

In/go-ing, adj. Ke komo ana iloko. 

In'got, n. Auka' metala. An ingot of 

w gold,. he auka gula. 

In'grate, n. Mea aloha ole; mea loko- 

In-grat'i-tude, n. He lokoino. 

In-gre'di-ent, n. Kekahi mea o ke 

v kino hui. 

In'gress, n. 1. Kahi e komo ai. Syn. 
2. Ke komo ana. 

In-gulf, v. E palemo. Syn. overhelm. 

In-hab'it, v. E noho. Syn. live. 

In-hab'it-ant, n. Kamaaina. 

In'ha-la/tion, n. 1. Ka hanu ana; ka 
upa^ ana o ke ake mama. 

In-hale, v. E hanu; e omo i ke ea. 

_ Syn. breathe. 

In'har-mo'ni-oiis, adj. 1. Lokahiole. 
Syn. discordant. 
2. Kani like ole. 

In-he'rent, adj. Mau maloko. Syn. 
innate; inborn. 
2. Hanau pu ia. 

In-her'it, v. E loaa ma ka hooilina. 

In-her'it-anve, n. Waiwai hooilina. 

In-her'It-or, n. He hooilina. 

In-hib'it, n. E pa'pa'. Syn. prohibit. 

In-hos'pi-ta-ble, adj. Kipaole; kee~ 

In-hu'man, adj. Lokoino; mainoino. 

^ Syn. cruel. 

In'hu-man'i-ty, n. Ano mainoino. Syn. 




In-īm'i-€al, adj. Ku-e ; ; mihimihi. Syn. 

hostile; opposed to. 
In-Im'it-a-ble, adj. Aole o kona like; 

lua ole ; pookela. 
In-iq-ui-tous, adj. Hewa. Syn. wicked; 

In-iq'ui-ty, n. Hewa; ino. Syn. 

wickedness; crime. 
In-i/tial, n. 1. Hua mua. 

2. Ka mua. Initial letter, ka hua pala- 

pala mua o ka huaolelo. 
In-I'ti-ate, v. 1. E ao ma na kumu 


2. E hookumu. Syn. "begin. 
In-i'ti-a'tion, n. 1. Ka ao mua ana. 

2. Ke komo mua ana. 

3. Ka hookumu ana. Syn. beginning. 
In-i'ti-a-tlve (ish'i), adj. or n. Hoo- 
kumu. To take the initiative, e hookumu. 

In-ject', v. E hahano; e pakelo 
In-jee'tion, n. He pakelo. 
Jn'ju-di'cious, adj. Noonoo pono ole 

ia. Syn". unwise; indiscreet. 
In-june'tion, n. Kauoha; olelo pa'pa'; 
„ Syn. command. 
In/jure, v. E hooeha; hoopoino. 
In-ju'ri-otis, adj. Poino; ehaehajmea 
v e eha ai. Syn. hurtful. 
In'ju-ry, n. He poino; he eha. 
In-j tks'tice, n. He hana paewaewa. 
Ink, n. Inika. 

Inkling, n. He wahi ike iki. 
Ink'stand, n. Ipu inika. 
In'land, adj. Maloko o ka aina; iuka 
in'let, n. 1. He kowa'. 

2. He muliwai e kahe ana iloko o ka 
v lokq. 

In'mate, n. He ohua hale. 
inn, n. Hale hookipa. 
In-nate', Syn. inherent. 
In'ner-most, adj. Maloko loa. 
In'no-cence, ) Hala ole; maemae o 
In'no-cen-cy, ) * ka naau. 
In'no-cent, adj. 1. Hewa ole; hala ole- 

2. Makamae. An innocent child, he 

keiki makamae. 
In-nde'u-ous, adj. Ehaeha ole; poino 
w ole. Syn. harmless. 
In'no-va'tion, n. 1. Ke ano hou i ku-e 

i ke ano kahiko. 
v 2. Ka hoala ana i ka mea hou. 
In'no-va'tor, n. Ka mea e hoala ana i 
^ na mea hou. 
In'nu-en'do, n. Olelo kapilipili. Syn. 

In-nu'mer-a-ble, adj. Manomano; ki- 
w nikini ; lehulehu. 

In'nu-tri'eioiis, adj. Pono ole ke ai. 
In-oc'u-late, v. E o palaheehee no ke- 
„ kahi mai. 

In'of-fen'sive, adj. Hewa ole; noho 
„ pono. 
In'of-fi'cial, adj. Aole mammli o ke 

kauoha. Syn. unofficial. 
In-dp'por-tune', adj. Ku ole i ka ma- 

nawa. Syn. unseasonable. 

In-6r'di-nate, adj. Oi i ka mea ku" 

pono; kela i ka mea kupono. Syn* 
v immoderate. 

In'or-gan'ie, adj. Nele i ke kino ola. 
In'quest, n. He nieniele mamuli o ke 

In-quire', v. 1. E imi. Syn. seek after. 

2. E ninau. Syn. ask. 
In-quir'er f n. Mea imi. Syn. searcher; 
_ seeker. 
In'qni-ry p n, I. He ninau. Syn. 


2. Ka. imi ana. Syn. search. 
In-quis'i-tive, adj. 1. Nieniele wale. 

2. Lilo loa i ka imi ; ano kiu. 
In-quis'i-tive-ness, n. Ke ano nieni- 
„ ele wale; ano kiu. 

In'road, n. Ke komo ino ana; komo 
v nui ana. Syn. encroachment. 
In'sa-lu/bri-ty, n. Ano omaimai o ke 

kau o ka aina. Syn. unhealthiness. 
In- sane', adj. Pupule. Syn. crazy; de* 

In-san'i-ty, n. Pupule. 
In-sa'ti-a-ble, adj. 1. Lawa ole. 

2. Maona ole. 
In-serlbe', v. 1. E kakau. 

2. E kaha. 
In-serip'tion, n. Na hua i kakauia. 
In-seru'ta-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoo- 
w maopopoia. Syn. unsearchable. 
In'seet, n. Mea kolo liilii. 
In'see-tlv'o-rous, adj. Ai i na mea 
v kolo. 

I'n-se-eure', adj. Paa ole; malu ole; 
„ kaulei. 

In'se-eure'ly, adv. Me ka paa ole ; paa 
w hemahema. 
In'se-eur'i-ty, n. Ka malu ole; ka paa 

In-sen'sate, adj. Nele i ka ike; naaupo. 
In-sen'si-ble, adj. 1. Maule; ike ole. 

2. Hoomaloka; maliu ole. 
In-sen'si-bly, adj. Noii; ma ka liilii. 

Syn. little by little. 
In-sep'a-ra-ble, adj. Pili paa loa. 
In-sep'a-ra-bly, adv. Pili paa. 
In-sert/, v. E hookomo. 
In-ser'tion, n, 1. Ka hookomo ana, 

2. He ano lole lihilihi. 
In-side', adv. Iloko. n. Ko loko.. 
In-sid-i-ous, adj. 1. Maalea. Syn. 


2. Loohia mai me ka ike ole ia. 
In'sight, n. Ka ike maopopo o ka naau. 
In-sig'ni-a, n. pi. Na hoailoua. Insig- 
nia of rank, na hoailona o ke kulana. 
n'sig-nif'i-^ant, adj. Eleku; eeleku; 

mea waiwai ole. Syn. unimportant; 

In'sin-cere', adj. Hookamani; oiaio 
„ ole. Syn. false. 
In'sin-cer'i-ty, n. He hookamani ; he 

oiaio ole. 
In- sin' u- ate, v. E kapilipili ino; e ku- 

hikuhi ino. 
In-sin'u-a'tion, n, Olelo kuhi wale. 



In-sip'id, adj. Hukahukai; muka; 

anea; onoole. 
In-sist', v. E koi ikaika. 
In- snare', v. E hoohalua; hoopahele. 
In'so-lent, adj. Mahaoi; pakike'. 
In-sdl'u-ble, adj. Hui ole me ka wai. 
In-s6Pven-cy, n. Ke komohia ana i ka 

aie. Syn. bankruptcy. 
In-s61'vent, adj. Komoliia iloko o ka 

In-som'ni-a, n. Ke ano hiaa; hiki ole 
^kehiamoe. Syn. sleeplessness. 
In 'so-much/, adv. No ia hoi; nolaila 

In-spē€t/, v. E nana hooponopono. 

Syn. examine. 
In-spee'tion, n. Ka nana hooponopono. 
In-speet'or, n. Luna nana hooponopo - 


2. Inspector General of schools, Kahu 
„ Kula Nui. 
In'spi-ra'tion, n, 1. Ka hanu ana; 

omo ana i ke ea. 

2. Noonoo mai a Ke Akua mai. 
In -spire', v. 1. E hooeueu; hoolale- 

v 2. Aoia e ka Uhane Hemolele. 
In'sta-bil'i-ty, n. Ke ano loli walei 

ano muhee. 
In-stalF, v. 1. E hookomo ma ka oi- 


2. E hoolaa no ka oihana. 

3. E waiho ma kahi i hoomakaukauia. 
In-stall'ment, n. 1. He mahele. Syn. 


2. Loaa hou. A fresh installment of 
goods, ka loaa hou ana mai o na waiwai. 

3. On the instalment plan, ma ke ano 
^ hookaa hapa. 

Instance, n. He mea hoohalike; i 

v nane. 

In'stance, v. E nane ; e laa. 

In'stant, n. He sekona; manawa poko- 

v le loa. 

In'stant, adi. Koke. Instant obedience, 

w hoolohe koke. 

In'stan-ta'ne-ous, adj. Manama ole; 

emo ole ; kuhewa. 
In-stan'ter, adv. A no. Syn. immedi- 
v ately. 
In'stant-ly, adv. Emo ole; manawa 

In-stead', adv. Ma kahi. John instead 
w of James, o Keoni ma kahi o Kimo. 
In'step, n. Ka paipai wawae. 
In'sti-gate, v. E hookonokono; e pai- 
_ pai. Syn. urge. 
In'sti-ga'tor, n. Mea hookonokono; 

mea paipai. 
In-still/, v. Ē hookomo. Syn. infuse. 
In'stinct, n. Noonoo ulu wale. 
In-stlnct'ive-ly, adv. 1. Mamuli o ka 

noonoo ulu wale. 
„ 2. Me ka manao ole e mamua. 
In'sti-tute, v. E hookumu; e hooma- 

ka. Syn. begin. 

Xn'sti-tnte, t Mea i hookumuia. 

In'sti-tu'tion,) "" Institution of learn- 
ing, he kula o ka naauao. Syn. estab- 

In-struetf, v. E ao; e hoonaauao. Syn. 

In-strnc'tion, n. 1. Ka naauao. 
2. Ka hoonaauao ana. 

In-striict'ive, adj. Naauao; waiwai 
no ka naau ; koikoi. 

In-strucfor, n. Kumu ao. Syn. teacher. 

In-struct'ress, n. Kumu wahine. 

In'stru-ment, n. 1. Mea hana hoo- 
paa lima. 
2. Instrument of music, mea hookani. 

w 3. He agena. Syn. agent. 

In'stru-ment'al, adj; l. Pili i na mea 
kani. Instrumental music, ka leo o na 
mea kani. 

2. Mamuli o. He was instrumental of 
much good, nui ka pono i loaa mai ma- 
muli ona; or, oiake kumu o na pono 

w he nui. Syn. the means of. 

In'sub-dr'di-nate, adj. 1. Hoolohe 
2. Hoohaunaele; ano kipi. Syn. re- 

„ bellious. 

In'sub-or'di-na/tion, n. Ke ano hoo- 
kuli; ano kipi; ano hoohaunaele. 

In-suffer-a-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole ke 

2. Launa ole. Insufferable pain, eha 
launa ole. 

In-siiF fer-a-bly, adv. Launa ole. In- 
sufferably painful, eha launa ole. In- 

„ sufferably stupid, naaupo launa ole. 

In's &f-fi'cien-9y, n. Ka lawa pono 

s, ole; nele. 

In'suf-fi'cient, adj. Lawa pono ole. 

In' su-lar7 adj. Hoopuniia i ka wai. 

In'su-lat'ed, p. p. Waiho kaawale ia; 

„ ku kaawale. 

In-sftlt', v. E hanawale; e hookoko- 
noi' e. 

In-sftlt'ingr> adj. Hanawale. 

In-su/per-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoo- 

1>auia. An insuperable objection, he pi- 
ikia i hiki ole ke hoopauia. Syn. in- 

w surmountable. 

In'siip-porfa-ble, adj. Syn. insuf- 

In-sur'ance, n. Ka panai dala. Life 
insurance, panai ola. 

In-sure', v. E panai dala. 

In-sur'£ent, adj. Kipi. 

In'sur-re«'tion, n. He kipi aupuni. 
Syn. rebellion. 

In-tan'gi-ble, adj. Maopopo ole i ka 

~ ike. 

In'te-ger, n. Mea okoa; helu okoa. 

In-teg'ri-ty, n. Ano hoopono ; ano oi- 
aio. Syn. honesty; truthfulness. 

In-tegr'u-naent, n. Hi. Syn. skin. 

In'tel-le«t, n. Ka noonoo; ka uhane. 

w Syn. mind.£ soul. 

In'tel-lect'u-al, adj. Noonoo; naauao. 
An intellectual countenance, he helehe- 
lena noonoo. 


In-tel'Ii-gent, adj. 1. Noonoo; naau- 

ao ; ike. 

2. Aoia. An intelligent animal, lie ho- 

loholona i aoia; lie holoholona ike. 
In-tel'li-gent'ly, adv. Me ka noonoo; 

In-tel'li-gi-ble, adj. Maopopo; akaka. 

Syn. plain. 
In-tel'li-gi-bly, adv. Me ka moakaka; 

me ka maopopo. 
In'tem'per-ance, n. 1. Kaona. Syn. 


2. Uhauha; pakiko ole. 
In-tem'per-ate, adj. Ona; pakela inn 


2. Uhauha. 

3. Huhu; noonoo oleia. Syn. hasty. 
Intemperate words, na hua olelo i noo- 
noo ole ia. 

In- tend', v. E manao, Syn. purpose. 

In-tend'ed, n. Mea i hoopalauia. Syn. 

In-tense', adj. Nui loa. Intense heat, 
wela nui loa. 

In-tense'ly, adv. Ikaika loa; nui loa. 
To suffer intensely^ e ehaeha nui loa. 

In-ten'si-fy, v. E hoomahuahua mai. 
Intensify the evil, e hoomahuahua mai i 
ka ino. 

In- tent', adj. Lilo loa; hoomaihaiha. In- 
tent upon learning, lilo loa i ka imi na- 

In- tent, } Manao; manao e ma- 

In-ten'tion, ) ' mua. 

In-ten'tion-al-ly, adv. Me ka manao 
e mamua. Syn. purposely. 

In-tent'ly, adv. Me ka lilo loa o ka ma- 
nao; me ka paa o ka manao. Syn. 
2. Listen intently, e hoolohe pono. 

In-ter', v. E kanu. 

In'ter-eede', v. E uwao. 

In'ter-cept', v. E hopu; e kaili e. 

In'ter-ces'sor, n. Mea uwao. Syn. 

v mediator. 

In 'ter -change', v. E panai like; e ha- 

„ awi aku e haawi mai. 

In'ter-change'a-ble, adj. Kupono ke 
panai ia. 

In'ter-eom-mun'i-ea'tion, n. Ka la- 

^ una aku launa mai. 

In'ter-eourse, n. Ka launa ana. 

In'ter-diet', v. E pa'pa' aku. Syn. 

„ forbid. 

In'ter-est, n. 1. Uku kuala; uku pa- 
2. Ka lilo o ka manao. 

^3. Kuleana. Syn. claim. 

In'ter-est, v. 1. E hooala i ka manao. 

„ 2. E kokua. Syn. assist. 

In'ter-est-ed, adj. Komo kuleana. An 
interested party, he poe i komo kuleana 

w ma kekahi hihia. 

In'ter-est-ing, adj. Syn. pleasing. 

In'ter-fere', v. 1. E komo kuleana ole. 
Syn. intermeddle. 

2. E komo mawaena. Interfere to pre- 
vent a quarrel, e komo mawaena i ole ai 

„ e hakaka'. 

In'ter-fer'ence? n. Ke komo ana ku- 

_ leana ole. 

In'ter-jee'tion, n. He huaolelo hoopu- 

„ iwa; noomaka'u, etc. 

In'ter-xm, v. Kowa manawa. Syn. 
mean time. 

In-te'ri-or, n. 1. Ko loko. Interior of 
the earth, ko loko o ka honua. Syn in- 

2. Iloko. Interior of the country, iloko 
o ka aina. 

3. Kuloko. Interior affairs, na oihana 

4. Minister of the Interior, Kuhina Ka- 
_ lai Aina. 

In'ter-lace', v. E ulana; owili pu. 

In'ter-line', v. E kakau mawaena o na 

v lalani i kakauia. 

In'ter-lin'e-a'tion, n. Ke kakau ana 

_ mawaena. 

In'ter-lude, n. 1. He hookani pila po- 
kole mawaena o na pauku o ke mele. 

„ 2. He keaka iki. 

In'ter-lop'er, n. Mea komo wale ma 

_ ko hai pono. Syn. intruder. 

In'ter-mar'riage, n. Ka mare ana ma- 

„ waena o kekahi mau ohana. 

In'ter-med'dle, v. Syn. interfere. 

In'ter-med'dler, n. Mea hookeakea 

_ wale i kohai pono. 

In-ter-me'di-ate, adj. Moe ana ma- 

In-ter'ment, n. Ke kanu ana. Syn. 

In-ter'mi-na-ble, adj. Hopena ole. 

w Syn. without end. 

In'ter-mm'gle, v. 1. E launa pu. 
Syn. asociate. 

w 2. E kawili pu; e huipu. 

In'ter-mis'sion, n. Wa hoomaha; wa 

^ kaawale. 

In'ter-mit'tent, adj. Kaulele. 

In-ter'nal, adj. Kuloko; iloko. 

In'ter-na'tion-al, adj. Mawaena o na 

_ aupuni. 

In-ter'po-la'tion, n. He olelo i hoo- 

„ komo hewa ia. 

In'ter-pose', v. Syn. interfere. 
2. E waiho mai. Interpose obstacles, e 
waiho mai i mau kumu keakea. 

In-tēi*'pret, v. 1. E niahele olelo. 
2. E hoike ano. 

In-ter'pret-er, n. He mahele olelo; 

_ mea wehewehe ano. 

In'ter-reg'nnm, n. Ka manawa i wai- 
ho kaawale_ia o ka noho alii. 

In-ter'ro-gate, v. E ninaninau. Syn. 

In-ter'ro-ga'tion, n. Ninau. Inter - 
rogation point, kiko ninau. Syn. ques- 

_ tion. 

In'ter-rog'a-tive, adj. Ninau. Inter- 
rogative pronoun, paniinoa ninau. 




In'ter-rupt', v. 1. E keakea. Inter- 
rupt conversation, e hookeakea i ke ka- 


2. E hoopilikia wale. Interrupt the 
v work, e hoopilikia i ka hana. 
In'ter-rup'tion, n. Ke keakea ana; ka 
w hoopilikia wale. 

In'ter-seet', v. E oki kekahi i kekahi. 
In'ter-see'tion, n. Ka oki like ana- 
v Point of intersection, kiko oki. 
In'ter-sperse', v. 1. E hoohelelei i-o 7 


2. E hookau liilii; e hookomo liilii io' 
„ ianei. 

In'ter-stice, w. Kowa kaawale mawa- 
„ ena. Syn. empty space between. 
In'ter-twine', v. E owili pu; e hili. 
in'ter-val, n. He wa; kowa manawa. 
Īn'ter-Tēne', v. 1. [E komomawaena; 

Syn. interfere. 

2. E hala mawaena, Syn. come be- 
„ tween. 
In'ter-ven'tion, %. 1. Ke konio ana 

mawaena. Syn. interposition. 
„2. E komo aku ma ke ano kokua. 
In'ter-view, v. E halawai pu. 
In-tes'tate, adj. Kauoha ole. Died 

intestate, ua make kauoha ole. 
In-tes'tine, adj. Knloko. Intestine 

difficulties, na pilikia kuloko. Syn, in- 
ternal; domestic. 
In-tes'tines, n. Na naau liilii. 
In'ti-ma-cy, n. Ka launa loa ana. 
In'ti-inate, v. E kuhikuhi. Syn. point 
w out. 

In'ti-mate, adj. Launa loa. 
In'ti-mate-ly, adv. Pono loa. Inti- 
mately acquainted, ike pono loa. 

2. Launa nui. Intimately acquainted 
^ with one, launa nui me kekahi. 
In'ti-ma'tion, n. Ke kuhikuhi ana.; 

ka hai anaj hoakaka ana. 
In-tim'i-date, v. E hoomaka'u; hoo- 

puiwa. Syn. frighten; cause to fear. 
In-tim'i-da'tion, n. Ka hoopuiwa ana. 
In'to, prep. Iloko. 
In-tdl'er-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoo- 

manawanui ia. Syn. insufferable. 
In-tol'er-ant, adj. Ae ole i ka manao 
^ o hai. 

la'to-na'tion, n. Ke kani ana o ka leo. 
In -tone', v. E kauo leo. 
In-tox'i-eate, v. E hoolilo i ona. Syn. 

to make drunk. 
In-tox'i-ea'tion, n. Ka ona. Syn. 

In~trā€t'a-ble 3 adj. Nunuha; hoolohe 

ole; paakiki. Syn. obstinate; unruly. 
In-trench'ment, n. 1. Pa kaua. Syn. 

field works. . 

2. Ke komo hewa ana ma ka pono o 

In-trep'id, adj. Aa; maka'u ole; wiwo 
^ ole. Syn. bold; fearless. 
in'tre-pid'i-ty, n. Ke anokoa; maka'u 

ole. Syn. valor; courage. 

In'tri-«ate, adj. Pohihihi; lauwili. 

In-trigue' (in-treeg), n. Hana hoo- 

In-trigu'er, n. Kanaka hana maalea. 

In-trin'si€, adj. I'-o; maoli. Intrinsic 
worth, waiwai maoli. Intrinsic good- 

„ ness, pono i-o. Syn. real ; genuine. 

In'tro-duce', v. 1. E hookomo. In- 
troduce a" hill, e hookomo i bila kana- 
wai. Syn. bring in. 

„ 2. E hoike. Syn. acquaint. 

In'tro-due'er, n. Ka mea nana e hoo- 

„ komo; mea nana e hoikeike. 

In'tro-dft«'tion, n. 1. Ka hookomo 
2. Olelo mua. 

„ 3. Hoike malihini. 

In'tro-spē€'tion, n. Ka hull ana e 
nana iloko. 

In-trude', v. E komo hewa; e komo 
wale'me ka ae ole ia. 

In-tru'sion, n. Ke komo hewa ana. 

In-trji'sive, adj. E mahaoi i ke komo- 

In-trust', v. E waiho. To intrust pro- 
perty to the care of any one, e waiho i ka 

_ waiwai ma ka lima o kekahi. 

In'tu-i/tion, n. Ka ike wale; kaikel 
noqnoo ole ia e mamua. 

In-tu'i-tive, adv. I noonoo ole ia. In- 
tuitive perception, ka ike i noonoo ole ia 
mamua; ka ike iloko iho, aole no 
waho mai. 

In-iin'date, v. E halana; e manini. 

In- ure', v. E hoomaamaa. 

In-Tade', v. E komo hewa; e komo ka- 

Iii-vad'er, n. Mea komo hewa; mea 

v komo kaua. 

In'va-lid, n. Mea nawaHwali; mea 

In-val'id, adj. Mana ole; waiwai ole. 

In-val'u-a-ble, adj. Makamae. 

In-va'ri-a-ble, adj. Loli ole ; man. 

In-va'ri-a-bly, adj. Invariably so, pela 

In-va'sion, n. Ke komo ino ana; ke 
komo~kaua ana. 

In-vec'tive, v. Olelo hooino. 

In-veigh' (in-vay'), v. E olelo hooino. 

In-vei'gle (in-ve'gl), v. E hoohalua; 
hoowalewale. Syn. entice. 

In-vent', v. 1. E loaa mamuli o ka 
noonoo ana. 
2. E noonoo a hana. 

In-ven'tion, n. He hana hou. He mea 
i hanaia mamuli o ka noonoo. 

In-vent'ive, adj. Imi mea hou; poo- 

In-vent'or, n. Kanaka poonoo. 

In'ven-to'ry, n. Papa helu waiwai. 

In-verse'ly, adv. Ma ka hoololi ana. 

In- vert', v. E hoololi; hookahuli. 

In-vēst% v. 1. E hoomoe dala. 

2. E hoopuni. Syn. surround. 

3. E kahiko. Syn. clothe. 
In-ves'ti-gate, v. I. E imi a maopopo. 

2. E ninaninau. 



In-vēs'ti-gā'tion, n. Ka imi hooma- 

Im-ves'ti-ga'tor, n. Mea imi a loaa i 

ka oiaio. 
Izi-vest'ment, v. Ka hoomoe dala. 

2. Ka hoopuni ana. 

3. Ka hookahiko ana. Syn. clothing. 
In-vet'er-ate, adj. 1. Maa loa. Syn. 

confirmed. Inveterate habit, nana maa 


2. Man. Syn. long established. In- 
veterate enemy, he enemi mau. 
In-vid'i-oiis, adj. E kono ana i ka lili. 
In-vig'o-rate, v. E hooikaika. Syn. 


2. E hooeueu; hoolalelale. 
Xn-vin'ei-ble, adj. Pio ole. Syn. un- 
In-vl'o-la-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole ke ha- 


2. Kupaa. Inviolable truth, oiaio ku- 

In-vi'o-late, adj. Kina' ole; makamae. 
Xn-vis'i-ble, adj. Ike maka ole ia. 
In'vi-ta'tion, n. Ke kono ana; ke kau- 

oha aria. Invitation to a feast, he kau- 

oha no ka ahaaina. 
In-vite,'D. E kono; ekauoha. 
In-vif ing, adj. Aulii; mikioi; eleu. 
fn' voice , n. 1. Bila kumu lilo no kela 

me keia waiwai. 

2. Bila waiwai. 
In-voke', v. E pule. Syn. supplicate. 
In-vol/un-ta'ri-ly, adv. Wale; me ke 

kokuaole o ka makemake. 
Invol'un-ta'ry, adj. Wale. Involun- 
„ tary acts, na hana i'hana wale ia. 
In'vo-lu'tion, n. Ka hoonui mana. 
In-vdlve', v. 1. Komohia; owili pu. 
War involves misery, komo hia ka popi- 

likia m e ke kaua. 

2. Hihia; maopopo ole. Raise to a 

power, e imi i na mana o na kuanite. 
In-vul'ner-a-Me, v. Hiki ole ke hooe- 
_ haia. 

In'ward, adj. Oloko. Adv. iloko. 
Xn' wards, n. Na haau liilii. Syn. in- 
_ testines. 

I-o'ta, n. Lihi iki. Syn. jot; tittle. 
I-ras'ci-ble, adj. Huhu wale. Syn. ir- 
_ ritable. 
Ire, n. Huhu; inaina. Syn. wrath; an- 

Ir'i-des'cent, adj. E like me ka wai- 

w anuenue. 

Irk'some, adj. Luhi. 

I'ron (1'urn), w Hao. 

I'ron-clad, n. He moku manuwa hao. 

I-ron'i-eal, adj. Henehene; loiloi. 

I'ron-mong'er, n. Kanaka kuai mea 

_ hao. 

I'ron-y, n. Olelo henehene. 

Ir-rā'di-āte, v. E hoomalamalama. 

Ir-ra'tion-al, adj. Ku ole i ka noonoo. 

Syn. unreasonable. 
Jr're-elaim'a-ble, adj. 1. Lilo loa. 

2. Loaa ole hou. 

3. Hiki ole ke hoihoiia ka poho'. 

Ir-rec'on-cil'a-bJe, adj. 1. Hiki ole 
ke hoolaulea ia. Syn. implacable. 
2. Hiki ole ke hookulike ia. Syn. in- 

„ compatible. 

Ir're-cov'er-a-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole 
ke loaa hou; lilo loa. 
2. Ola ole. Irrecoverable disease, mai 
ola ole. 

Ir-refra-ga-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoole 
ia; hiki ole ke pani ia. Syn. unanswer- 

Ir-reg'u-lar, adj. 1. Pololei ole. 

2. Kupono ole. Irregular habits, na 
hana kupono ole. 

3. Ano e; like ole me ka mea mau. 
Ir-reg'uL-lar'i-ty, n. 1. Ka mea ma- 

waho ae o ka mea mau. 

2. Ka mea kupono ole. 
Ir-reFe-vant, adj. Pili ole. Syn. not 
v applicable. 

Ir're-li'gious, adj. Hoomaloka; aia'. 
Ir-rep-a-ra-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole ke 


2. Hiki ole ke hana hou ia. 
„ 3. Poho loa. 
Ir're-pres'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke nrai 

Ir're-proach'a-ble, adj. Kina' ole; 

^ hewa ole. 

Ir're-sist'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke pale 

Ir-res'o-lnte, adj. Lauwili; kapekepe- 
ke. ~ 

Ir-res'o-lu'tion, n. Ke kapekepeke o 

^ ka manao. 

Ir're-speet'ive, adj. Manao ole aku. 
Syn. regardless. Irrespective of conse- 
quences, me ka manao ole aku i ka ho- 

^ pena. 

Ir' re-spon'si-ble, adj. Ku ole i ka ho- 

^ okolokoloia. 

Ir're-triev'able, adj. Syn. irreclaim- 

Ir-rev'er-ence, n. Ka hoowahawaha i 

^ na mea laa; noohenehene. 

Ir're-\ ers'i-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoo- 

_, loli; paa. 

Ir'rev'o-ea-ble, adj. Syn. irreversible. 

Ir'ri-gate, v. E ka wai; e hookahe wai. 

^ Syn. water. 

Ir'ri-ga'tion, n. Ka hookahe ana i ka 
wai. Syn. watering. 

ir'ri-ta-ble, adj. Ukiuki wale. Syn. 

^ cross. 

Ir'ri-tate, v. 1. E hoonaukiuki. Syn. 
2. E hoopehu. Irritate a wound, e hoo- 

v pehu i ka eha. 

Ir'ri-ta'tion, v. 1. Ukiuki, 
2. Ka hoopehu ana. 

Ir-r&p'tion, n. He komo ino. Syn. 

_ invasion ; inroad. 

Is/lam.- ism, n. Hoornana Mahometa. 

_ Syn. Mahometanism. 

Island (i-land), n. Mokupuni. 

is'-fet'd-iet),! »• MoknpnnllllUL 



Is'o-late, v. E hookaawale; e hoonoho 
^ mehameha. 

Is'o-la'tion, n. Ke ano mehameha; ano 
_ ueoneo. 

ī-sos'ce-lēs, adj. Elua aoao like. Isos- 
_ celes triangle, huina-kolu aoao-lua like. 
I'so-ther'mal, adj. Wela like. 
fs/ra-el-ite, n. He mamo na Iseraela. 
Is'sue, v. E puka mai. 
is'sue, n. 1. Na keiki ponoi; na ma- 
v 2. Ka hopena. Syn. result. 
Istb/mus, n. Aina puali. 

It, pron. la; ia mea. 

I-tal'ian, adj. No Italia. ) 

i-tal'i-clse, v. E pai hua Italia. 

Itch, n. Kakio; meau. 

itch' v. E maxieo. 

I'tem, n. Itamu; huna olelo. 

I-tin'er-ant, n. Kanaka helewale; he 

kuewa. Syn. journeyman. 
It-self , pron. Iameano. For itself* no" 

na iho. 
I'vo-ry» n. Nihopalaoa. 

Jab'ber, v. E walaau wale; e namu- 
Jaek'ass, n. Kekake kane. 
Jaek'boots, n. Kamaa bute loihi. 
Jaekget, n. He pili lakeke. 
Jaek'knife, n. Pahi pelu. 
Jaek'o'lan'tern, n. Ahi koli. 
Jaek'plane, n. Koi kahi pokole. 
Jā«k's«rew, n. He wili nui, mea ha- 

Jag'ged, adj. Kumumu. 
Jail, n. Hale paahao. Syn. prison 
Jail'bird, n. He paahao. 
JaiFer, n. Luna hale paahao. 
Jam, n. 1. He hua ai maka i baila pu 

ia me ke ko. 

2. Ke kupiliki ana. 
Jam, v. 1. E hoopepe. 

2. E kupiliki. 
Jamb, m, Kikihi; lapaiiila. 
Jan'gle, ^. He walaau uluaoa. 
Jan'i-tor, n. He kiai puka. 
Jan'u-a-ry, n. Januari. 
Jar, n. He ipu pohaku; ipu lepo. 

2. Henaueue; hooluliluli. 

3. He mokuahana. Family jars, na 
mokuahana iwaena o ka ohana. 

Jar, v. 1. Ehoonaueue; e hooluliluli. 
2. E hookue'i kamanao. Syn. clash. 

Jar'gon, n. Walaau maopopo ole; na- 
munamu wale. 

Jaunt, n. He hele makaikai. Syn. ex- 

Jav'e-lin, n. Ihe au pokole. 

Jaw, w. Iwi a. 

Jaw, v. E nuku; e olelo huhu. 

Jeal'oiis, adj. Lili; kekeue. 

JeaPous-y, n, Hoohuoi ; lili ; huwa. 

Jeer, jy. E loiloi; e hoohenehene. 

Je-ho'vah, n. lehova; Ke Akua. 

Jel'ly, w. Ka wai o na hua ai i bailaia 
me ke ko paa. 

Jeop'ard-fze, v. E hoopilikia. Syn, 

hazard; imperil. 
Jeop'ard-y, n. Pilikia. 
Jerk, n. E huki ino. 
Jest, n. He hana hoomake aka; he oh> 

lo akaaka. 
Jet, n. 1. Pohaku eleele; hinuhinu. 

2. Ka puai ana. 
Jew, n. He Hebera. 
Jew'el, n. He momi. 
Jew'el~er, n. Mea hana a kuai i na 

Jew'el-ry» n. Na momi o kela me keia 

Jew'ess, n. Wahine Hebera. 
Jew'ish, adj. Hebera. 
Jews'harp, n. Ukeke. 
Jib, ».__ Pea ihu. 

Jib-boom', n. Ka laau o ka pea ihu. 
Jin'gle, v. 1. E nakeke; e kanikani. 

2. E hookani. 
J<5b, n. He pauku hana; he uku pan. 

Job work, hana ukupau. 
Joek'ey, n 1. Kanaka malama a kuai 


2. Kanaka kukini lio. 
Jo-eose', adj. Ku i ka aka, Syn. laugh- 
Joe'und, adj. Lealea. Syn. merry. 
Jog", v. 1. E hoo-ke'; e hookuekue. 

Syn. jostle. 

2. E maalo malie aku. 
Join, v. 1. E hui; e hoohui. 

2. E pakui ; e hookui. 
Join'er, n. He kamena'; mea hookui 

Joint, n. 1. Kahi i hookuiia. 

2. He pona. Joint of sugar cane, pona 

3. Ami. Joints of the body, na ami o ke 

Joint-in'ter-est, n. Kuleana like. 




Joint'stoefc, n. Waiwai pili like. 
Jtfint'ure, n. Waiwai i hoopaaia no ka 

wahine mare. 
Joist, n. Auka laau. 
Joke, n. Olelo akaaka. Syn. jest. 
Jolly, adj. Lealea. 
Jolt, n. E hooluliluli. 
Jos'tle, v. Syn. jolt. 
Jot down. E kakau iho. Syn. make a 

note of. 
Jour'nal, n. 1. Moolelo o na hana o 

ka la. 

2. Kahi i kaa ai na pokakaa. 

3. He nupepa- 

Jour'nal-ism, n. Oihana kakau nu- 

Jour'nal-ist, n. Mea hooponopono nu- 

Jour'nal-ize, n. 1. E kakau ma ka 
buke helu. 
2. E kakau nupepa. 

Jour'ney, n. Huakai hele la. 

Joar'ney-man, n. Kanaka hoolima- 
lima la. 

Jo'vi-al, adj. Syn. jolly. 

Joy, n. Hauoli; oli; olioli. 

Joy'ful, adj. Olioli; lealea; pihaika 

Joy'ful-ly , adv. Me ka hauoli. 

Joy'ful-ness, n. Ke ano hauoli. 

JoyMess, adj. Nele i ka hauoli; luuluu. 
Syn. cheerless. 

Joy'ous, adj. Syn. joyful. 

Ju'bi-lant, adj. Syn. joyful. 

Jfi'bi-lee, n. Iubile. 

Judge, n. 1. Lunakanawai. 

2. Luna nana. Judge of elections, luna 
nana koho balota. 

3. Mea akamai i ke koho. 
Judge, v. 1. E hookolokolo. 

2. E hooholo i ka pono. 
Judge'ment, n. 1. Ka olelo hooholo 
a ka lunakanawai. 

2. Noonoo ; poonoo. 

3. Day of judgement,, la hookolokolo. 
Ju-di'cial ,' adj. E pili i ka ahahooko- 

lokolo; piliika lunakanawai, a kana- 
wai pah a. Judicial opinion, manao o 
ka lunakanawai. 
Ju-di'ci-a-ry, n. Ka papa lunakana- 
wai. m 

Ju-di'cioiis, adj. Noonoo pono; kau- 

paonapono. Syn. prudent; discreet. 
Ju-di'cious-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo 

pono." Syn. wisely. 
Jug, n. Omole pohaku. 
Jug'gler, n. Kanaka kilokilo; kanaka 

hana akamai. 
J&g'gler-y, n. Na hana kilokilo. 
Ju/gu-lar, adj. No ka puu o ka a-i. 
Juice (jus), n. Ka wai o na hua ai. 
Ju-ly', n. Iulai. 
Jump, v. E lele. Jump up and down, 

e lelele; lelelele. 
Junction, n. Kahi i hui ai; ka huina. 

Railroad junction, huina o na alanui 

June, n. Iune, ka ono o na mahina. 
Jiin'gle, n. Waonahele. 
Jun'ior, adj. 1. Opio ae. 

2. Papa ekolu o ke kula nui. 
Ju/pi-ter, n. 1. Iupita, ke akua nui o 

ko Helen e poe mamua. 

2. Ka inoa o kekahi o na hoku hele. 
Ju'ris-dic'tion, n. Ka mana o ka aha- 

Ju'ris-pru'dence, n. Ka ike e pili ana 

i na kanawai. 
Ju'rist, n. Mea ike ma na kanawai; he 

loio naauao ma kana oihana. 

S!S£U.(«- Maokejnre. 

Ju'ry, n. He jure. 

Ju'ry-mast, n. Kia moku, ku i ka wa 

Just, adj. Kaulike; hoopono. 
Just, adv. Akahi no a. Just arrived, a 

kahi no a hiki mai. 
Jiist'ice, n. 1. Ke kaulike; ka hoopono. 

2. Lunakanawai. Chief Justice, Lu- 
nakanawai Kiekie. 

3. Police Justice, Lunakanawai Hoo- 

Jūs~ti-fī'a-ble, adj. Aponoia. 
Jus'ti-fi-ca/tion, n. Ka apono ana. 
Just'ti-fy, v. E apono; e hoapono. 
Just'ly, adv. Pono; me ka hoopono. 
Just'ness, n. Ka pono. The justness of 

his case, ka pono o kona aoao. 
Jot, v. E ohuku. Syn. project. 
Ju've-nile, n. He poe opio. Syn. youth. 
Ju've-nlle, adj. Opiopio. Syn. young. 






edge, n. He heleuma liilii. 

Keel, n. Iwikaele. 

Keen, adj. 1. Oi. Syn. sharp. 

2. Akamai ; noeau. A keen reply, he 

pane akamai. 
Keen'ly, adv. Me ka ehaeha nui. 
Keep, v. 1. Emalama. Syn. preserve. 

2. Keep on, e hoomau. Keep out of, e 

hookaaokoa. Keep still, e noho malie. 
Keep'er, n. Mea nana e malama; mea 

nana e kiai. Door keeper, he kiai puka. 
Keep'ing, a. Ka malama ana. 
Keep'sake, n. He pa'a lo'ha; paumau- 

Keg, n. Barela liilii. 
Ken, n. Ka nanaina o ka maka. 
Kēn-nel, n. Hale ilio. 
Ker'chief, n. Hainaka". 
Ker'nel, w. 1. Hua kurina ; hua palaoa. 

2. Kai-oonahuapaakiki. 

3. Ewai. Syn. lump in the flesh. 
Ket'tle, n. Ipu hao baila wai. Tea 

kettle, ipu ti. 
Ket'tle-drum» n. Pahu kani liilii ke- 

Key, n, 1. Ki puka. 

2. Papa kuhikuhi haina. 

3. Leo kumu o ka leo mele. 
Key'note, n. Leo hookumu mele. 
Key'stone, n. Ka pohaku iwaenakonu 

o ka pio ; pohaku hoopaa. 

Kick, v. E peku; e keehi. 

Kid, n. Kao keiki. 

Kid'nap, v. E kaili kanaka. 

Kid'nap-er, n. Mea kaili kanaka. 

Kid'ney, n. Ka nuupaa. 

Kill, v. E pepehi a make. Syn. slay; 

Kiln (kil), n. He imi. Lime kiln, imu 
hoomoa puna. 

Kiln'dry (kil'dry), v. E hoomaloo ma 
ka imu. 

Kin, n. Hoahanau; pilikoko. Syn. re- 

Kind, adj. Oluolu; lokomaikai. Syn. 

Kind, n. Ano. Syn. sort. 

Kin'dle, v. E a; hoo-a'; e kuni. 

Kmd'ly, adv. Me ka oluolu. 

Kind'ness, n. Ka lokomaikai; ka olu- 
olu. Syn. benevolence. 

Kin'dred, n. Poe hoahanau; poe pili 

King, n. Moi'. 

Kingdom, n. .Aupuni moi\ 

King'ly, adv. Ma ke ano moi'. 

King'post, n. He pou e koo ana i ke 
kaupoko hale. 

KIngs-e'vil, n. Ka mai alaala. Syn. 

Kink, n. He wahi kekee; wahihihia. 

Rink in a chain, he wahi hihia ma ke 

kaula hao. 
Kinsfolks, n. Poe hoahanau; poe ma- 

Kins'man, n. Hoahanau kane. 
Kins'wo-man, n. Hoahanau wahine. 
Kiss, n. He honi walia. 
Kit, n. 1. He pahu poepoe liilii. 

2. He pahu waiho mea nana. 
Kitch/en, n. Keena hoomakaukau ai. 
Kite, n. Lupe. 
Kit'ten, n. Popoki keiki. 
Knack (nak), n. Ano mikioi; ano ma- 

kaukau. Syn. skill. 
Knap'saek (nāp), n. Eke la we ukana 

o ke koa. 
Knave (nav), n. Kanaka apuka. 
Knav'er-y (nav'er-y), n. Hana apuka. 
Knav'isb (nav'ish), adj. Apuka. 
Knead (need), v. E lomilomi. Knead 

dough, e lomilomi palaoa. 
Knee (nee), n. Ke kuli. 
Kneel (neel), v. E kukuli; e kulou. 
Knee'-pan (nee'-pan), n. Iwi kuli. 
Knēll (nēl), n. Bele kanikau. 
Knick'-knaek (nik'-nak), n. Kela me 

keia mea paani a kamalii. 
Knife (nif), n. Pahi. 
Knight (nit), n. Inoa o kekahi kulana 

hanohano; naita. 
Knight'hdbd, n. Ke kulana o ka naita 
Knit (nit), v. 1. E hana lihilihi; hana 


2. Knit the eyebrows, e hookuekue maka. 

3. E hui; e kui. 
Knit'ting-need'le, n. Kui hana ka- 

Knob (nob), n. Poka'. Door knob, poka' 

Knock (nok), v. 1. E kikeke; e olou, 

2. E kui ; e kulai. Knock down, e ku- 

Knoek'er, n. Hamale kikeke. 
Knot (not), w. He nipuu; hipuu. Hy~ 

tneneal knot, berita mare. 
Kndt'ted> ■,. 1. Paapu i na hipuu. 
Knotty S 3 ' 2. Pohihihi. A knotty 

point in law, he mea pohihihi ma ke ka- 

Knout (nowt), n. Laau hili weliweli o 

ke aupuni Pusia. 
Know (no), v. E ikemakanaau; ehoo- 

Know'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoomaopo- 

Knowl'edge (nol'ej), v. Ike. 
Kn&ek ; le (niik'l), n. Puupuu lima. 
Ko'ran, n. Ka baibala o ka poe Maho- 





La'bel, n. Mea hoailonaukana; hoai- 
lona omole, etc. 

La'bi-al, n. Hua puanaia me na lehele- 
he, like me b, p. 

La'bor, n. 1. Hana. Syn. work. 
2. Luhi. Syn. toil. 

Lab'o-ra-to-ry, n. Keena liana laau 
lapaau, a me na mea e ae oia ano. 

La'bor-er, n. Kanaka nana; paahana; 
paaua. Syn. workman. 

La-bo'ri-ous, adj. 1. Hooikaika mau. 
2. Luhi. Syn. toilsome. 

La-bo'ri-oiis-ly, adv. Me ka luhi. 

Lab'y-rintli, n. Wahi i pakaawili o na 

Lace, n. Lihilihi. 

Lac'er-ate, v. E haehae. Syn. rend; 

Lac-er-a'tion, n. Ka haehae ana. 

Laeh/ry-mal, adj. Pili i ka wai maka. 
Lachrymal duct, luaohane. 

Lack, n. He nele; he hemahema. Syn. 

La-con'ie, adj. Pokole ma ka olelo. 

Lad, n. Keiki kane. Syn. "boy. 

Lad'der, n. Alapii; alahaka. 

Ladling, n. XJkana moku, etc. Syn. 
cargo; load. 

La/ die, n. Kiaha an loihi; puna an lo- 

La'dy, n. Wahine hoopono; he lede. 

Lag, v. Lohi; hoohakalia. Syn. loiter. 

Lag'gmg, adj. Nahili; lolohi. 

La-goon', n. 1. Lokowai papa'n. 
2. Kai papa'n i hoopuniia i ka aina. 

Lair, n. Lua o na holoholona hihin hae. 

La/i-ty, n. Na kanaka, koe na kahuna- 

Lake, n. Lokowai nui. 

Lamb, n. Hipa keiki. 

Lanab'kin, n. Hipa keiki uuku. 

Lamb'like, adj. Akahai, me he keiki 
^ hipa la. 

Lame, adj. Oopa; opa'. 

Laine'ness, n. He oopa; he opa'. 

La-ment', v. E kanikau; e kumakena. 

La-ment/a-ble, adj. Aloha ino; kuma- 

Lam'en-ta'tion, n. He kanikau; he 

Lamp, %. Kukui; ipu kukui. 

Lainp'blaek, n' Lepo uahi kukui. 

Lain-poon', n, Olelo hoohenehene i 

Lan^e, n. Ihe an loihi. 

Lance, v. E o. 

Lan~cet, n. Ke o a ke kauka. 

Lan<f, n. Aina. 

Land, v. E hoopae iuka; e leleiuka; e 

Land'breeze, n. Kehau. 
Land'ed, adj. Ma ka aina. Landed 

interest na pono ma ka aina. 
Land'hold-er, n. Konohiki. 
Land'ing, n. "Wahi pae waapa. 
Lānd'lā-dy, n. Haku aina wahine. 
Landless, adj. Kaaowe. 
Land'loek-ed, adj. Hoopuniia i ka 

Land'lord, n. 1. Haku aina. 

2. Haku hale hookipa. 
Land'mark, n. 1. He kihi aina; mo- 

kuna aina. 

2. He mea i ike maopopoia ma ka 

Land'office, n. Keena oihana kuai 

Land'-own'er, n. Haku aina. 
Land'seape, n. Hiohiona aina; na- 


Ltnd'slipri n. Kaaana oka aina pali. 
Lands'mau, n. Kanaka noho ma ka 

Lāne, n. He alanui ololi iwaena o na 

pa elua. 
Lan'guage, n. Olelo. 
Lan'guid, adj. 1, Nipo; nipoa. Syn. 


2. Onawaliwali. 
Lan'guish, v. E mae; e loha; luhe. 

Syn. droop; wilt. 
Lan'guor, n. Nipoa. Syn. dullness. 
Lank, adj. Wiwi; olala. Syn. lean. 
Lan'tern, n. 1. Kukui hele po. 

2. Keena kukui oka hale lama. 
Lap, n. 1. Kahi o ka aahu e uhi ana i 

na kuli. 

2. T3ha\ 
Lap, v. 1. E hookau kekahi maluna 

iki o kekahi. 

2. E palu. 
Lap'i-da'ry, n. Kanaka kalai pohaku 

Lapse (laps), n. Ka nee ana. Lapse of 

time, ka nee ana o ka manawa. 
Lap' stone, n. Pohaku kui o ka humu- 

humu kamaa. 
Lar'board, n. Ka aoao hema o ka moku 

ke nana imua. 
Lar'ce-ny, n. Aihue. Syn. theft. 
Lard, n. Aila puaa. 
Lard'er, n. Keena waiho ai. 
Large, adj. 1. Akea. Syn. extensive. 

2. Nui; nunui. 




3. Lokomaikai. A large hearted man, 

he kanaka lokomaikai. 
Large'ly, adv. Ma ka nui. 
Lar'gess, n. Makana; manawalea. 

present; bounty. 
Lar'i-at, n. Kaulahoohei. Syn. lasso. 
Lark, n. 1. He maim mele. 

2. Paani; lealea. 
Lar'ynx, n. Ko luna o ke kania-i. 
Las-civ'i-ous, adj. Makaleho; kukoino. 
Lash, v. Kaula hili. 
Lass, n. _ Kaikamahine. Syn. girl. 
Las'si-tude, n. Syn. languor. 
Las'so, n. Kaula hoohei. 
Last, n. 1. Ka hope loa. 

2. Laau kamaa. 
Last, v. E mau; e paa. Syn. endure. 
Lasting, ad!J. Mau; paa. 
Last'ly, arfv. Hope loa. 
Latch, n. Hao pani puka. 
Late, adj. Iho nei. Zate legislature, ka 

ahaolelo iho nei. 
Late, adv. 1. Hope; lohi; lolohi. 

2. Komo loa. Xaie into the night, ko- 

mo loa i ka po. 
Late'ly, adv. Iho nei. Syn. recently. 

The ship lately arrived, ka moku iku iho 

La' tent, adj. Waiho huna ana. Latent 

heat, ka wela e waiho huna ana. 
Lat'er-al, adj. Aoao. Lateral motion, 

nee aoao aku. 
Lat'er-al-ly, adv. Ma ka aoao. 
La tli, n. Pili hamo puna. 
Lathe, n. Mikini wili mea poepoe. 
Lath'er, n. Huwa; hua' o ke sopa me 

ka wai. 
Lat-in, adj. Latina. Latin language, 

Olelo Latina. 
Lat'i-tude, n. 1. Latitu. 

2. Latitude of speech, ke kuokoa o ke 

kamailio. Syn. freedom. 
ĪL after, adj. and n. Ka hope o na mea 

Lat'ter-ly, adv. Manawa iho nei. 
Lat'tice, n. Olepelepe. 
Laud,"-*/. E hoolea; e hoonani. Syn. 

Laud'a-ble, adj. Km i ka mahaloia. 

Syn. praiseworthy. 
Laugh (laf), v. E akaaka. 
Laugh/ing-stdek, n. Kumu hoohene- 

Laugh'ter, n. Akaaka. 
Launch, v. 1. E hoolana moku; a waa- 

pa paha. _ 

2. Hoolci. Syn. throw. Launch a spear, 
e hoolei i ka ihe. 

3. E komo loa. Syn. enter deeply. 
Launch out into a subject, e komo loa ilo- 
ko o ke kumu manao. 

Launch, n, Ka waapa nui loa o ka mo- 

Laun'dress, n. Wahine holoi lole. 

Laun'dry, n. Hale holoi lole. 

La'va, n. Pohakupele; a~a f 

Lav'a-to-ry, n. Wahi holoi kino. Syn. 

Lave, v. E auau ; e holoi. Syn. bathe. 

Lav'er, n. Pa holoi. 

Lav'ish, adj. Pakela; mauna; mau- 

nauna. Syn. prodigal; wasteful. 
Lav'ish-ly, adv. Maunauna wale. 
Law, n. Kanawai. 

law'break'er, n. Mea hoohaki kana- 
Law'ful, adj. Ku i ke kanawai. Syn. 

Law'ful-ly, adv. Ma o ke kanawai la ; 

inamuli o ke kanawai. Syn. legally. 
Law-giv'er, n. Mea haawi kanawai. 

Syn. legislator. 
Law'less, adj. Manao ole i ke kanawai; 

kanawai ole. 
Law'less-ly, adv. Me ke kanawai ole. 
Lawn,n, Pahale i uhiia i ke mauu. 
Law'suit, n. He hoopii kanawai. 
Law'yer, n. He loio; he kokua ma ke 

Lax, adj. Paialeha. 
Lax'a-tive, n. Laau hoonaha'. 
Lax'i-ty, n. Ano palaka; hookuu wale. 

Laxity of principle, palaka ma ka noho 

Lay, v. 1. E waiho. Syn. place. Lay 

on the table, e waiho ma ka papa. 

2. E hoomoe. Lay brick, e hoomoe po- 
haku ula. 

3. E hanau hua. 

4. Lay off and on, e kalewa. Lay to, 
e poholua. Lay in wait, e halua ; e ha- 
luapo ; e hoomahua. Lay out land for a 
house, e kuene; hookuene. 

Lay, n. 1. He mele. 

2. Mahele uku ma ka moku o kohola', 
Lay'er, n. He kulana. Layer of boards, 

kulana papa laau. 
Lay'man, n. He kanaka aole kahuna 

La'zi-ly, adv. Me ka molowa; loma lo- 

ma; nanea wale. 
La'zi-ness, n. Palaualelo; molowa mau. 
La'zy, adj. Molowa; palaualelo. 
Lim'bo, n. Wahi hoopaa; hale paahao. 
Lead, n* Kepau. 
Lead, v. E kai; e alakai. 
Lead'en, adj. 1. Kepau. 

2. A leaden sky, he aouli koho u ; -a la. 
Lead'er, n. He alakai. 
Leaf, n. He lau. 

Leafless, adj. Lau ole. ^ 

Leaflet, n. Lau hou. 
Leafy, adj. Uliulx i na lau; paapu i na 
, lau. 
League (leeg), n. 1. Setadia; e kolu 


2. He kuikahi. Syn. confederacy. 
Leak, n. 1. He wahi kulu. 

2. Wahi e komo ai ka liu. 
Leak'age, n. Mea kulu; he liu. 
Leak'y, adj. Kulu; liu. A leaky house, 

he hale kulu. A leaky ship, he moku 
• liu. 

Lean, n. or adj. Wiwi; olala; kaha ole. 
Lean, v. E hi-o'; e hilinai; e kalele. 
Leap, v, E lele. 




Leap'year, ft. Makahiki lele. 
Learn, v. E ao; e imi naauao. 
Learn'ed, adj. Naauao; iwaiwa* 
Leam'er, ft. Mea imi naauao. 
Learn'ing, ft. Ka naauao i loaa ma- 

muli o ka imi. 
3D ease, n. Palapala hoolimalima aina 

Lease, v. E hoolimalima aina. 
Lease'hold, n. Ka waiwai i paa ina ka 

Leash, ft. Kaula hoopaa ilio. 
Least, adj. Uuku loa. 
Leath'er, ft. Hi hooluia. 
Leath'ern, adj. Hi. Leathern girdle, 

kaei ili. 
leave, ft. Ka ae. Syn. permission. 

2. Ka hele aku. He took his leave, ua 

hele aku oia. Syn. departure. 
Leave, v. 1. E haalele. Syn. depart. 

2. E hooilina. Syn. to will property, 
leav'en, ft. Hu herena. 
Leave'tak'ing, n. Ka haawi ana i ke 

aloha hookaawale. 
Leav'ings, ft. pi. Nakoenaikoe; na 

koena i haalele ia. 
Lech'er, ft. Kanaka makaleho. 
Lech'er-ous, adj. Makaleho. 
Lec'ture, ft. He haiao. 
Lee'tur-er, ft. Mea haawi i haiao. 
[Ledge, n. Pali pohaku; anuu. 
Led'ger, n. Bute nui o nahelukalepa. 
Led'ger-llne', ft. Oa pokole. 
Lee, w. Aoao malalo o ka makani. 
Leer, v. E mio. Syn. lay hack the ears. 
Lees, n. Okawaina. 
Lee'shore, ft. Kahakai malalo o ka 

Lee' ward, ft. Malalo. 
Lee'way, ft. Holo hope. 
Left, adj. Hema. 

Left'hand'ed, adj. Maa i ka limahema, 
Leg, ft. Wawae. 

Leg'a-cy, n. Waiwai i hooilina ia. 
Le'gal7ady. Ku i ke kanawai. 
Lē'gal-īze, v. 1. E haawi ka mana o ke 


2. E apono mamuli o ke kanawai. 
Le'gal-ly, adv. Mamuli o ke kanawai. 

Syn. lawfully. 
Leg-a-tee', n. Nana ka waiwai i hooi- 

Le-ga'tion, n. 1. Elele aupuni me ko- 

napoe ukali. 

2. Keena oihana o ka elele aupuni. 
Leg'bail, n. Ka mahuka ana. To give 

leg bail, e mahuka. Syn. flight. 
Le'gend, n. 1. He olelo o ka wa kahiko. 

2. He olelo pokole i kakau ia. 
Le-gen'da-ry, adj. 1. Maopopo ole no 
ka wa kahiko. 
2. Akaka ole o ka oiaio. 
Legl-ble, adj. Maopopo i ka heluhelu. 
Leg'i-bly, adv. Me ka moakaka i ka he- 
Leg'is-late, v. E kau i kanawai; e hoo- 
holo kanawai. 

Leg'is-la'tion, v. Ke kau ana i kana- 

Leg'is-la'tive, adj. Kau kanawai. Leg- 
islative assembly, aha kau kanawai. 

Leg'is-la'tor, n. Kanaka hana kana- 
wai ; lala o ka ahaolelo kau kanawai. 

Leg'is-la'ture, w Aha Olelo Kau Ka- 

Le-git/i-mate, adj. Ku i ke kanawai. 

Leis/ure, n. Wa kaawale. 

Leis/ure-ly, adv. Malie. 

Lem'oo, ft. Hua.lemona. 

Lem'on-ade', n. ' Wai lemona. 

Lend, v. 1. E haawi lilo ole. 
2. E kokua. To lend a hand, e kokua. 

Lend'er, n. 1. Mea haawi. 
2. Money lender, mea hoolimalima dala. 

Length, ft. Loihi; loa. 

Length/en, v. E hooloihi. 

Length/wise, adv. Ma ka loa. 

Length'y, adj. Loihi. Syn. long. 

Len'i-en-cy, n. Ke ahonui. Syn. for- 

Len'i-ent, adj. Ahonui. Syn. forbear- 

Len-i-ty, n. Ahonui. Syn. mercy. 

Lens, ft. Aniani hooakoakoa kukuna 
malamalama. Magnifying lens. 

Lē'o-nīne, adj. Mehe liona la. 

Lep'er, ft. He lepera. 

Lep'ro-sy, ft. Mai lepera; mai pake; 
mai alii. 

Lep'rous, adj. Pili ka mai pake. 

Less, adj. Emi iho. 

Les-see', ft. Mea hoolimalima aina, a 
hale paha. 

Less'en, v. E hooemi iho. 

Les'son, ft. 1. He haawina. 
2. Olelo ao. 

Lest, conj. O. 

Let, v. 1. I. Let there be light, i mala- 

2. O. Let us play, O, kakou i ka paani. 

3. E ae. Syn. permit. 

4. Ina. Let us go, ina kakou e hele. 

5. E. Let us pray, e pule kakou. 
Leth'ar-gy, ft. Ano hiamoe. Syn. dull- 

Let'ter, ft. 1. Hua palapala. 

Le-vant', ft. Na aina o ka hikina e pi- 
li ana ma ke Kaiwaenahonua. 

Lev'ee, n. 1. Anaina hoolauna o ka 
poe hanohano. 
2. Pale wai. 

Lev'el, avj. Iliwai; .aumania; palaha- 

Lev'er, n. He koo; he une. 
2. Lever for heavy articles, lohai. 

Le'rite, v. He Levi. 

Lev'i-ty, ft. Lealea pono ole. 

Lev'y, v. E hookupu. 

Lewd, adj. Haukae; paumaele. 

Lex'i-eog'ra-pher, n. Kanaka hana 
buke unuhiolelo. 

Lex'i-con, n. Buke hai i ke ano o na 

Li'a-bil'i-ty, ft. Ku. Liability to sick- 
ness, ku i k*a mai. 




Li'a-bil'i-ties, n. Na ai-e'. 

Li'a-ble, adj. Ku. 

LI'ar, n. Mea wahahee. 

Li'bel, n. Libela; olelo hooino i ka- 

LI'bel-lant, n. Ka mea e hoopii ana 

no ka libela. 
Li'bel-ler, n. Mea kakau olelo hooino. 
Li'bel-loiis, adj. Olelo kakau hooino. 
Lib'er-al, adj. Manawalea; lokomai- 

kai. Syn. generous; bountiful* 
Lib'er-aPi-ty, n. Ka manawalea. Syn. 

Lib'er-al-ly, adj. Me ka aua ole. 
Lib'er-ate, v. E hookuu; hoohemo. 

Syn. free. 
Lib'er-a'tor, n. Mea nana e hookuu. 
Lib'er-tine, v. He hooipoipo. Mea 

hooko i na kuko ino. 
Lib'er-ty, n. 1. Ke kuokoa. Syn. 


2. Ka kookuu ana. Liberty to go, ka 

hookuu ana e hele. 
Li-Md'i-noiis, adj. Kuko ino; hooka- 

Li-bra'ri-an» %. Mea malama waihona 

Li'bra-ry, %. He waihona buke. 
Lice, n. pi. TJku poo. 
Incense, n. 1. Laikini ; palapala ae. 

2." Ke ko ana mamuli o na kuko ino. 
Li'cense, v. E haawi i laikini; e haawi 

i "palapala ae. 
Li-cen'ti-ate, n. Ka mea nana ka pala- 
pala ae e lawelawe mamuli o kekahi o 

na oihana naauao. 
Li-cen'tioiis, adj. Kuko ino; hooka- 

Li-cen'tioiis-ness, n. Ka hooko ana i 

na kuko ino. 
Li€k, i/. E palu. 

Lid, n. Ke poi; ke pani. Syn. cover. 
Lie, n. He wahahee; he olelo hoopuni- 

puni. Syn. untruth. 
Lie, v. E wahahee; e hoopunipuni. 
Iile v. E moe. 
Li'en, n. He kuleana ma ka waiwai o 

hai, no ka aie' ; he kuleana ma ka mo- 

Lieu-ten'ant, n. Lutanela; luna koa. 
Life, n. Ola. 

Life'blood, n. Ke koko o ke ola. 
Life'boat, n. Waapa hoopakele ola. 
Life' guard, n. Koa kiai ola. 
Life'less, adj. Ola ole; make. 
Life'long, adj. A hala ke ola. 
Life'pre-serv'er, n. Mea hoopakele 

Life'time, n. Wa o keia ola; wa ola. 
Lift, v. Ehoala; ehapai ae. 
Lift, n. 1. He kokua. To give a lift, e 


2. Ka hapai ana. A heavy lift, he ha- 

pai kaumaha. 
Lig'a-tiir©, n. He mea nakii; mea na- 

kinaki pu a paa 
Light, 7i. He ao; he malamalama. 

Light, adj. 1. Mama. 

2. Iki. A light rain, he u'-a iki. Syn. 

3. Light minded, puni lealea. 

4. PalUpalu. Light soil, lepo palupalu. 

5. Light weight, paona mama. 
Light, v. 1. E hoo-a' ; e kuni. 

2. E hoomalamalama. 

3. E loaa wale. To light upon or to 
happen to find, e loaa wale. 

4. E hookau aku; e kau aku. Syn. 

Light' en, v. 1. E hoomalamalama. 

2. E hoo-mama. 

3. E hoolalelale ; hoo-eueu. 
Light/er, n. Waapa nui, halihali uka- 

Ligfht-head'ed, adj. 1. Poniuniu; 
hiki ole ke noonoo. 

2. Ulala ; ano pupule. 
Light-heart'ed, adj. Lea ka naau. 
Light'house, n. Hale lama. 
Light-m'fan-try, n. Na koa hele wa- 

wae i makaukau no ka hele mama. 
Light'ly, adv. 1. Malie. Tread lightly, 
e hehi malie. Syn. softly. 
. 2. To talk lightly, e kamailio ano ole. 

3. To think lightly of, e manao ole aku. 
•Light'mind'ed, adj. Puni lealea. 

Lightening, n. Uila. 

Like, adj. Like, pe; penei. 

Like, n. Ka like. 

Like, v. 1. Ono. Syn. fond of. 

2. Makemake. Syn. wish. 
Like'li-hdod, n. He paha. No likeli- 
hood of rain, aole paha he u'a. Syn. 

Like'ly, adj. 1. Paha. Not likely, aole 


2. Hoopono ; kuonoono. A likely boy, 

hekeiki kuonoono. 
Like'mind'ed, adj. Lokahi ka manao. 
Lik'en, v. E hoohalike. 
Like'ness, n. Kohu like; kii kohu 

like. Syn. resemblance. 
LIke'wise, adv. No hoi; pela. Syn. 

Lik-ing, n. Makemake. 
Li~li-pu'tian, adj. Aa; iii. Syn. 

small in size. 
Lil-y, n. Pualilia. 
Limb (lim), n. La'la'. 
Lim'ber, adj. Pelu wale; napenape. 

Syn. flexible. 
Lim'bo, n. Wahihoopaa; halepaahao; 
Lime, n. 1. He puna. 

2. Hua lemi. 
Lime'kiln, n. Imuhoomoa puna. 
Lime'stone, n. Pohaku puna. 
Lim/it, n. Palena; mokuna. 
Lim'it, v. E kau palena, e hoohaiki. 
Lim'i-ta'tion, n. Ke kau palena ana; 

ka palena. 
Llm/it-less, adj. Palena ole. 
Limp, v. E hookuoi; e opa' ma ka hele. 
Limp, adj. Napenape; palupalu ; alualu. 
Lim'pid, adj. Aiai. Syn. clear. 




Linch/pin, n. Hao hoopaa Iraila i ka 

paipaikomo o ke kaa. 
Line, n. 1. He kaha. (Geom.) 

2. Kaula. Syn. rope. 

3. Aho. Syn. fishing line. 

4. Lalani; rank. Line of soldiers, la- 
lani koa. 

4. Line of poetry, lalani mele. 

6. Ano. Line of goods, he ano waiwai 

7. He hapa-12 o ka iniha. 

8. Palapala pokole. Write a line, ka- 
kau i palapala pokole, or kakan i wahi 
leta iki. 

9. Ka Poaiwaena-honua. Syn. Equator. 
Line, v. E uhi oloko. 

Lin'e-age, n. Kuauhau. 

Lin'e-al, adj. Make kuauhau pololei. 

Lin'e-a-ment, n. Helehelena kanaka. 
Syn. feature. 

Lin'e-ar, adj. Loa. Linear measure, 
ana loa. 

Lin' en, n. Lole lilina; lilina. 

Lin'ger v. E kakali; e lolohi; kawele. 

Lin'ger-ing, adj. loihi; kawele. Lin- 
gering sickness , lie mai loihi; mai ka- 

LIn'gual, n. 1. He hua palapala i pm- 
anaia e ke alelo. 
2. adj. No ke alelo. 

Lm'guist, n. Mea akamai ma na olelo. 

Lin'i-ment, n. Laau hamo. 

Lit'i-ga'tion, n. Hoopii kanawai. 

lank, n. He pauku kaulahao; pauku. 

Link, v. E hoohui; e hookuipu. Syn. 

Lint, n % Pulupulu lilina, mea- lapaau 

Li'on, n. He liona. 

Ll'on~ess, n. Liona wahine. 

Li'on-ize, v. E hoo-hanohano. 

Lip, n. 1. Lehelehe. 
2. Hekae. Syn. edge. 

Liq'ui-fy, v. E hooheehee. 

Llq'uid, n. Meahee; heehee. 

Liq'ui-date, v. 1. E hoo-hee. 
2. E hookaa. Syn. settle, pay. 

Liq'ni-da'tion, n. Ka hookaa ana. 
Syn. payment. 

Liq'uor (lik-er), n. 1. Na wai ona. 
2. Kela me keia ano wai. 

Lisp, v. E puana hemahema i na hua 

List, n. 1. He papahelu. List of names, 
papa helu o na inoa. Syn. roll; cata- 
logue; register. 

2. He wahi i hookaawale ia no ke ku- 
kini, a paio, a hakaka paha. To enter 
the lists, e komo i ke kukini. 

last' en (lis'n), v. E hoolohe; e haka 

List'en~er, n. 1. He mea e lohe ana. 

2. He hakilo; kin. Syn. eaves-dropper. 

List'less, adj. Kualana; nanea. 

List'less-ly, adv. Manaka'; manao ole. 

Lit'er-al, adj. Pili loa i ka olelo. A 

literal translation, he unuhi olelo i pili 

loa i ka olelo i kakauia. 

Lit'er-al-ly, adv. Pili loa i ka hua 


2. Oiaio. 
Lit'er-a-ry, adj. Naauao ma nabuke; 

imi buke. 
Lit'er-a'ti, n. pi. He poe lilo loa i ka 

imi buke._ 
Lit'er-a-ture', n. Na palapala a pau o 

kela me keia ano. 
Litiie, adj. Mama. Syn. nimble; supple. 
Lith'o-graph, n. Kii i kahaia ma ka po- 

Li-thog'ra-phy , n. Ke kaha ana ma ka 

Lit'i-gant, u. Mea hoopii kanawai. 
Lit'i-ga'tion, n. Hoopii kanawai. 
Li-ti'gious, adj. Maa i ka hoopii ka- 
Lit'ter, v. E kiola wale. To litter up a 

room, e kiola wale i kela me keia mea 

ma ke keena. 
Lit'ter, n. 1. He manele. 

2. Ohana holoholona keiki. 
Lit'tle, adj. Uuku; liilii. 
Lit'to-ral, adj. E pili ^ana i kahakai; 

no ke kai. 
Live, v. 1. E ola. 

2. E noho; e noho paa. 
Live'li-hood, n. Oihana e pono ai ka 

noho ana. 
Live'long» adj. Loihi launa ole. The 

livelong day, la loihi launa ole. 
Live'ly, adj. Hoihoi ; makaala. 
Liv'er, n. 1. Mea e noho ana. Syn. 


2. Mea e hoolako ana i ka ai. 

3. Ake paa. 
Liv'er-y-sta'ble, n. Hale hoolimalima 

Live'stiSek, n. Na holoholona laka. 
Liv'id, adj. Hauliuli, me he palapu la. 
Liv'ing, n. Na loaa i lawa no ka noho 

ana. Syn. support. E lawa ka loaa no 

ka noho'na. 
Liz'zard, n. He moo. 
Lo ! inter j. Aia hoi! Syn. behold. 
Load, n. Haawe. Syn. burden. 

2. Ship load, piha moku; cart load piha 

Load, v. 1. E hooili ukana. 

2. E hoopiha. Load a gun, e hoopiha i 

Load' stone, n. Pohaku mageneta. 
Loaf, n. He popo mea ai, 
Loaf, v. E a'ea wale. 
Loafer, n. He a'ea haukae. 
Lōam, n. Lepo momona. 
Loaro/y, adj. Momona. like me ka lepo. 
Loan, n. 1. Mea i haawiia no ka mana- 


2. Dala hoo-aie'. 
Loathe (lothe), v. E hoopailua. Syn. 

Loath'some, adj. Hoopailua. 
Lob'foy, n. 1. Ke keena mawaho ae o 

ke keena ahaolelo. 
Lob'by, v. E palpal bila kanawai. 
Lobe, n. Ko lalo o ka pepeiao. 




Lob'ster, n. He ula. 
Lo'«al, adj. No kauwahi. 
JLo-€āl'i-ty, n. Kauwahi. 
Lo'eate, v. E hoonoho. 
Lo~ea'tion, n. 1. Wahi. Syn. place. 

2. Ka hoonoho ana. 
Lo«h, n. 1. He loko. Syn. lake. 

2. He kaikuono. Syn. bay. 
Lock, n. 1. Laka. Door Zocfc, laka puka. 

2. Owili lauoho. Syn. lock of hair. 

3. Loko hoopaa wai ma ka auwai nui. 
Loek, v. 1. E ki a paa. 

2. Lock arms, e hookui pu i na lima. 
Loek'er, w. Holowaa i ki ia. 
Lock'et, 7i. Mea milimili, waiho kii. 
Lock'-smith, n. Kanaka hana laka. 
Loek'-up, n. Halewai. 
Lo'eo-mo'tion, n. Ka hele ana ma na 

Lo'eo-ino'tive, n. Enikini kaa mahu. 
Lodge, n. 1. Hale noho iki. 

2. Hale halawai o na aha nialu'. 
Lodge, n. 1. E noho iki; nohonoka 

wa pokole. 

2. E ku. Syn. strike; hit. 

3. „ Lodge a complaint, e waiho mai i ku- 

mu hoopii. 
Lodg'er, n. Ohuahale; mea e noho ana. 
Lodg'ings, n. pi. Wahi noho. 
Loft, n. Keena oluna. Sail lofty keena 

humuhumu pea. 
Lof' ty, adj. 1. Kiekie. Syn. elevated. 

2. Hookano; haakei. Syn. proud. 
Log, n. Pauku laau. 
Log'a-rithm, n. Huhui helu. 
Log'- book, n. Buke moolelo no ka hoo- 

holo moku. 
Log'-house» n. Hale i kukuluia me na 

pauku laau. 
Log'ie, n. Ka ike o ke kukulu manao. 
Log'ie-al, adj. Kukulu manao. 
Lo-gi'cian, n. Mea akamai i ke kukulu 

Loin, n. Puhaka. 

Loi'ter, v. E hoololohi; nahili; manu- 
Loi/ter-er, n. He nahili; mea hooha- 

kalia wale. 
Loll, v. E hoonanea; e luana wale. 
Lone'li-ness, n. Mehameha o ka noho 


Long, adj. Loa; loloa; loihi. 

Long, v. E iini. 

Lon-gev'i~ty, n. Ka loihi o ke ola. 

L6ng-liead'ed, adj. Akamai i ka noo- 

noo e mamua; poonoo. Syn. shrewd; 

Long'ing, n. Ka iini o ka naau. 
L 6 n'gi- tud e , n. Lonitu. 
Lon'gi-tu'di-nal, adj. Loa. 
Long'llved, adj. Ola loihi. 
L<Sng-suf fer-ing, adj. Ahonui; hoo- 

manawanui. Syn. patient. 
tong-wind'ed, adj. 1. Mau ke aho. 

2. Loihi a hooluhi. A long winded 

speech, he haiolelo loihi a hooluhi. 

look, v. 1. E nana. Syn. see. 

2. Look for, e imi; e hub*. 
Look, n. Ka nana ana o ka maka. 
Ld<>k'ing-glass, n. He aniani nana. 
L 6~b k'out, w. 1. He wahi nana; wahi 

kiai ; he aleo. 

2. To be on the lookout, e hakilo; e kiai; 

Loom, v. E hoea mai ma kahi mamao. 
Loom, n. Mikini hana lole. 
Loose, v. 1. E wehe ae; e hoohemo. 

2 A E kala; e hookuu. 
Loose, adj. 1. Oluolu; alualu. Syn. 

not tight. 

2. Hemo. Syn. not fast. 

3. Ino; pono ole. Loose habits, na ha- 
na maa mo. A loose life, he noho'na 
pono ole. 

Loose'ly, adv. Kapulu. To do work 
loosely, e hana kapulu i ka hana. 

Loos'en, v. 1. E hooluolu ; hooalualu. 
Loosen the jib sheet, e hoo alualu i ke 
kaula pea ihu. 

2. E hoopalupalu. Loosen the soil, e 
hoopalupalu i ka lepo. 

3. E hemo; e wehe ae. 
Lo-qua'cious, adj. Walaau mau. 
Lo-quac/i-ty, n. Ka walaau mau. 
Lord, n. 1. Haku. 

2. Inoa hanohano. 

Lord, v. E hookiekie. 

Lord'ly, adj. Haaheo; hookano; hoo- 

Lord'sliip, n. Inoa hanohano. 

Lore, n. Naauao; ike. Syn. learning. 

Lose. v. 1. E nalowale; e lilo. 

2. E poho'. 

3. E haule. 

Los/er, n. 1. Ka mea nana ka poho'. 

2. Ka mea nana ka mea i haule. 
Loss, ii. 1. Ka nalowale ana; ka haule 


2. Ka poho'; ka poino. 
Lot, n. 1. He pa. 

2. He mahele; haawina. 

3. He hoailona. 

Loth., adj. Hoowaha'waha';makemake 

Lo'tion, n. Laau wai hamo. 
Ldt'ter-y, n. Kekahi ano nili waiwai. 
Loud, adj. Nui ka leo; kani nui. 
Loud'ly, adv. Aaina; me ke kani nui. 
Lounge, n. He punee. 
Lounge, v. 1. E hiolani; e luana wale. 

2. E aea wale. Syn. loaf. 
Loung'er, n. 1. Mea hoonanea wale. 

2. Mea noho wale; he aea haukae. 

Syn. loafer. 
Louse, n. He uku poo. 
Lous/y, adj. Paapu i na uku. 
Lout, n. Kanaka hemahema; he kua- 

L6v'a-Me, adj. Ku i ke aloha ia. 
Love, n. Aloha. Syn. affection 
Love'let'ter, n. Palapala hooipoipo; 

palapala aloha. 
Ldve'li-ness, n. Ano ku i ke aloha. 
Love'ly, adj. Onaona; ku i ke aloha. 




L6v'er»w. Me a aloha; he ipo. ' 

Love'- song, n. Mele o ka puuwai. 
Mv'ing, adj. Aloha. 
Lov'ing-kmd'ness, n. Lokomaikai. 
Low» adj. 1. Haahaa. 

2. Haumia; pelapela. Syn. vile. 
Low'born, adj. Hanauia ma ke kulana 

haahaa. Syn. baseborn. 
Low'bred, adj. Kuaaina; naaupo. 
Lō w'er, v. E hoohaahaa; e hookuu iho. 
Low'er, v. 1. E pouli mai. 
- 2. E hakumakuma. Syn. frown. 
I8w'er-y, adj. Pouliuli; hakumakuma. 
Low'land, n. Aina haahaa. 
Low'li-ness, n. Akahai; haahaa o ka 

Low'ly, adj. Akahai; haahaa. Syn. 

Low'spir'it-ed, adj. 1. Luuluu; kau- 

mahakanaau. Syn. depressed. 

2. Apiki. Syn. mean. 
X^oy'al, adj. Kupaa. 
Loy'al-ty, n. Ka manao kupaa. 
Loz'enge, n. 1. Mea ono kopaa. 

2. Huina-ha-like, like ole nae na aoao. 

Syn. rhomb. 
Lub'her, n. Kanaka puipui a molowa; 

kanaka hawawa. 
Lub'ber-ly, adj. Kapulu; hemahema; 

lomaloma. Syn. awkward. 
Lu'bri-eate, v. E hamo i pahee. 
Lu/cid, adj. 1. Molaelae; moakaka; 

aiai. Syn. clear; bright. 

2. Lucid interval, wa noonoo pono o ka 

mea pupule. Syn. sane. 
L&ek, n. Mea ulia wale; laki. Good 

luck, he pomaikai i ulia wale. Bad luck, 

he poino i ulia wale; laki ole. 
Liiek/y, adj. Pomaikai; laki. 
Luck'i-ly, adv. Pomaikai maoli. 
Lu/cra-tlve, adj. Puka; nui mai o ke 

Lu/€re, n. Dala puka; waiwai puka. 
Lu'di-«roiis, adj. Lea; ku i ka akaaka. 

Syn. laughable. 
liiiff» v. E hoopii i ka makani. 
L&g, v. E halihali me ke kaumaha. 
L&g'gagre, n. Ukana pili kino. Syn. 

Lu-gru'bri-oiis, adj. Haloiloi; kuma- 

kena. Syn. mournful. 
Luke'warm, adj. Malili; pumahana. 
Lxill, v. "E hoo~na'. Syn. quiet. 

2. E malie mai. The wind has lulled, 
* ua malie mai ka makani. 

3. E hoomalielie. Syn. calm. 


Lul/a-by, n. Mele hoo-na keiki liilii. 
Lum-ba'go, n. He hui ma ka puhaka. 
Liim/ber, n. Kela me keia ano papa 

laau. _ 

Luin'ber-room, n. Keenawaihoukana # 
Lu'mi-na'ry, n. Mea hoomalamalama; 

he lama. 
Lu'mi-noiis, adj. Malamalama; aiai. 

Syn. bright. 
Lamp, n. He puu. 
Liimp'y., adj. Puupuu; hakuhaku. , 
Lu'na-cy, n. Pupule. Syn. insanity. 
Lun'ai^ adj. Pill no ka mahina. 
Lu'na-tic, n. He pupule. 
Liinch, n. He wahi pain a iki. 
Liinch'eon, n. Ka ai o ka paina iki. 
Lung, n. Ake mama. 
Lurch, n. 1, Ka huli kuhewa o ka mo- 

ku ma kona aoao. 

2. Ka haalele wale ana iloko o ka pi- 

likia. To leave in the lurch, e haalele 

iloko o ka pilikia. 
Lure, v t E onou; e hoohalua; e hoowa- 

lewale. Syn. entice. 
Lu'rid, adj. Pouliuli; panopano. 
Lurk, v. E hoomakakiu ; e pee. 
Lurk'ing-place, n. Wahi e pee ai; wa- 
hi e hoomakakiu. 
Lus'cious, adj. Onoloa; mikomiko. 
LiistT n. Kuko hewa; makaleho. 
Liist/ful, adj. Piha i na kuko hewa; 

Lust'i-ly, adv. 1. Ikaika. To work 

lustily, e hana ikaika. 

2. Nui. To shout lustily, e hooho nui. 
Lus'trous, adj. Alohilohi; hinuhinu; 

Lust/rum, n. Hewa; elima makahiki^ 
Liist'y, adj. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. strong, 
Lux-u/ri-ance, n. Nui o ka ulu. 
Lux-u'ri-ant, adj. 1. Kawowo. Lux- 

urant growth, kawowo ka ulu ana. 

2. Ikaika ma ka ulu ana ; ulu a nui. 
Lux-ū'ri-āte, v. L E hoo-oluolu; e 


2. E hauolinui. 
Lux-u'ri-ous, adj. 1. Pakela ai. Syn. 

luxurious living. 

2. Hoohiehie. 
Lfix'u-ry, n. Mea e hoohiehie ai ka no- 

ho ana. 
Ly-ce'um, n. 1. Ahahui Iini Naauao 

2. "Hale o ka ahahui Imi Naauao. 
Lye (li), n. Wai lehu ahi. 
Lyre, n. Lira hookani. Syn. harp. 





Mae*»d'am-ize, n. E kapili alanui i 
na pohaku iliili. 

Maeh'i-na'tion (lnak-I-na'tion), n. 
Hana malm' kupono ole. Syn. intrigue; 

Ma-ehine% (ma-sheen'), n. Mikini; 
mea kokua i ka hana a ka lima. 

Ma-chm'er-y, n. Na mikini o kela me 
keia ano. 

Ma-chln'ist, n. Kanaka hana mikini. 

1ft ul, adj. 1. Huhmloa. 
2. Pupule. 

Mad'am, n, Inoa kahea no ka wahine. 

Mad'house, n* Hale pupule. Syn. in- 
sane asylum. 

Mad'ly, adv. Me ka ino loa. Syn. in- 
sanely. Pupule. 

Mad'ness, n. Ano pupule ; ano hehena ; 
ulala. Syn. insanity. 

lag'a-zine', n. 1. Hale hoo-ahu. Syn. 

2. Bute i paiia i kela me keia mana- 
wa, buke hooiliili kumu manao. 

Mag'got, n. Ke ilo. 

Mag'got-y, adj. Paapu i na ilo. 

Ma/gi, n. Ka poe Magoi o ka Hikina. 

Mag'ie, n. Hana kilokilo. 

Ma-gi'cian, n. Kanaka kilokilo. 

Mag'is-te'ri-al, adj. 1. Pili i ka oi- 
hana lunakanawai. 
2. Haaheo; hookiekie. Syn. arrogant, 

Mag'is-tra-ey, n. 1. Oihana lunaka- 
2. Ka papa lunakanawai. 

Mag'xs-irate, n. Luna hooko kanawai. 

Mag'na-€hlir'ta, n. He kumu kanawai 

Mag'na-iiim'i-ty, n. Ano lokomaikai. 
Syn. generosity. 

Mag-nan'i-mous, adj. Lokomaikai. 
Syn. generous. 

Mag-nan'i-mous-ly, adv. Me ka loko^ 
maikai. Syn. generously. 

Magnate, n. Kanaka hanohano; kana- 
ka koikoi. 

Magr'net, n. Pohaku ume hao. 

Mag-net'ic, adj. Mana ume. 

Mag'net-ism, n. Ka mana ume. 

Mag'net-Ize, v. E hookomo i ka ma- 
naume;e ume. 

Mag-niFI-cence, n. Ke kamahao. 

Mag-mfi-cen£, adj. Kamahao. 

Mag'ni-fi-er, n. Aniani hoomahuahua 

Mag'ni-fy, v. 1. E hoomahuahua i ka 
ike o ka maka. 

2. E hoolea; hoonani. Syn. praise; 

Mag'ni-tude, n. Ka nui. Syn. hulk; 

greatness. Magnitude of the undertaking, 

ka nui o ka hana. 
Ma-hog'a-ny, n. He kumu laau ane 

like me ke kou. 
Ma-hom/et-an, n. He Mahometa. 

Maid'en/S n ' WaMn ® °P io mare ole - 

Maid 'en-hair, n. He iwaiwa. 

Mail, n, 1. Pale umauma metala. 
2. Eke leta. 

Mail, i). E hookomo ma ke eke leta. 
Syn. post. 

MaiFa-Tble, adj. Kupono ke halihali 
ia ma ke eke leta. 

Maim, v. E moku na lala; e hana ino i 
ke kino. Syn. mutilate. 

Main, adj. 1. Nui. Syn. mighty. 
2. Ano nui; hapa nui. Syn. chiefly; 
principally. Mainly devoted to agricul- 
ture, lilo nui i ka mahiai. 

Main'mast» n. Ke kia nui o ka moku. 

Main'sail, n. Ka pea hope; ka pea nui. 

Main-tain', v, 1. E malama mau. 
Syn. sustain. 

2. E hoolako. Syn. support. Main- 
tain a family, e hoolako i ka ohana. 

Main'te-nance, n. 1. Ka hoolako ana 
i na mea e pono aike ola. 

Maize, n. Kurina. Syn. Indian corn. 

Ma-j es'ti€, adj. Ihiihi ; kamahao. 

Maj'es-ty, n. Hanohano nui : he kama- 
hao. His Majesty, the King, ka mea ka- 
mahao, ka Moi. 

Ma'jor, n. Mekia; luna koa. 

Ma-jor'i-ty, n. 1. Ka hapa nui. 
2. Ka wa oo ma ke kanawai. 

Make, -y. 1. E hana; e kukulu. Syn. 

2. E kaohi. Syn. compel. 

3. E loaa. Syn. earn; gain. Make 
money, e loaa i dala. 

4. To make a complaint, e waiho mai i 

5. To make a calculation, ehelu; enoo- 
noo helu. 

6. To make known, e hooakaka; e hoola- 

7. Lilo. Syn. "become. A good boy will 
make a good man, e lilo ana ke keiki mai- 
kai i kanaka maikai. 

8. Make choice of, e koho. Syn. choose. 

9. Make free with, e lawewale. 

10. Make good, (a) E hooko. Make good 
a promise, e hooko i kaolelo. (&.) Make 
good a loss, e hoihoi i ka poho. 

11. Make light of, e manao ole aku. 
Syn. to be indifferent to. 



12. Make much of, e manao nui aku. 
Syn. to esteem highly. 

13. Make out, e hoomaopopo; akaka. 
Syn. understand. To make out the mean- 
ing, e hoomaopopo i ke ano . 

14. Make out a case, e hooia i ka aoao 

15. Make over property, e hoolilo wai- 
wai. Syn. to deed property; to convey. 

16. Make sail, e huki i na pea. 

17. Make up, (a) e hoolaulea. Syn. 
reconcile, (ō) E hoo-puolo. Syn. make 
up a bundle, (c) Make up a deficit, e 
hooponopono mai i ka mea i koe. (d) 
Make up accounts, e hooponopono i na 

18. Make water, {a\ e liu. Syn. leak; 
(ō) mimi. Syn. urinate. 

Mak'er, n. Mea nana e hana. 

Make'shift, n. He mea ku i ka wa. 

Mal'ad-min'is-tra'tion, n. Ke ko po- 
no ole ana i na hana o ka oihana. 

Mal'a-dy, n. He mai. Syn. sickness^ 

Ma-la'ri-a, n. Ea ino nana mai ka mai. 

MaPeon-tent', n. Mea ohumu man. 

Male, n. He kane. 

Mal'e-dl€'tion, n. Olelo hailiili ; olelo 

Mal'e-fac'tor, n. Kanaka hoohaki ka- 

Ma-lev'o-Xent, adj, Manao ino; naau 
keemoa; opu ino. 

Mal-fea'sance, n. Ka hana pono ole. 
Malfeasance in office, ka hana pono ole 
ma ka oihana. 

Mal'ice, n. Ka manao ino; opu ino. 

Ma-li'cioiis, adj. Syn. malevolent. 

Ma-li'cions-ly, adv. Me ka manao ino. 

Ma-līgn' (ma-line), v. E akiaki; e ni- 
ania. Syn. traduce; slander. 

Ma-lig'nant, adj. 1. Akiaki; niania. 
2. Hoopilikia ola; ino loa. A malig- 
nant disease, he mai ino loa. Syn. viru- 

Ma-llg'ni-ty, n. 1. Niania; opu ino. 
Syn. malice. 
Ke ano make. Syn. virulence. 

Mal'le-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke kuiia a la- 

Mal'let, n. Hamale laau. 

Mal-prac'tlce, n. 1. Lapaau hewa. 
2. Hana, pono ole. 

Mai- treat', v. E hana ino aku; e hoo- 

Mal-treat'ment, n' 1. Ka hana ino 
2. Ka lapaau hew» ana. 

Mām'mon, n. Mamona; ka waiwai o 
keia ao. 

Man, m. Kane;kana'ka. 

Man, v. E hoolako i na ka'naka. 

Man'a-eles, n. Kupee lima hoopaahao. 

Man'age, v. 1. E hooponopono ; e ma- 
lama pono. Manage affairs, e hoopono- 
pono l ka oihana. 

2. Manage to do without, e hoomanawa- 
nui i ka nele. 

Man'age-a-ble, adj, 1. Hiki ke hoo- 
ponopono ia. 
2. Hiki ke hoolakalakaia. 

Man'age-ment, n. 1. Ka hoopono- 
pono ana. Poor management, hoopono- 
pono hemahema. 
2. Papa luna hooponopono. 

Man'a-ger, n. Luna hooponopono. 

Man-da'nms, n. Palapala kauoha o ka 
aha hookolokolo. 

Man'da-rin, n. Luna aupuni o Kina. 

Man'date, n. He kauoha. Syn. com- 

Man'da-fco-ry, adj. Me ke kauoha. 

Mane, n. Hulu a-i' o na holoholona. 

Ma-neu'ver, n. 1. He hana maalea. 
Syn. stratagem. 

2. Military maneuver, ka hana o ka oi- 
hana koa. 

Man'ful, adj. Hookanaka, Syn. manly. 

Man'ful-ly, adv. Me ka hookanaka. 
Syn. nobly. 

Man'ger, n. Pahu hanai holoholona. 

Man'gle, v. Haihai a weluwelu 

Man'nood, %. Ke kulana kanaka ma- 

Mā'ni-ae, n. Kanaka pupule loa. Syn. 

Man'i-fest, adj. Moakaka; akakalea. 
Syn. obvious ; evident. 

Man'i-fest, n. He pepa hoike ukana 

Man'i-fest, v. E hoike. Syn. exhibit; 

Man'i-fes-ta'tlon, n. Ka hoike ana. 

Man'i-fest-ly, adv. Maopopolea. SYN. 

M ān' i - f old, adj. Lehulehu. 

Ma-nip'n-late, v. E miii; e lawelawe 
me ka lima. Syn. handle. 

Man-kind', n. Ka'naka. 

Man'li-ness, n. Ke ano hookana'ka. 

Man'ly, adj, Hookanaka. Syn. noble. 

Man'ner, n. 1. Ano. Syn. sort. 
2. Manners, ano launa. Good manners, 
ano launa maikai, pihalula. 

Man'of-war', n. Moku manuwa'. 

Manse, n. 1. Hale noho no ke kahuna 
2. Aina mahi. Syn. farm. 

Man'sion, n. Hale noho akea. 

Man'slauglx-tei-, n. Lawe ola; pepehi 

Man'tel, n. Holowaa ma ka paia o ka 

Man' tie, n. He lole koloka; he kihei 

Man-til'la, n. He koloka no ka wahine. 

Mān'u-al, adj. Lima. Manual labor, 
hana lima. 

Man'u-al, n. Buke liilii, paa lima. 

Man'u-fae'to-ry, n. Kale oihana hana 

Man'u-fae'ture, v. E hana, ina me ka 
lima, a mikini paha. 

Man'ti-fae'tnre, n. Ka mea i hanaia e 
i ka lima, a mikini paha. 



Man'Ti-fac/tur-er, n. Kanaka hana i 

kela me keia mea. 
Maii'ii-mit', v. E hookuu mai ka noho 

ana kuapaa. Syn. free. 
Ma-niire', n. Mea hoomomona lepo; 

Mam'iuL-script, n. Pepa i kakau lima la. 
Ma'ny (me-ny), adj. Lehulehu; ma- 

kena; nuiwale. 
Map, n. Palapala aina. 
Mar, v. Ehooki-na'; e hana ino i ke- 

kahi mea. 
Ma-raud'er, n. He powa'; kanaka pa- 

kaha. Syn. robber. 
Mar'ble, n. Pohaku mabela. 
Marcli, n. 1. Maraki. 

2. Huakai o na koa. 
Mare, n. Lio wahine. 
Mar'grin, n. He kae; he lihi. Syn. 

Ma-rime', adj. 1. O ke kai. A marine 

view, ke nanaina o ke kai. 

2. Marine hospital, hale mai no naluina. 
Ma-riue', n. Na moku. Merchant marine, 

na moku kalepa. 

2. He koa o ka mokn manuwa. 
Mar'i-ner, n. Kanaka nolo moana; se- 

la; luina. Syn. seaman; sailor. 
Mar'i~tal, adj. No ke kane mare. 
Mar'i-time, adj. Pili i ka moana; pili 

i ke kai. Syn. nautical. Maritime na- 
tions , na lahui hooholo moana. 
Mark, %. 1. He hoailona; he kaha. 

2. He mea kanlana. Syn. distinction. 

A man of mark, he kanaka kanlana. 
Mark, v. 1. E kaha; e hoailona. 

2. E haka pono; e noonoo pono. Syn. 

heed; observe. 
Mar'ket, n. 1. Hale makeke. 

2. Makeke; he knai akea; oihana ka- 
Mar'ket-man, w. Kanaka oka makeke. 
Mar'ket-ing, n. Ke knai ana ma ka 

Marks'man, n. Kanaka ki pu. 
Mar'ina-lade, n. Mea ono i hanaia me 

na hua ai. 
Mar'riage, n. Ka mare. Syn. matri- 
mony; wedlock. 
Mar'riage-a-ble, adj. Kupono ke mare. 
Mar 'row, n. Ka lolo o ka iwi. 
Mar'ry, V, E mare. 
Miirsh, n. Aina po'ho-poho'. 
Mar'shal, n. 1. Ilamuku. 

2. He alakai nui o ka huakai. 

3. Alihi kaua nui, ma Europa. 
Mar'shal, v. E hoonohonoho pono. 

Marshal troops, e hoonohonoho pono i 

na puali kaua. 
Marsh'y, adj. Po'ho-poho'. 
Mart, n. Syn. market. 
Mar'tial, adj. Koa. 
Mar'tyr, n. Mea hoike no ka oiaio, a i 

ka make. 
Mar'tyr-dom, n. Ka hoomake ana no 

ka oiaio. 
Mar'vel, v. E haohao. 
Mar'vel-ofis, adj. Kupaianaha. 

Mas'cu-line, adj. Kane. Syn. male. 
Mash, v. 1. E hoo-pe ; e kui a aeae. 
Mask, n. Pie uhi no ka maka; he uhi. 
Ma/son, n. Kanaka hamo puna. 
Ma'son-ry, n. 1. Ka mea i kukuluia 

me ka puna. 

2. Oihana hamo puna. 
Mass, n. 1. He ahu; he ahua. The 

masses, ka lehulehu. 

2. He pule o ka hoomana Roma. 
Mas'sa-cre, a' E luku wale. 
Mass'lve, adj. 1. Paa; ikaika. 

2. Nunui.^ Syn. bulky. 
Mast, n. Kia moku. 
Mas'ter, n. Kumu; haku. 
Mas'ter, v. E lanakila; e hoopio. Syn. 

conquer. Master a difficulty, e lanakila 

maluna o ka pilikia. 
Mas'ter-ly, adj. Mikioi; akamai. In a 

masterly manner, ma ke ano akamai. 
Mas'ter-piece, n. Hanaioi; hanapoo- 

Mas'ter-y, n. Ka lanakila. 
Mas'ti-eate, v. E nau a wali. SYN. 

Mas'tiff, n. He ilio nui. 
Mat, n. Moena. 
Match, n. 1. He kukaepele hoo-a ahi. 

2. He lua like. 

3. He mare. 

4. He paio. Syn. contest. 
Match, v. 4. E imi i ka like. 

2. E aumeume ma ka paio. 

Match'less, adj. Lua ole. Syn. peer- 
less; unequaled. 

Match'mak'er, n. 1. Mea hana kukae- 
2. Mea hookonokono mare. 

Match/plane, n. Koi hole papa. 

Mate, n. 1. He hoa; kokoolua. Syn. 
2. Hulipahu. 

Ma-te'ri-al, n. Mea; materia. 

Ma-ter'nal, adj. Makuahine. Maternal 
love, aloha makuahine. 

Ma-ter'ni-ty, n. Kulana makuahine. 

Math'e-mat'ic-al, adj. Pili i na helu. 

Math'e-mat'lc-al-ly, adv. Mamuli o 
na helu. 

Math'e-ma-ti'cian, n. Mea akamai ma 
na helu. 

Math'e-mat'ics, n. Na helu. 

Ma'tins, n. pi. Pule kakahiaka. 

Mat'ri-cide, n. Mea hoomake makua- 

Ma-tric'u-late, v. E kakau inoa ma ka 
papa inoa o ke kula nui, a ahahui paha. 

Mat'ri-mo'ni-al> adj. Mare. Syn. con- 

Mat'ri-mo-ny, n. Ka mare. Syn. mar- 

Ma'tron, n. 1. Wahine mare. 
2. Luna wahine hooponopono. 

Mafter, n. 1. Mea kino. Syn. mater- 

2. Pilau o kahi eha. Syn. pus. 

3. Pilikia. Syn. difficulty. 

4. No matter, mea ole. 




Mat'ting, n. Moena; na lako liana mo- 

Mat'toek, n. He kipikua. 
Mat'tress, n. Pela moe, 
Ma-ture', adj. 1. Oo. Syn. ripe. 

2. Mature reflection, noonoo pono. 
Ma-tu/ri-ty, n. 1. Wa oo. 

2. Ka piba o ka manawa. 

3. The maturity of a note, ka wa bookaa 
o ka bilaaie. 

Maa'so-le'um, n. Hale kupapau nani. 

Maw, n. Opu bolobolona. 

Max'im, n, Olelo naauao. Syn. pro- 

Max'i-mniin, adj. Ka nni loa. 

May, n. Mabina o Mei. 

May, v. 1. Aeia. Syn. to be permitted. 
2. Malia; paha. Me may have gone, 
malia ua bala oia. 

May'or (mar), n. Ke poo o ke kulana- 

Maze, n. He wabi pakaawili; mea eebia. 

Ma'zy, adj. Pakaawili. 

Me, pron. Ia'u. 

Mead'o w, n. Aina kula i paa i ka mauu. 

Mea'ger, adj. 1. Wiwi; olala. 
2. lawaole; kupono ole. 

Mea'ger-ly, adv. Kupono ole. 

Mēal, n. 1. Palaoa o kela me keia ano. 
2. He pa-i'na. 

Meal'y, adj. Maha'ba'. 

Mean, adj. 1 Haabaa; pi;uaboa. 
2. Iwaenakonu. Mean point, kiko wa- 
ena konu. 

Mean, v. E manao. 

Means, n. pi. Kumu. Means of instruc- 
tion, kumu o ka boonaauao. 

Me-an'der, v. E kabe i-o ia nei. 

Mean'ing, n. Ke ano. 

Mean'ness, n, Apiki; ano uaboa; ino. 

Meam'time, i , Ia wano; ia ma- 
Mean' while, ) aau ' nawa. 

Mea'sles. Mai "ilia. 

Meas/ur-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke anaia. 

Meas'ure, n. Ana. To take measures, e 

Meas'ure-less, adj. Palena ole. Syn. 

Meas'iire-ment, n. Ke ana ana. 

Meat» adj. I'o. 
2. He ai o kela me keia ano. Meat and 
drink, na mea ai me na mea inn. 

Me-€hān'i€, n. He kanaka lawelawe 
ma kekabi o na oibana hana lima. 

Me-ehan'ie-al, adi. Hana lima. Me- 
chanical skill, akamat ma ka bana li- 

Me-ehan'ie-al-ly, adv. Mebe mikini 
la; me ke komo pu ole o ka noonoo. 

Me-elian/ies, n. pi. Ka ike no ka mana 

Meeh'an-isin, n. 1. Na bakina mikini. 
2. Ke kukulu ana o ka mikini. 

Med'al, n. He medala; be metala boo- 
manao, booapono. 

Med'dle, -y. E lalama; e lalau wale i ko 

Med'dler, n. Mea apa; mea lalauwale. 
Syn. busybody. 

Med'dle-some, adj. Lalama; apa; la-* 
lau wale. 

Me'di-a'tlon, n. Ka uwao ana. 

Me'di-a'tor, n. Mea uwao. 

Me'di-a-to'ri-al, adj. Uwao. Media- 
torial office, oibana uwao. 

Med'l-«al, adj. Lapaau. Medical pro- 
fession, oihana lapaau. 

Me-dic/i-nal, adj. Ano laau lapaau. 

Med'i-clne, n. Laau lapaau; kela me ke- 
ia mea e ola ai ke kino. 

Me'di-oe'ri-ty, n. Kulana iwaena. 

Med'i-tate, v. E noonoo; e mumule. 
Syn. contemplate. 

Med'i-ta'tion. n. Ka noonoo nui ana. 

Me'di-um, n. 1. He kumu. Syn. means. 
2. Ka mea mawaena. Syn. middle. 

Meed, n. Uku. Syn. reward. Meed of 
praise, uku mabalo. 

Meek, adj. Akahai; baabaama kanaau. 

Meekly, adv. Me ke akabai. 

Meek'ness, n. Ka baahaa o ka naau; 
ke akabai. 

Meet, v. E balawai pu. 

Meet, adj. Kupono; kobu; Syn. fit* 

Meet'ing, n. He balawai. 

Meet'ing-house, n. Hale halawai. 

Mel'an-ehol'y, adj. Luuluu. 

Mel-lif'lu-ous, adj. Nabenabe; kolo- 

Mel'low, adj. 1. Pala. Syn. ripe. 

2. Oneae. Syn. ligbt. Light soil, le- 
po oneae. 

3. Nabenabe; unabe. Syn. melliflu- 

4. Konane; konale. Syn. soft; soft 

Me-16'dioiis. Syn. mellifluous. 

Mel'o-dy, n. He leomele; mele olioli. 

Mēl'on, n. Ipu ai maka. 

Melt, v. E boo-beebee. 

Mem'ber, n. Hoa; la'la'. 

Mem/ber-ship, n. Ka nobo'na boa, a 
la'la' paba. 

Mem'brane, n. Hi labilabi. 

Me-men'to, n. Mea boomanao. 

Me'moir, n. Moolelo boomanao. 

Mem'o-ra-Me, adj. Ku pono ke boo- 
manaoia; kaulana. 

Mem'o-ran'dum, n. Kakau lima boo- 

Me-mo'ri-al, n. 1. He mea boala 
manao; be paipai manao. 
2. Palapala hoopii no ka pomaikai. 

Me-mo'ri-al-ize, v. E kakau i pala- 
pala boopii. Syn. petition. 

Meni'o-rlze, v. E boopaa naau. Syn. 
commit to memory. 

Mem'o-ry , n. Ka mana boomanao . 

Men'ace, v. E booweliweli. Syn. 

Men-ag'e-rie (men-azli v e~ry), n. 1. 
He boikeike o na boloholona bibiu. 
Hale no na bolobolona bibiu. 




Mend, v. 1. E liana hou; kapili hou. 
2. E ola hou. 

Jljen-da'cioiis, adj. Wahahee; hoopuni- 
puni. Syn. lying; false. 

Meii-dae/i-ty, n. Ano wahahee; maai 
ka hoopunipuni. 

Men'di-cant, n. Kanaka noi wale; he 
makilo. Syn. beggar. 

Me'ni-al, adj. Haahaa; kohu ole. Me- 
nial employment, hana kohu ole. 

Me'ni-ai, n. Kauwa. Syn. servant 

Mcn'su-ra'tion, n. Ke ana ana. 

Men'tal, adj. Okanoonoo. Mental pur- 

. suits, na haua o ka naau. 

Men'tal-ly, adv. Ma, ka naau. 

Men'tion, v. E hal. . 

Men'tor, n. Meaaoaku;he kakaolelo. 

Me-plilt/ie, adj. Ino; kue i ke ola kino. 
Mephitic air, ea ino; ea hoomake. Syn. 

Mer'can-tile, adj. Kalepa. Mercantile 
community, ka poe kalepa. Syn. com- 

Mei-'ce-na-ry, adj. Alunu; puniwai- 
waC Syn. avaricious. 

Mer'clian-dise, n. Waiwai kalepa. 

Mer'chant, n. He kalepa; kanaka ka- 

Mer'chant- a-hle, adj. Kupono i ke ka- 
lepa; hiki ke kuai. 

Mer'chant-man, n. Moku kalepa. 

Mer'ci-ful, adj. Ahonui; lokomaikai. 

Mer'ci-ful-ly, adv. Me ke ahonui. 

Mer'ci-less, adj. Lokoino. 

Mer'cu-ry, n. 1. Wai dala. Syn quick- 
2. Inoaokekahi o nahoku hele. 

Mer'cy, n. Ahonui ; lokomaikai. 

Mer'cy-seat, n. Noho aloha. 

Mere", adj. Wale no. Mere pretense, he 
hookamani wale no. 

Mere'ly, adj. Wale no. Merely want to 
know, inak'emake wale no e ike. 

Me-rld'i-an, n. Awakea; kaha awa- 

Mer'it, n. Kumu mahalo. 

Mer'it, v. E pono ke loaa. 

Mēr'i-tō'ri-ous, adj. Mahaloia. 

Mer'ri-ly, adv. Me ka olioli. Syn. 

Mer'ri-ment, n. Lealea kupono; olioli. 
Syn. gaiety. 

Mer'ry, adj. Olioli; lealea, Syn. gay. 

Mesh, n. He maka upena. 

Mess, w. 1. Mahele ai. 
2. Poe o ka papaaina hookahi. 

Mes'sage, n. Olelo hoou'na. 

Mes'sen-ger, n. Mea i hoounaia; he 

Mēs-sī'ah, n. Ka Mesia; Kristo. 

Mess'mate, n. Hoa papa aina. * 

Met/ al, n. Metala. 

Me.- tall ie, adj. Metala. Metallic lustre, 
hinuhinu o ka metala. 

Met'al-Iif'er-ons, adj. Paapu i ka 

Me-tal'liir-gy, n. Oihana hookaawale 

Met'a-mo^phose, v. E hoo-aana 

Syn. transformation. 
Met'a-phor, n. Olelo hoohalike. 
Met'a-phdr'ic-al, adj. Ma ke ano hoo- 
Met'a-phy-si'cian, n. Poe imi no ka 

naau a me kona ano. 
Met'a-phys'ics, n. Huli naau; ka ike 

e pili ana i ka naau. 
Mete, v. E mahele aku; e ana aku. 
Mete, n. 1. He mahele. 

2. Mokuna aina ; palena. 
Me'te-or, n. Hoku lele. 
Me'te-or-ol'o-gy, n. Kaike e pili ana 

i ka lewa; ke ea; me ko laila mau hio- 

Me'ter, n. He ana. Syn. measure. 
Me-thinks', v. impers. Manao au. 
Meth'od, n. Ka hoonohonoho mikioi. 
Me-thod'ie-al, adj. Ano mikioi; ma- 

muli o na"ru]a. 
Me-thod'ic-al-ly, adv. Me ka mikioi; 

like me ka rula. 
Me-trop'o-lis, n. Kulanakauhale nui. 
Met'ro-pol'i-tan, adj. No ke kulana- 
kauhale nui. 
Met'tle, n. Aa nui; pihoihoi. Syn. 

Met'tle-some, adj. Aa nui; hookano. 

Syn. spirited. A mettlesome horse, he lio 

Mew, v. E owao, me he popoki la. 
Ml-as'ma, pi. Ml-as'ma-ta, n. ,Na hu- 

na ino e lana ana iloko o ke ea; mea 

Mi'cro-scope, n. Ohe nana mea maka- 

Mi'cro-seop'ie, adj. Makalii loa; na 

ka ohe e hoike mai. 
Mid'day, n. Awakea. Syn. noon. 
Mid'dle,w. Ko waenakonu. 
Mid'dle-agred, adj. Iwaena o ka wa ui 

me ka wa elemakule. 
Mid'dling:, adj. Mawaena o ka maikai 

me ka ino, etc. 
Mid'night, n. Ke aumoe. 
Mid'ship-man, n. Luina opio o ka ma- 

Mid'ships, n. Iwaena o ka moku. 
Midst, n. Ko waenakonu. 
Mid'siim'mer, n. Iwaenakonu o ke 

Mid'way, n. Mawaenakonu, 
Mid'wife, n. He pale keiki. 
Mid'win'ter, n. Iwaena o ka hooilo. 
Mien, n. Helehelena. Syn. countenance. 

Lofty mien, helehelena haaheo. 
Miff, n. He ukiuki pau koke. 
Might, n. Mana; ikaika". Syn. power. 
Might'i-ly, adv. Me ka mana nui. 
Might'y, ad . Mana; ikaika; nui. Syn. 

Mi'grate, v. E hele mai kahi aina a i 

kahi aina e noho ai. 
Mi'gxa-to'ry, adj. Kuewa wale. 
Milch, adj, Waiu. 3£ilch cow, bipi haawi 




Mild» adU Oluolu; nahenahe; palupa- 

lu; alie. Syn. gentle; placid. 
MU'dew, n. Ponalo. 
Mild'ly, adv. Oluolu; nahenahe. 
Mlld'ness, n. 1. Ka oluolu. Syn. clem- 

2. Akahai. Syn. gentleness. 
Mile, n. He mile. 
Mile'age, n. 1. Ka helu o na mile. 

2. TJku mile. 
Mlle'post, n. Kia kuhikuhi mile. 
Milestone, n. Pohaku kuhikuhi mile, 
Mil'i-ta-ry, adj. Koa. 
Mil'i-ta-ry, n. Na papa koa o kela me 

k eiaano. 
Mil'i-tate, v. E ku-e'. Syn. conflict. 
Mi-11'tia, n. Na koa ku i ka wa. 
Milk, n. "Waiu. 
Milk, v. E uwi -waiu. 
Milk'maid, n. Wahine uwi bipi. 
Milk'-man, n. 1. Kanaka uwi bipi. 
. 2. Kanaka kuai waiu. 
Milk'-pail, n. Bakeke uwi waiu. 
Milk'sop, n. Kanaka lauwili wale. 
Milk'y, adj. Me he waiu la. 
Milk'y-way, n. Kaleileiona; leileiaka. 
Mill, n. 1. Mikiui wili. 
2. he hapa-umi keneta. 
Mill'dam, n. Paku wai no ka wili. 
Mil-len'i-al, adj. Pili i ka milenio. 
Mil-len'i-mn, n. Ka milenio. 
Miller, n. Kanaka wili palaoa. 
Mil'li-ner, n. Wahine hana a kuai pa- 
MU'li-ner-y, n. Na kahiko no kepoo, 
Mil'lion, n. Miliona. 
Mil'lion-aire', n. He ona miliona. 
Mill'race, n. Ha wai no ka wili. 
Mill'stone, n. Pohaku wili palaoa. 
Mim'ie, v. E hana wale; ehoohenehene. 
Mince, v. 1. E kui me ka pahi kui. 

2. ~E hooahaaha. 
Mind, n. 1. Ka naau; ka noonoo. 

2. Manao. Syn. will; thought. 
Mind, v. 1. Ehoolohe; ehaliu. 
2. Malama. Syn. to be careful. 
Mlnd'ful, adj. 1. Ano hoolohe. Syn. 

2. Anomakaala; kuoo. Syn. attentive. 
Mine, pron. No'u; na'u; ko'u; ka'u. 
Mine, n. Lua eli waiwai. Gold mine, 

lua eli gnla. 
MIn'er, n. Kanaka eli waiwai. 
Min'er-al, n. Minerala; pohaku metala. 
Min'er-al'o-gist, n. Kanaka ike ma 

na minerala. 
Min'er-al'o-gy, n. Ka ike no na mine- 
Mm-gle, v. E kaawili pu; e hui pu. 
Mm'i-a-ture, «. 1. Kii makalii i pe- 

2, Mea makalii, ano like. 
Mm'i-mum, n. Haawina emi loa; ha- 

pa uuku loa. 
Min'is-ter, n. 1. Kauwa. Syn. servant-. 

2. Kahunapule. Syn. clergyman. 

3. Kuhina Aupuni. 

4. Kuhina eleie. 

Min'is-ter, v. Elawelawe; e hoolako. 
Min'is-te'ri-al, adj. 1. Oihana kahu- 

2. Oihana kuhina. 
Min'is-tra'tion, v, Ka lawelawe ana. 
Mm'is-try, n. 1. Oihana kahunapule. 

2. Papa o na kuhina. 
MI'nor, n. He keiki ma ke kanawai. 
Mi'nor, adj. Emi iho; uuku iho. 
Mi-nor'i-ty, n. 1. Wa keiki ma ke 

2. Ka hapa uuku. 
Min'strel, n. Mea hookani pila. 
Min'strel-sy, n. Hookani pila; mele; 

poe mele. 
Mint, n 1. Hale hana dala o ke aupuni. 

2. He laau ala. 
Min'u-end, n. Helu hoolawe. 
Mi'nus, adj. Emi. Minus sign, kaha 

Min'ute (min-it), n. 1. He minute. 

2. Moolelo halawai. 
Mi-nute', adj. Uuku loa; makalii. 
Min'ute-gim, n. Pu kanikau. 
Mi-nute'ly, adv. No na mea liilii. 
Mi-nu'ti-ae, n. pi. Na mea liilii. 
Minx, n. Kaikamahine mahaoi. 
Mir'a-ele, n. Hana mana. 
Mi-rae'u-Ioiis, adj. Mana kupaianaha. 
Mire, n. Lepo kelekele; nenelu. 
Mir'ror, n. Aniani nana; he kilo. Syn. 

looking glass. 
Mirth, n. Lealea; olioli. Syn. merri- 
ment; hilarity. 
Mirth'ful, adj. Lea; lealea. Syn. merry; 

Mir-y, adj. Po'hopoho'; kelekele. 
Mis'an-thrope, n. Kanaka nanau. 
Mis'an-throp'ic, adj. Nanau. 
Mis-an'tliro-py, w. Naau nanau; alo- 
ha ole i kanaka. 
Mis-ap'pli-ca'tion, n. Ka pili pono 

ole; pili hewa. 
Mis'ap-ply' v. E hoopili hewa; e hoo- 

lilo hewa. 
Mis-ap'pre-hend', v. E kuhihewa. 

Syn. misunderstand. 
Mis-ap'pre~hen'sion, n. Kekuhikewa. 

Syn. misunderstanding. 
Mis'be-€ome', v. Ku pono ole; kohu 

Mis'be-have', v. E hana pono ole. 
Mis'be-hav'ior, v. Hana kupono ole, 

Syn. misconduct. 
Mis-cal'cu-late, v. E noonoo hewa. 
Mis-call', v. Ekapahewa. 
Mis-caVry, v. 1. E ko pono ole. 

2. E hala hi. 
Mls'cel-la'ne-oiis, adj. Kela me keia. 
MIs'<?el-la-ny, n. Kela me keia manao 

i pai ia. 
Mis-chance', n. Kuhihewa; poino. 

Syn. misfortune. 
Mis'chief (ehif), n. 1. Hana apa; ma- 

2. Hana kolohe. 

3. Poho'; x>oino. Syn. damage. 




Mis'chiev-oiis, adj. Mahaoi; kolohe; 

Mis'«on-«ēive' } v. E kuhihewa. Syn. 

Mis'«on-cep'tion, n. Ke kuhihewa. 

Mis-€on'dnct, n. Ka hewa o ka hana. 
Syn. misbehavior. 

Mis'con-strue'tion, n. Wehewehe he- 

Mis'con-strue', v. E wehewehe hewa. 

Mis'cre-ant, n. ICanaka kolohe loa. 

Mis-deed', n. Hana kolohe, 

Mis'de-mean'or, v. 1. Hana hewa. 
2. Ofeni ma ke kanawai. Syn. offense. 

Mis'di-reet', v. 1. E kuhikuhi hewa. 
2. E kakau hewa. 

Mis'em-ploy', v. E lawelawe hewa. 

Mi'ser, n. Kanaka pi; kanaka puniwai- 
wai; alunu. 

Mis'er-a-ble, adj. Oki loa. 

Mis'er-a-bly, adv. Oki loa. 

Mī'ger-ly, adv. Pi; alunu; puniwaiwai. 

Mis'er-y, n. Luuluu; okiloa; ehaeha. 
distress ; wretchedness. 

Mis-for'tune, n. Poino ; popilikia. Syn. 

Mis-give', v. E haohao; kanalua. Syn. 

Mis-giv'ing, n. He kanalua. Syn. 

Mis-gov'ern, v. E hoomalu pono ole. 

Mis-guide', i?. E alakai hewa. Syn. 

Mis'hap, n» Pilikia ulia wale. Syn. 

Mis'im-jjrove', v. E lawelawe hewa. 
Syn. misuse. 

Mis 'in- form', v. E hai hewa; e hoaka- 
ka hewa. 

Mis'in-ter'pret, v. E unuhi hewa; we- 
hewehe hewa. 

Mis-judge', v. E hooholo hewa i ka 

Mis-lay', v, E waiho wale aku. Syn. 

Mis-lead', v, E alakai hewa. Syn. mis- 

Mis-mān'āge, v. E hooko pono ole. 

Mis-m an'age-ment, n. Ka hooko po- 
no ole ana. 

Mis-naine', v. E kapa hewa. 

Mis-no'mer, n. He moa kupuno ole. 

Mis-place', v. E waiho ma kahi kupono 
ole. Misplaced confidence, paulele ma 
ka mea kupono ole. 

Mis-print', n. Pai hewa. 

Mis'pro-nounce% v. E puana hewa. 

Mis'pro-nun'ci-a'tion, n. Ka puana 
hewa ana. 

Mis-quote', v. E hai like ole me ka 

Mis-rep're-sent', v. E hoike hewa. 

Mis-rule', n~. Haunaele; malu ole. 

Miss, n. 1. Wahine mare ole. 

2. He haule. A miss in spelling, he 
haule ma ke pela ana. 

3. Halahi. A miss in firing, halahi ma 
ke ki pu ana. 

Miss, v. E haule. Miss an opportunity, 

e haule ka wa k upno. 
Mis'sile, n. He mea hoolei; mea ki. 
MIs'sing, adj. Nalo; haule. 
Mis'sion, n.. 1. He hana i hoounaia e 


2. He poe i hoouna ia no kekahi hana. 
Mis'sion-a'ry, n. Misionari ; elele o ka 

Mls'slve, n. He palapala hoouna. 
Mis-spell', v. E pela hewa; e hookui- 

kui hewa. 
Mis-spend', v. E hoomaunauna; e 

uhauha. Syn. waste. 
Mis-state', v. E hai hewa; hoakaka 

Mis-state'ment, n» He hooakaka hewa. 
Mist, n. Henoe; u'-a liilii. 
Mis- take', n. Kuhihewa; lalau. 
Mis-tak'en, adj, Kuhihewa. If I am 

not mistaken, i ole au e kuhihewa; or, 

ke ole au e kuhihewa, 
Mis'trans-la'tion, n. Olelo i unuhi 

hewa ia, 
Mis'tress, n* 1. Wahine mare. 

2. Wahine poo oihana. 

3. School mistress, kumukula wahine. 
Mis-trust', v. E kanalua; e haohao. 

Syn. doubt; suspect. 
Mis-trust'ful, adj. Kanalua. Syn. 

Mist'y, adj. Paa i ka noe. 
Mis-iin'der-stand', v. E maopopo ole. 
Mis-un'der-stand'ing, n. He kumu o 

ke kuhihewa. 
Mis-us'age, n. Ka lawelawe hewa. 
Mis-use', v. E lawelawe hewa; e hana 

pono ole. 
Mite, n. 1. He huna. 

2. Mea kolo makalii loa. 
Mi'tre, n. 1. Papale bihopa. 

2. He hookui lepe i na apana laati 


MJ'tre'J •• Ehookmlepe. 

Mi'ter-box, n. Pahu oki lepe. 

Mit'i-gate, v. E hoemi eha. Syn. al- 

Mlt'i-ga'tion, n. Ka hooemi ana. 

Mit'ten, n. Mikini lima. 

Mit'ti-mus, n. Palapala hoopaa Jawe- 

Mix, v. 1. E kawili pu; e hoohui. Syn. 
2. E hoohuikau. 

Mix'ture, n. Ka mea i kawili pu ia. 

Mlz'zen-mast, n. Kia hope. 

Moan, v. E uhu' ; e uwe. 

Moat, n. He auwaha hohonu e hoo- 
puni ana i ka pa-kaua. 

Mob, n. He uluaoa; poe hoohaunaele. 

Mo'bile, adj. Onion! ; luliluh". 

Moe'ca-sin, n. Kamaa inikini. 

Moelc, v. E hoomaewaewa. Syn. ridi- 

Mode, n. Ano. The prevailing mode, ke 
ano i ike mau ia nei. Syn. manner, 

Mtfd'el, n. He ana hoohalike 




Mtfd'el, v. E liana i like. 
Mod'er-ate, v. E hooemi. Moderate 

your desires, e hooemi i kou mau kuko. 
Mod'er-ate, adj. Kuporio. A moderate 

wind, he makani kupono. 
Mod'er-a/tion, n. AkahaL 
Mod'er-a'tor, n. Luna hoomalu. 
Mod'ern, adj. No keia au; no keia wa. 
Mod'est, adj. Akahai. 
M6d'est-ly, adv. Me ke akahai. 
Mod/es-ty,n. Ke ano akahai. 
Mod-i-€um, n. Wahi lihi iki; wahi 

hapa uuku. 
Mod'i-fi-^a'tion, n. Kahoo-ano e ana; 

hoololi ana. 
Mod'i-fy, v. 1. E hoo-ano e. Syn. 


2. E hooemi. Syn. moderate. 
Mod'u-late, v. E hoololi i ka leo. 
Mod'u-la/tion, n. Ka hoololi ana i ka 

Mo-ham'me-dan,w. He, Mahometa. 
Moi'e-ty, n. He hapa-lua; kekahi o na 

hapa like elua. 
Moist, ad?". 1. Ma-u'; kokoou; kawa'u. 

2. Moist outside as dried meat, etc., pi- 
kalikali; pilalilali. 

Moist'en, v. E hoo-ma-u'. 
Moist'ure, n. Kawa'u. 
Molar, n. Niho nui. 
Mo-las'ses, n. Molakeke. 
Mold, / _ 1. Lepomomona. 
Mould, S 2. Punahelu. 

3. He ana, no ka hooheehee metala. 
Mold, I 1. E hana. Syn. make. 
Mould, \ 2. E hana metala ma ka 

hooheehee ana. 

3. E popo. Syn. decay. 
Mold-y, adj. Punahelu. 
Mo-lesf, v. E hoo-mea; hoopilikia. 
Mdl'es-ta'tion, n. Ke keakea ana; hoo- 
pilikia ana. 
Mol'i-fy, v. E hooluolu; hoo-maalili. 

S_yn. appease. 
Mo'naent, n. 1. Wa pokole loa 

2. Ano nui. Syn. importance. 
Mo'ment-a'ri-ly, adv. I keia wa koke 

Mo'ment-a'ry, adj. Kuhewa; no ka 

wa pokole. 
Mo-ment'oiis, adj. Ano nui; koikoi. 

Syn. important. 
Mp-ment'um, n. Kanee ana. 
Mon'areh, n. He Moi. Syn. sovereign. 
Mo-narch/ic-al, adj. Moi. Monarchi- 
cal government, aupuni moi. 
Mon'arcli-y, n. 1. Ohana moi. 

2. Aupuni moi. 
Mon'as-ter'y, n. Hale o ka poe mone- 

Mon'day, n. Monede; poakahi. 
Mon'e-ta'ry, adj. Pili i ke dala. 
Mon'ey, n. Dala. 
Mon'eyed (mun'Id), adj. 1. Lako i na 


2. Lala. Moneyed interests, na pomai- 

kai dala. 

Mon'ey-less, adj. Dala ole. Syn. penni- 
Mon'ey-inat'ter, n. Mea pili i ke dala. 

Mon'ey-or'der, n. Palapala kikoo dala. 

Mon'i-tor, n. Kumu-ao. 

Monk, n. Kanaka haipule, noho meha- 
meha; moneka. 

Mon'key, n. He keko. 

Mon'o-chro-mat'ie, adj. Waihooluu 

Mo-nog'a-my, n. Ka hiki ana ke mare 
i hookahi wale no wahine. 

Mon'o-gram, n. Na hua mua o ka 
inoa i kuawili pu ia. 

M6n'o-mā/ni-a, n. Ke ano noonoo 
pupule ma ke kumu hookahi wale no, 
pololei ka noonoo ma na mea e. 

Mon'o-mā'ni-ae, n. Mea i pupule ma 
kekahi mea. 

Mo-nop'o-lize, v. E lawe pau loa. 

Mo-n6p'o-ly, n. Ka pono a pau o ke- 
kahi mea, a waiwai paha. 

Mon'o-syl'la-ble, n. Hua olelo mama- 
la hookahi. 

Mdxi/o-frhe'Ism, n. Ka manaoio ike 
akua hookahi. 

Mon'o-tone, n. Leo kahi; leo kauo. 

Mo-not'o-noiis, adj. Luhi, no ka hana 
mau. _ 

Mon-soon', n. He makani ma ka mo- 
ana Inia. 

Monaster, n. Meaweliweli. A monster of 
iniquity, he mea weliweli ma ka hana 

Mon'stroiis, adj. "Weliweli. 

Month, n. He mahina; malama. 

Monthly, adv. Keia me keia mahina. 

Mon'u-ment, w. Kiahoomanao. 

Mood, n. Ano. Pleasant meod, ano olu- 

Mood'y, adj. Nunuha. Syn. sullen. 

Moon, n. Mahina. 

Moon'liglit, ) Malamalama o ka 

Moon-sliIne,i * mahina. 

Moor, v. E hoopaa moku i ka uwapo. 

Mopr'ings, n. Na lako hoopaa moku. 

Moot, v. Epaio. Syn. debate. 

Mop, n. Welu holoi papa. 

Mop'board, n. Pajia pale o ke keena. 

Mōpe, v. E noho wale; e loma. Syn. 
to idle. 

Mor'al, n. Olelo ao. 

Mor'al, adj. Hoopono; noho pono. 

Ma-ral'i-ty, n. Ka noho pono ; ka hoo- 

Mor'al-ize, V E hoopuka i olelo ao. 

Moth'er-wit, n. Noili; maiele. 

Mor'als, n. pi. Na ano hoopono o keia 

Mo-rass'j n. Aina po'hopoho'. Syn. 

Mor'bid, adj. Mai. Morbid state of 
mind, mm. ma ka naau. 

More-o'ver, adv. Eia hoi; eia hou. 
Syn. furthermore. 


n. Kakahiaka. 




'Mo-rose', adj. Nainai; nunuha. Syn. 

sullen ; crabbed. 
Mo-rose'ness, n. Ano nunuha; ano 

Mor'row, n. Apopo. 
Mor'sel, n. Hu'na; wahi hakina iM. 
Mor'tal, adj. E make ana; e make ai. 

A mortal wound, he eha e make ai. 
Mor'tal, n. He kanaka. 
Mor-taPi-ty, n. Ka make ana, 
M6r'tal-ly, adv. E make ai. Syn„ 

Mor'tar, n. 1. Puna hamo. 

2. Ipu kui laau lapaau. 

3. Pu ki poka' pahu'. 
Mort'g-age (mor'gage), n. Moraki; 

palapala hoopaa waiwai. 

Mort'ga-g-ee', n. Ka mea nana ka 

Mort'ga-ger, n. Mea moraki waiwai. 

M6r'ti-fi-eā'tion, n. Palaho. 
2. Hilahila. Syn. shame. 

M6r'ti-fy, v. 1. E palaho. 
2. E hoohilahila, Syn. put to shame. 

Mor'tise, n. He puka ho'le. 

Mos-quFto (mus-ke'to), n. Makika. 

Moss, n. Limu. 

Moss'y, adj. Paa i ka limu. 

Mote, n. He pula. 

Moth, n. He mu. 

Moth'er, n. 1. Mahuahine. 
2. Linalina vinika. 

Moth/er-less, adj. Makuahine ole. 

Moth/er-ly, adj. Makuahine. Mother- 
ly love, aloha makuahine. 

Moth'er- wit, n. Noili; maiele. 

Mo'tion, n. 1. Motio; ka nee ana. 

2. Motion of wings, kapalili ana o na 

3. Motion of the blood, ka pana ana o 
ke koko. 

4. He manao. To make a motion, e 
waiho mai i manao. To second a mo- 
tion, e kokua i ka manao. 

5. Motion of the hands, ka paipai ana o 
na lima. 

Mo'tion-less, adj. Oni ole; malie. 
Mo'tive, n. Ke kumu e hana ai. 
Mo'tive-pow'er, n. Ka mana hoo-nee. 
Mo'tor, n. Ka mana e nee ai. 
Mot'to, n. Olelo hoopili. 
Mound, tt. Hepuu; he ahua. 
Mount, v. 1. E pii. 

2. E ee. Mount a horse, ee maluna o 
ka lio. 

3. Mount a picture, e hookomo ke kii 
ma kona pahu. 

4. Mount guard, e hoonoho i kiai. 
Mountain, n. Mauna; kuahiwi. 
Mount'ain-eer', n. Kanaka o kuahiwi. 
Mount'ain-eer'ing, n. Ka maa i ka 

pii kuahiwi. 
Mount'ain-ous, adj. Mauna. 
Mount'ain-top, n. Wekiu o ka mauna; 

piko o ka mauna; kualono. 
Mount'e-bank, n. Poe akena wale. 

Syn. quack. 
Mourn, v, E kanikau ; e kaniuhu ; uwe. 

Monrn'er, n m Mea kanikau. 
Mourn'ful, adj. Luuluu; kaumaha. 
Mourn'ing, n. 1. Uwe; kanikau; ku- 


2. Lole kanikau. 
Mouse, n. Iole liilii. 
Mous'er, n. Mea hopu iolc; Popoki. 
Mous-tache' (m&s-tash'), n. Umiumi 

o ka lehelehe. 
Mouth, n. 1. Waha. 

2. Nuku. Mouth of a river, ka nukuo 

ka muliwai. 
Mouth' ful, n. He piha waha; he olopu. 
Mouth'piece, n. 1. He wahaolelo. 

Syn. spokesman. 

2. Mea paa i ka waha. 
Mov'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoonee ia. 
Move, v. 1. E nee; hoo-nee. 

2. E manao. Move an adjournment, e 
manao e hoopanee. 

3. E hoolalelale. Syn. stir up. 
Movement, n. 1. Ka nee ana. 

2. Ka hana ana. 

3. Ka naha ana o ka laau. 
Mov'er, n. 1. Ka mea e nee ana. 

2. Mea hapai manao, a olelo hooholo 
paha. The mover of a resolution, ka 
mea e hapai ana i ka olelo hooholo. 

Mov'ing,. adj. 1. E nee ana. A mov- 
ing body, he kino nee. 
2. Hooala manao. A moving speech, 
he haiolelo hooala manao. 

Mow, v. E oki me ka pahi mauu; e oki 
me ka mikini. 

Mow'er, n. Mea oki mauu; mikini oki 

Much, adv. or adj. Nui; makena. 

Mu'ci-lage, n. Wai hoopipili. 

Muck, n. Opala pilau^ 

Mu'cus, w. Wale; hupe'. 

Mud, n. Kelekele. 

Mud'dle, n. Kuawili o ka noonoo. 

Mud'dy, adj. 1. Paele i ka lepo. Mud- 
dy shoes, kamaa paele i ka lepo. 
2. Kelekele. Muddy roads, alanui ke- 

Muff, n. Huluhulu hoopumehana i na 

Muffler, n. Kaei hoomahana i ke poo 
me ka a-i. 

Mug, n. Kiaha pohaku. 

Mu-lat'to, n. He hapa nika. 

Mul'ber-ry, n. Laau lau lole; laau si- 

Mulct, v. E kau i ka uku hoopai. Syn. 

Mule, n. Hoki. 

Mu'let-eer', n. Kahu hoki. 

Mul'ish, adj Oolea; nunuha. Syn. 

Mul'let,w. He i'-a; ke anae; amaama. 

Mul'ti-fa'ri-ous, adj. Lehulehu o na 

Mul'ti-ple, n. Helu komo ia. 

Mftl'ti-pli-eand', n. Helu hoonui ia. 

Mul'ti-pli-ca'tion, n. Ka hoonui. 

Mul'ti-plic'i-ty, n. Ka lehulehu o na 




Mul'ti-pli'er, n, Helu hoonui. 
MuPti-ply, v. E hoonui; e hoomahua- 

hua., n. Heluna nui; ka lehu- 

Mam, adj. Mumule. 
MuDn'ble, v. E nokenoke. 
Mumps, n. Mai pcliu ma ka papalina. 
Muncli, v. E naunau. 
Mim'dane, adj. No kalionua. 
Mu-nic'i-paX* adj. Pili i ke kulana- 

kauhale. Municipal government, ka 

hoomalu ana o kc kulanakauhale. 
Mu-iiic'i-paFi-ty, n. Kau wahi o ke 

Mu-ni Pi-cent, adj. Manawalea; loko- 

maikai. ~Syn. liberal ; bountiful. 
Mu-ni'tion, n. Lako kau a. 
Mur'der, n. Pepehi kanaka ine ka ma- 

nao ino. 
Mur'der-er» n. Kanaka pepehi kanaka. 
Mui'der-ous, adj. Make. Murderous 

tueapon, mea e make ai. 
Murk'y, adj. Pouliuli. 
Mnr'mur, v. 1. E ohumu; e hoohala- 


2. E oeoe. 
Mus'ele, n. I'-o; i'-o huki. 
Mus'eu-lar, adj. Puipui; ikaika. Syn. 

Muse, v. E nalu Iho; e mumuli. Syn. 

Mu-se'um, n. Waihona meahoikeike; 

Mu'sie, n. Melc; memele; leomele. 
Mu'sie-al, adj. 1. Melc; hookani. Musi- 
cal instruments, mea hookani. 

2. Ake mele. A musical mind, he naau 

ake mele. 
Mu-si'cian, n. 1. Mea hookani pi la. 

2. "Mea haku mele. Syn. composer. 
Miks'ket, n. Pu ki-poohiwi. 
Mus'ket-eer', n. Koa halihali pu ki- 

M&s'ket-ry, n. Na pu ki-pooMwi o ke- 

la me keia ano. 

Miisk'mel'on, n. Ipu ala. 
Mus'lin, n. Lole makalena. 
Mus'sul-man, n. He Mahometa. Syn. 

Must, aux. v. He mea pono. 
Mus'tai'd, n. Hua makeke. 
Mus'ter, v._ E hoakoakoa. Syn. collect. 
Mus'ter-roll, n. Papa inoa o ka puali 

Must'y, adj. Paa i ka punahelu; pou'- 

Mu'ta-bll'i-ty, n. Ano hee; ano pau 

wale ; loli wale. 
Mu'ta-ble, adj. Loli wale ; muhee. Syn. 

Mu~ta'tion, n. Ka loli ana. Syn. change. 
Mute, adj. Aa; kuli; leo ole. Syn. 

Mu'ti-late, v. E oki ino; e hooiuumu- 

Mu'ti-la'tion, n. Ka oki ino ana. 
Mū'ti-neer'> n. Koa kipi; luina hoole 

Mu'ti-noiis, adj. Kipi; hoole hana. 
Mu'ti-ny, n. Ke kipi o na koa, a o na 

luina paha. 
Mut-ter, v. E ohumu; e namunamu. 
Mut'ton, n. I'-o hipa. 
Mu'tu-al, adj. Like; kaulike. Mutual 

love, aloha like. Mutual benefit, pomai- 

kai kaulike. 
Mu'tu-al-ly, adv. Like. Mutually ben- 
efited, pomaikai like. 
Muz'zle, n. Nuku. Muzzle of the ox., 

ka nuku o ka bipi kauo 
Muz-zle, v. E hoa i ka nuku, a ihu pa- 
Myr'i-ad, n. Manomano; lehuiehu. 
My-self, pron. Owau no. 
Mys-te'ri-ous, adj. Eehia; nalo; po- 

Mys'te-ry, n. Meapohihihi; mea eehia. 
Mys'ti-fy/v. E hoopohihihi wale. 
Mytb, n. He kaao o ka wa kahiko. 
My-tlidl'o-gry, n. Na kaao e pili ana i 

na akua o ka wa kahiko. 


Nab, v. E hopu. Syn. sieze. To nab 
a thief, e hopu i ka aihue. 

Na'bob, n. 1. He kiaaina ma Inia. 
2. Kanaka waiwai koikoi 

Nag, n. He lio. 

Nail, n. 1. Kui kakia. 
2. Maiuu; mikiau. 

Nail, v. E kakia kui. 

Nail'brusk, n. Balaki hoomaemae mi- 

Na'ked, adj. Olohelohe; kohana. 
Na'ked-ness, n. He olohelohe; kohana. 
Name, n. He inoa. To make a name, 

e hookaulana ai i ka inoa. 
Name, v E hai i ka inoa; e kahea inoa; 

e haawi i inoa. 
Nameless, adj. Inoa ole. 
Name'ly, adv. Oia hoi. 
Name'sake, n. He poe inoa like. 
Nap, n. Kuluhiamoe; hiamoe iki 




Nāpe, n. Ke ami o ka a-i'. 

Nap' kin, n. Kawele lima no ka papa- 

Nar-eot'ie, n. Laau hoohiamoe. 
Nar-rate', v. E hai; e haku; eolelo. 

Syn. relate. 
Nar'ra-tive, n. Kaao; moolelo. Syn. 

Nar-ra'tor, n. He haku kaao ; mea na- 
na e hai. 
Nar'ro w, adj. Ololi ; haiki ; pilikia. 
Nar'row-ly, adv. 1. Mahunehune. 

Narrowly escaped, pakele mahunehune. 

Syn. barely. 

2. Pono loa. Syn. closely. Narrowly 

watched, kiai pono loa ia. 
Nar'rows, n. He kowa. Syn. strait. 
Na'sal, adj. No ka ihu. Nasal tones, 

leo kani no ka ihu. 
Nas'cent, adj. Hoomaka ulu; hoomaka 

Nas'ty, adj. Pelapela; haukae. 
Na'tal, adj. Hanau. Natal day, la ha- 

Na'tion, n. Lahui; aupuni. 
Na'tlon-al, adj. No ke aupuni. Na- 
tional holiday, la kulaia o ke aupuni. 
Na/tlon-al'i-ty, n. Lahui. Of what 

nationality? No ka lahui hea. 
Na-tive, adj. Maoli. A native man, he 

kanaka maoli. 

2. Native land, one hanau. 
Na-tiv'i-ty, n. Ka hanau ana. Land 

of Ms nativity, one hanau. 
Nat'u-ral, adj. 1. Maoli; honu'a. 

2. Kupono l ke ano mau. 
Nat'u-ral-ist, n. Kanaka imi ma ke 

ano o na mea ulu me na holoholona. 
Nat'u-ral-Ize, v. E hoo-ku'pa. 
Nat'u-ral-ly, adv. Maoli. Naturally 

so, pela maolo no. 
Nat'ure, n. 1. Ke ao nei. Nature's God, 

Ke Akua o ke ao nei. 

2. Na hana o Ke Akua. 

3. Ano maoli. 

4. In a state of nature, like meka wa i 

5. According to nature's laws, e like me 
na kanawai maoli. 

Naught (nawt), He ole. 

N'aught'y, adj. Kolohe;ino. 

Nau'se-a, n. Poluea; liliha; polo'na. 

Nau'se-ate, v. E poluea. 

Nau/se-ous, adj. Hoopailua; liliha. 

Nau'ti-eal, adj. Pili i ka hooholomoku. 

Nau'ti-lus, n. Auwaalalua. 

Na'val, adj. Pili i na moku; naval af- 
fairs, na oihana moku. 

Na'vel, n. Ka piko o ka opu. 

Nav'i-ga-Me, adj. Hiki ke hooholoia 

Nav'i-gate, v. E hooholo moku. 

Nav'i-ga'tion, n. Ka hooholo moku. 
Head of navigation, ka palena o ka hiki 
ke hooholo moku. 

Nav'i-ga'tor, n. Mea hooholo moku. 

Na'vy, n. Au-moku; ulumoku; na mo- 
ku o ke aupuni. 

Neap'tide, n. Kai make. 

Near, adj. Kokoke; kokoke loa. 

Near'ly, adv. Aneane. 

Near- sigh fed, adj. Ike powehiwehi. 

Neat, adj. Mikioi ; aulii ; palawaiki. 

Neb'u-la, n. Huhui hoku mehe ao la i 
ka ike okamaka. 

Nec/es-sa-ries, Na lako ku i ke 
ofa kino. 

Nec'es-sa-ry, adj. Ku pono i ke ola 
kfno. Syn. indispensable. 
2. Kupono. 

Ne-ces'si-tate, v. E kono; e kaohi. 
Syn. compel. 

Ne-ces'si-ty, n. 1. Ka nele. Syn. 

2. Ka mea e pono ai. Air is a neces- 
sity, he mea e pono ai ke ea. 
S. Ka mea i hookauia. Necessity is 
laid upon me, ua hookauia keia maluna 

Nēek, n. A-i'. 

Neek'er-chlef, n. Hainaka' a-i'. 

Neek'lace, n. Lei a-i'. 

Ne-erdPo-gy, n. Papa inoa o ka poe i 

Nee'ro-man'cer, n. Kanaka kilokilo; 
kahuna hoomanamana. Syn. con- 
jurer; sorcerer. 

Need, n. He nele; he mea e pono ai. 
Syn. necessity. 

Need, v. Pilikia no ka nele; e nele. 

Need'ful, adj. E pono ai. Needful sup- 
plies, na lako e pono ai. Syn. neces- 

Nee'dle, n. Kuikele ; kui humuhumu. 

Need'less, adj. Makehewa; waiwai 
ole. Needless expense, lilo makehewa. 
Syn. useless. 

Need'y, adj, Nele; hune; kohana. Syn. 

Needs, n. Na nele; na mea e pono ai. 
Syn. necessities. 

Ne-fa'ri-ous, adj. Hewa loa. 

Neg'a-tiTe, adj. EmL A negative 
quantity, he kuanite emi. Syn. minus. 
2. Negative answer, he pane hoole. 

Neg'a-tive, n. 1. He hoole. The nega- 
tive, ka aoao hoole. 
2. He aniani pai kii pepa. 

Neg-Xeet', v. 1. E waiho wale. Syn. 

2. E haalele wale me ke kokua ole. 
Neglect the family, e haalele wale i ka 
ohana me ke kokua ole. 

Neg-leet'ful, adj. Malama ole; haa- 
lele wale. 

Neg'li-genee, n. Ke ano malarnaole; 
waiho wale. 

Neg'li-gent, adj. Kapulu. Syn. neg- 

Neg'li-gent-ly, adv. Me ke kapulu; 
malama ole. 

Ne-go'ti-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hooliloia. 

Ne-gō'ti-āte, v. 1. E hooholo. Nego- 
tiate a treaty, e hooholo i olelo kuikahi. 
2. E hoolilo. 



Ne-go'ti-a'tion, Ka hooholo ana. Syn c 

2. Ka hana i hooholoia. 

3. Ka hoolilo ana. 
Ne'gress, n. He wahine nika. 
Ne'gro, n. He nika; nege'ro. 
Neigh (nay), E ihihi'. 
Neigh/bor, n. He hoalauna; hoa noho. 
Neigh/bor-ho~6d, n. Kauhale; kahi 

Neigh/bor-ing, a dj. E kokoke ana. 
Ne4gh'bor-ly, adj. Lanna. . 
Neith/er, conj, Aole kela, aole keia; 

aole hoi. 
Ncph/ew (nefu), n. Keikikane o ka 

Herve, n. Aalolo. A man of nerve, lie 

kanaka wiwo ole. A nervous man, he 

kanaka pihoihoi. 
Nerve, v. E aa; e hookomo i ka ikaika 

o ka manao; hooikaika i ka manao. 
Nerve'less, adj. Ikaika ole. 
Nerv'o-jis, adj. Pihoihoi wale; kapalili 

Nerv'oiis-ness, n. Ke ano pihoihoi 

Nest, n. Punana hna. 
Nest'egg, %., Kahuaikoe ma ka pu- 

Nest'le, v. E moe pili pu; e hoopipili 

ma ka moe ana. 
Net, n. 1. He upena. 

2. Heko'ko'. 
Net. adj. Puka. Net gain x waiwai puka. 
Net, v. E puka. Syn. gain. 
Neii-ral'gi-a, n. Hui ma na aa lolo. 
Neu'ter, ) ,. Kaaokoa ; aole no kela 
Neu'tral, \ J' aole no keia. 
Neu-tral'i-ty, n. Ke kaaokoa ana. 
Neu'tral-ize, v. E hoolilo i mea ole. 
Nev'er, adv. Aole loa. 
Nev'er-the-less', adv. Aka nae; aka 

hoi. Syn. yet; however. 
New, adj. Hou. Syn. novel; fresh. 
New-com'er, a. He mea i hiki hou 

New-fan'gled, adj. Ano hou. New- 
fangled notions, na mea ano hou. 
New'ly, adv. Akahi no, Newly arrived, 

a kahi no a hiki mai. Syn. recently. 
News, n. Nu hou. 
News'boy, n. Keiki kuai nupepa. 
News'mong'er, n. Kanaka kuai nu- 

hou ; kuai nupepa. 
News/pa-per, n. He nu-pepa. 
Kews'stand, n. Wahi kuai nupepa. 
Next, adj. Kekahi ae. 
Nib, n. 'Maka kila. 
Nib'ble, v. E nalinali; e namunamu. 
Nice, adj. Aulii; mikioi; hiehie. Syn. 

Nice'ly, adv. Hiehie; eleu. 
Nick, n. 1. He kunrumu. 

2. Nick of time, wa kupono. Syn. the 

right time. 
Nick'el, n. 1. He metala keokeo, ane 

like me ke kala. 

2. He apana dala; elima keneta. 

Mck'naeks, n. Kela mea keia mea 

liilii ano milimili. 
Ni«k'name, n. Inoa kapakapa. 
Niece, n. Ke kaikamahine o ka hoaha- 
Nig'gard, n. Kanaka pi; kanaka ii. 

Syn. miser. 
Nig'gard-ly, adj. Ii. Syn. stingy. 
Nigh (ni), adj. Kokoke. * 
Night, n. Po. 

Night'cap, n. Uhi poo no ka po. 
Night' fall, n. Kauhi mai ana o ka po; 

Night'gown, n. Lole moe. 
Night'ly, adv. I kela po i keia po. 
Night'mare, n. Moe hewa; moe ino. 
Night' watch, v. 1. Kiai po. 

2. Hora kiai o ka po. 
Nim/ble, adj. Kaukaulele; mama. 
Nim'bly, adv. Mama; kaukaulele. 
Nim'bus, n. Luakalai. Syn. halo. 
Nine, adj. Eiwa. 
Nine'fold, adj. Pa-iwa. 
Nine'teen, adj. Umikumamaiwa, 
Nine'ty, adj. Kanaiwa. 
Nlxi/ny. n. Kanaka ike ole. 
Ninth, adj. Hapa-iwa; kaiwa. 
Nip, v. E iniki ; e umiki. Syn. pinch. 
Nip'pers, n. Upa' umiki. 
NIp'ple, n. 1. Maka wai-u. 

2. Gun nipple, maka o ka pu. 
No, adv. Aole. 
No-bil'i-ty, n. 1. Na 'Hi. 

2. Ano koikoi. Nobility of intellect, ke 

ano koikoi o kanaau. 
No'ble, n. He alii 
No'ble, adj. Hanohano; mahaloia; 

hoopono. Syn. illustrious; honorable. 
No'ble-man, n. Syn. noble. 
No'ble-ness, n. Ke ano hanohano; 

ano hoopono. 
No'bly, adv. Maikaimaoli; me ka lo- 

komaikai nui. 
No'bod-y, n. Mea ole; aohe mea. 
Noc-tur'nal, adj. Ma ka po. 
Nod, v. E kunou; e kimoke poo. 
Noise, n. Walaau; kamumu. 
Noise'less, adj. Malie; palanehe. 
Nois/i-ly, adv. Halulu; kamumu; wa- 
Noi'some, adj. Pilau; hauna. Syn. 

Nois'y, adj, Walaau. 
No'mad, n. Kanaka kuewa wale. 
No-mad'ie, adj. Noho paa ole; kuewa. 
No'inen-elat'iire, n. Ke kulana o ke 

hoo-kau inoa. 
Nom/i-nal, adj. Ma ka inoa wale no. 
Nom'i-nal-ly, adv. Ma ka inoa wale 

no. He is nominally the owner, he ona 

no oia ma ka inoa wale no. 
Nom'i-nate, v. E koho inoa; ehookoho. 
Nom'i-na'tion, n. Ke kohoia'na. 
Nom'i-nee', n. Ka inoa i kohoia. 
Non'age, n. Oo ole ma ka kanawai. 
Non'at-tend'anee, n. Ka hele ole 



Non-chal-ance (nong'slial'longs), 

n. Ano mahaoi. 
Non'con-duet'or, n. Meakaiole. Non- 
conductor of heat, mea kai ole i ka wela. 
Non'sjon-form/i-ty, n. Ke kulike ole; 

ka hana like ole. 
Ndn'de-seript, n. Mea i akaka ole ia 

kona ano. 
None (nun), pron. Aole hookahi; aolie. 
Non-en'ti-ty, n. Mea ole loa. *Syn. a 

Non'es-sen'tial, n. He mea ano ole; 

aole ano nui. 
None'such, n. Mea aohe kona lua, 
Non'ex-ist'ence, n. Ka ole loa no. 
Non'f&l-fllFment, n. Ke ko ole ana. 
Non'ob-serv'ance, n; Kekooleana; 

ka mala/ma ole. ~ 
Non-pay ; ment, n. Kaukuole; hoo- 

kaa ole. 
Non'plus, v. E hoo-hoka. 
Non-res/i-dent, n. Mea noho paa ole 

ma kona wahi. 
Non're-sist'anee, n. Ke ku-e A ole. 
Ndn'sense, ». "blelo ano ole; olelo la- 

Non-sen'sie-al, adj. Lapuwale; ano 

Non'suit, n. Hoopau ana o ka hoopii. 
Nood'le, n. Kanaka kaialile; naaupo. 
N©t>k, n. 1. He kuono. 

2^ Kahinalo. 
Io_on, n. Awakea, 

Nōon'tīde| U ' AwaKea * 

Noon'ing, n. Ka hora hoomaha ma ke 

Noose, n. Hepahele; hele; nipuu. 
Nor, conj. Aole hoi. 
Nor'mal, adj. 1. Kulike me na rula; 

na loina. 

2. Ao kumu. Normal school, kula ao 

Nortli, n. Akau. 
North-east*, n. Hikina Akau. 
North/er'ly, adj. Ma ka akau aku. 
North/ern, adj. Akau. 
Nor tihf ward, adv. I ka Akau aku. Re 

went northward, hele Akau aku nei oia. 
"North-west, n. 1. Ke Komohana Akau. 

2. North-west lumber, papa noweki. 
Nose, n. Ihu. 
Nose'g-ay, n. He pu-a' pua. 
Nos'tril, n. Pukaihu. 
Ndt, adv. Aole. 
No'ta-Me, adj. Kaulana. 
No'ta-ry, n. Luna hooia palapala. 
No -taction, n. Ke kakau helu. 
Notch, n. 1. He kumumu; nihomole; 

Syn. nick. 

2. He mawae hohonu mawaena na 

kuahiwi. Syn. gap. 
Note, n. 1. He leta pokole. 

2. Olelo wehewehe ; olelo hoomanao. 
Note, v. 1. E kakau hoomanao. 

2. E noonoo pono. Syn. mark. 
Note'-book, n. Buke kakau hoomanao. 
Not'ed, adj. Kaulana, 

Nothing-, adv. Aohe no ; mea ole. 
No'tice, n. 1. He olelo hoakaka; olelo 


2. E ike. To take no notice, aole no e 

No'tice, v. E nana. Syn. look at. 
No'tige-a-ble, adj. Maopopo i ka ike. 
No'ti-fi-csa'tion, n. Ka hoolaha ana; 

ke kukala ana. 
No'ti'fy, v, E kukala. 
No'tion, n. Manao ulu wale. Syn. fancy. 
No'tion-al, adj. Piha i na nianao ulu 

No'to-ri'e-ty, n. Ke kaulana ino. 
No-to'ri-ous, adj. Kaulana ino; wawa 
- ino. 

No-to'ri-ous-ly, adv. Wawaia. 
No^'with-stand'ing, conj. Aka nae. 

Syn. still. 
Noun, n. He hai-inoa. 
Nourish, v. E hanai; e hoo-ulu. 
Nour'ish-ment, n. Ai mea e ulu ai. 
NoVel, adj. Hou. Syn. new. 
Nov'el, n. Kaao. 
Nov'el-ist, n. Mea haku kaao. 
Nov'el-ty, n. Ke ano hou; kekahi mea 

No-vem/ber, n. Novemaba. 
Nov'Ice, n. Mea maa ole. 
Now, "adv. A no la; i keia wa. 
Now'a-days, adv. I keia mau la. 
No'where, adv. Wahi ole. 
No'wlse, adv. Aole loa. " There shall in 

nowise enter therein," aole s loa ekomo 

malaila. Syn. by no means. 
Nox'ious (nok'shus), adj. Poino ai ke 

Noz'zle, n. Nuku o ka ohewai. 
Nū'«le-us, n. Ke kikowaena kahi e 

uluulu ai na mea e. 
Nude, adj. Olohelohe; kapa ole. Syn. 

Nu'di-ty, n. Ka hune ; olohelohe. Syn. 

Nu'ga~to-ry, adj. Mana ole. 
Niig'get, n. Pohaku metala. 
Nui'sance, w. Heinohaukae; mea hoo- 

pilikia "wale. 
Null and void, n. Noa. 
NuFli-fy, v. E hoo-noa; e lilo i mea 

Numb, adj. Maeele; lolo. 
Num'ber, n. He hela. 
Num'ber-less, adj. Lehulehu wale; 

nui wale. 
Nunib'ness, n. Ka maeele o ke kino. 
Nu'me-ral, n. Hua helu. 
Nu'mer-a'tion, n. Ka helu ana; kanu- 

Nu'mer-a'tor, n. Hoohelu. 
Nu-mer'ie-al, adj. Pili i na helu. 
Nu'mer-ous, adj. Lehulehu; nui. 
Nu'mis-nxat'i^s, n. Ka ike no na ano 

dala maoli i hoopukaia. 
Num'skull, n. Mea naaupo; ike ole. 
Nun, n. He virikini ma ka hoomana 

Nun'ner-y, n. Hale noho no na Yirikini. 




Nttp'tial, n. Mare. Nuptial day, la mare. 
Nup'tials, n. pi. Ka mare aha. Syn. 

Nurse, n. 1. Kahu hanai. 

2. Mea lawelawe no ka poe mai. 
Nurse, v. 1. E hanai. 

2. E malama i ka poe mai. 

3. Nurse wrath, e hoomauhala. 
Nurs'er-y, n. 1. Keena no kamalii. 

2. Kihapai hoo-ulu mea kanu. 

Ntn*t'ure, v. E malama; e lianai; e 

Nut, n. Hua paakiki. 

Nut'-eraek'er, n. Upa wawahi hua paa- 

N&t'meg:, n. Hua ala. 

Nu'tri-anent, n. Ai e pono ai ke ola 
kino. Syn. nourishment. 

Nu-trFtious, adj. Hooikaika. Nutri- 
tious food, ai hooikaika kino. 


Oar, n. Hoe waapa. Steering oar hoe 

O'a-sis, n. Wahi uliuli ma ka wao-one. 

Oat, n. Hua oka. 

Oath, n. Olelo hoohiki. 

Oat'meal, n. Palaoa o ka hua oka. 

OVdu-ra-cy, n. Ano paakiki o ka 

w naau. 

OWdu-rate, adj. Paakiki. Syn. hard; 

O -Tbe'di-ence, n. Ka hoolohe ; malama 

O-be'di-ent, adj. Hoolohe; malama. 

O-bei'sance, n. Ke kulou ana. Syn. 

0-bese', adj. Puipui loa. Syn. cor- 

O-bes'i-ty, n. Ka puipui loa o ke kino. 

O-bey', v. E hoolohe; e malama. 

O-blt'u-a-ry,^ Olelo hoike make. 

Ob'ject, n. 1. Mea ike maka ia. 
2. Mea i kau ia ai ka manao ; ke kumu. 

Ob-jeet', v. E ku-e'; e hoohalahala; 

Ob-jē€'tion, n. Kumu ku-e; kumu 

Ob~jēe'tion-a-Me, adj. Kupono ole; 

Ob-la'tion, n. He mohai. 

Obli-ga^tion, n. 1. Aie'. Syn. debt. 
2. Pono. Parental obligation, ka pono 
a ka makua i ke keiki. 

Ob-lig f a-to-ry, adj. Hi ka pono; he 
pono. The payment of debts is obliga- 
tory, he pono ke hookaa i na aie. 

O-blige', i;. 1. E kaohi; e kono. Syn. 

2. E oluolu. Syn. please. 

3. E kokua. Syn. assist. Oblige me 
with a loan,, e kokua mai i wahi dala. 

O-blig'ing;, adj. Oluolu ; kokua. 

Ob-lique' (ob-llke), adj. Hio'. Ob- 
lique line, kaha hi-o'. 

Ob-liq'ui-ty, n. Ka aui ana mai ka 

Ob-lit'er-ate, v. Eholoiaku; e ana! 

aku. Syn. erface; erase. 
Ob-liv'i-ous, adj. Ike ole mai; poina 
^wale. Syn. forgetful. 
Ob'long, adj. Huina-ha-loa. 
Ob'lo-quy, n. Olelo hoomaewa; olelo 

akiaki. ^ Syn. reproach; calumny. 
Ob-n6x'ious, adj. Ku ole i ka make- 
make; hoowahawahaia. 
O b- scene", adj. Pelapela; haumia. 
Ob-s^en'i-ty, n. Olelo haumia; olelo 

Ob-s«ure', adj. 1. Powehiwehi; mao- 

popo ole. * 

2. Haahaa ; kaulana ole ; ike ole i a. 
Ob-scure'ly, adv. Me ka powehiwehi. 
Ob-seur'i-ty, n. 1. He powehiwehi; 


2. Ka haahaa o ka noho ana; ka ike 
v ole ia'ku. 
Ob'se-quies, n. Na hana o kahoolewa 

kino kupapau. Syn. funeral rites. 
Ob-se'qui-ous, adj. Hoopilimeaai; 

kuapelu wale. 
Ob-serv'a-ble, adj. Noonooia; ikeia. 
Ob-serv'ance, n. Ka malama ana. 
_Syn. the keeping of. 
Ob'ser-va'tion, n. 1. Noonoo pono; 

haka pono. A man of observation, he 

kanaka haka pono. 

2. He olelo. Syn. remark. 
Ob-serv'a-to-ry, n. Hale nana hoku; 

ao-hoku, etc, 
Ob-serve', v. 1. E hakapono; e hakilo, 

Syn. watch narrowly. 

2. E olelo. Syn. remark. 
Ob-serv'er, n t Mea haka pono; mea 
_ hakilo. 

OVso-lete', adj. Ko ka wai hala. 
Ob'sta~«le, n. Kumu keakea; kumu 
w alalai. 
Ob'sti-nate, adj. Hoaano; paakiki; a-i 

Ob-strep-er-oiis, adj. Wahakole; wa- 

hapaa; waha ukele. 




Ob- street', v. E keakea; e alalai. Syn. 

Ob-strue'tion, n. Kumu keakea; ku- 

mu alalai. Syn. hindrance. 
Ob-tain', v. E loaa. Syn. get. 
Ob-tain'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke loaa.', adj. 1. Paakiki ma ka noo- 

noo. Syn. dull. 

2. Obtuse angle, huina peleleu. 
Ob-tuse'ness, n. 1. Ka paakiki o ka 

^ 2. Ka oi ole. 

Ob'vi-ate, v. E hookaaokoa aku; e hoo- 
^kaawale ae. 

Ob'vi-ous, adj. Maopopolea;moakaka. 
„ Syn. evident. 
Ob'vi-ous-ly, adv. Heoiaio; he moa- 

kaka. Syn. clearly; evidently. 
Oe-«a'sion, n. 1. Wa. A suitable oc- 
casion, he wa kupono. Syn. oppor- 

2. Kumu. Give occasion, haawi i 

O^-ea'sion-al, adj. I kekahi wa;ka- 

0«-«a'sion-al-ly, adv. I kekahi wa. 
w Syn. sometimes. 
Oe'ci-dent, n. Ke komohana. Syn. 

Oe'ei-put, n. Panepoo. 
O €-€ill t' >_ adj. Pohihihi ; hunaia. 
Oe'eul-ta/tion, n. Ka nalo ana o ke- 
., kahi ao o ka lani i kekahi ao. 
Oc'eu-pan'^y, Ka noho paa ana 
O e'en- pant, ii. Mea e noho ana. 
Oe'eu-pa'tion, n* Hana; oihana. Syn. 

Oe'en-py, 1. E noho; e komo. Occupy 

a house, e komo i ka hale. 

2. E ko pono; hoopaa pono. Occupy 
the time, ke ko pono i ka manawa. 

3. E paa i ka hana. I am occupied, 
paa wau i ka hana. 

Oe-eur', v. 1. Ikeia; Syn. happen. 
2. Ala inai. The ; thought occured to me, 
ala mai la ka manao iloko o'u. 

Oe-eur'rence He ulia. Syn. inci- 

_ dent. 

0'<s;ean (o'shun/, n. Ka moana. 

Ō-ce~an'i«, aaj. Moana. 

Oe'ta-gon, n. Huina lehulehu, aoao 


Oe-tag'o-nal, adj. Huina ewaln. 

Oe'tave, n. Na leo ewalu o ke mele. 

Oe-ta'vo, n. He buke nona na opi eko- 
lu ike kalana hookahi. 

Oe-to'ber, n. Okatoba. 

Oe'to-ge-na'ri-an, n. Kane a wahine 

w paha l kanawalu ai na makahiki. 

Oe'u-lar, adj. Maka. Ocular demonstra- 

„ Hon, ike maka. 

C«'u-list, n. Kanaka lapaau maka. 

Odd, adj. 1. Like ole ; kaupaewa. 

w 2. Ano e ; ku i ka aka. 

Odd'i-ty, n. Mea ano e; ano e. 

Odd'ly, adv. Ano e. Syn. singularly. 
_, Oddly enough, eia ka mea ano e. 
Odds, n. pi. Ka oi o ka pomaikai. 
O'di-oiis, adj. Inainaia; pelapela; hoo- 

O'di-nm, n. Inaina; huahua. Syn. 
_ hatred; reproach. 

O'dor, n. 1. He ala. Syn. fragrance. 
_2. Hauna; pilau. Syn. offensive odor. 
O'dor-if'er-ousJ ,. 1. Ala. Syn. 

; adj. 

2. Pilau, hauna. 


Of, prep. O; a. 
Off, adv. Aku. 

Of-flnleM n ' ofeni ; hanakolohe. 
Of- fend', v. 1. E ku-e. Offend against 

the laws, e kue i na kanawai. 

2. E hoohuhu; hoonaukiuki. 
Of-fend'er, n. Lawehala. 
Of-fen'slve, adj. 1. Ku-e. 

2. Pilau; ino; hauna. 
v 3. n. Ka aoao hoouka. 
Offer, v. E makaukau e haawi. 
Offer, n. Haawina. 
§ffer~ingf, n. Haawina; mohai. 
Offhand, adv. Me ka makaukau ole e 

Office, n. Oihana; keena oihana. 
Of fi-cer, n. He luna; luna oihana. 
Of-fi'cial, adj. Me ka mana o ka oihana. 
Of-fi'cial, n. Luna. 
Of-fi' ci-ate, v. E hooko mamuli o ka 

Of-fi'cious, adj. Mahaoi; komo wale 

mako haipono. Syn. meddlesome, 
Ofif'ing, n. Mawaho ae o ka moana. 
Off sconr-ing, n. Opala; mea hoowa- 

Offset, v. E pale. Offset a bill, e pale 

i ka bila aie. 
_2, E hoo-kaulike. 
Offspring, n. Na keiki; na mamo 
Oft'en, I , „. 

Qft'en-times,) adv ' Repine. 
Og'le, v. E awihi. Syn. look askance* 
O h ! inter j. Auwe ! 
Oil, n. Aila, 

Oil, v. E kahinu; e hamo me ka aila. 
Oil'eloth, n. Lole hooma-uia i ka aila. 
Oil'eol-or, n. Hooluu i kaawiliia me ka 

OIFy, adj. Me he aila la; paapuika aila, 
Oint'ment, n. Laau hamo; aila poni. 
Old, adj. 1. Kahiko. 

2. Apulu. Syn. worn out, (spoken of 
things only). 

3. Old man, kanaka elemakule. 
_ 4. Old woman, luwahine. 

Old-fash'ioned, adj. No ka wakahi- 


O'le-agr'in-ous, adj. Syn. oily. 

Ol-fae'to-ry, adj. No ka honi. 

Ol'ive, n. He oliva. 




O-me'gr», n. Hua palapala liope o ka 

w olelo Helene. 

Om'e-let, n. Hua moakaawiliia a hoo- 

O/men, n. He ouli; lie hoailona. 
Om/i-noiis, adj. 1. E hoailona ana i 

ka pomaikai. 

2. E hoailona ana i ka poino. 
O-mit', v. E kapai, e waiho. Syn. 
w leaye out. 

Om'ni-bus, n. Kaa nui halihali ohua. 
Om-nip'o-tence, n. Mea maua loa. 
Cm-nip'o-tent, adj. Mana loa. 
Om'ni-preg'ent, adj. Ma na wahi a 

Om-nis'cient, adj. Ike i na mea a pau. 
Om-nlv'o-rofts, acy, Ai i namea a 
u pan, 

On, prep. 1. Maluna. On the horsfi, ma- 
" luna o ka lio. 

2. Ma. On ifte road ,ma ke alanui. 

3. No. On this account x no keia mea. 

4. I. On hearing this, lka loheanai 
v keia. 

On, adv. Imua. Move on, e nee imua. 

Syn. forward. 
One© (wuns), adv. 1. I kekahi wa. 

2." Koke ; a no. Go at once, e hele koke. 
One(w un) , adj. Hookahi ; kekahi. 
One'ness, n. Ka lokahi. 
On/er-oiis, adj. Luhi; kaumaha. Syn. 

heavy; burdensome. 
One-sid'ed, adj. Kapakahi; ewaewa. 
On'ion (un'yun), n. Akaakai. 
On'ly, adj. Wale no. 
On'set, n. Ka hoouka. Syn. assault. 
O'nus, n. Kaumaha. Syn. "burden. 
Cn'ward, adv. Imua. 
Ooze (uze), n. Lepokelekele lahilahi, 
Ooze, v. Ekulu malie; e kahe liilii. 
O-paque' (o-pāk), adj. Paa; Mki ole 
_ i ka malamalama ke komo. 
O'pen, v. 1. E hamama; e wehe. 

2. E mohala. Syn. unfold. 

3. E makili. To open the mind, e hoo- 
_ makili i ka naau. 

O'pen-ing, n. L Puka; wahi hama- 
2. Wahi e komo ai. 

__3. Opening in the woods, kipuka. 

O'pem-ly, adv. Akea. 

6p'er-āte, v. 1. E hana, Syn. work. 

w 2. E n aha, medical. 

Op'er-a'tion, n. 1, Ka hana ana. 

^2. Ka naha' o ka laau. 

Op'er-a-tor, n. Mea lawelawe; mea 

SSLIhS&^i «.Hemalokamaka. 
O'pi-ate, n. Laau hoo-hiamoe. 
O-pīne', v. Manao. Syn. think. 
O-pin'xon, n. He manao. Syn. thought^ 
O-pin'ion-a'ted, adj. Paakiki ma kona 
__ manao iho. 
0'pi-um> n. Opiuma. 

Op-po'nent, n. Mea alai; mea ku-e. 
Op'por-tune', adj. Ku;kupono. Syn 
^timely. ■ 

Op'por-tune'ly, adv. I ka wa kupono. 
Op'por-tu'ni-ty, n. Wa kupono. 
Op-pose', v. E ku-e'; e keakea; e alai 
Op-pos/er, n. Mea ku-e'; mea keakea. 
Op'po-gite, adj. Kupono i ke alo; ku-e. 

Opposite side, aoae kue; keia aoao. 
Op'po-sl'tion, n. 1. Ke ku-e ; ke kea- 

2. The opposition, ka aoao ku-e', 
Op-press', v. E hookaumaha; e hoo- 

Op-pres'sion, n. 1. Hookaumaha; 

hooluhi hewa. 

2. Luuluu; hoii. 
Op-pres'slve, adj. 1. Kaumaha; luhi; 

luuluu. Syn. burdensome. 

2. Oppressive weather, wa wela. 
Op-pres'sor, n. Mea nana e hooluhi. 
Op-pro'bri-ous, adj. Ino. Opprobrious 

language, olelo ino. 
Op-pro'bri-um, n. Hoowahawaha. 
v Syn. disgrace. 

Qp'tie, > ,. No ka maka. Optical 
Op'tie-al, J UU J- delusion, he hihio o 

ka maka. 
Op-ti'cian, n. Kanaka hana i na mea 
w no k a maka. 

Op'ties, n. Ka ike e pili ana i na maka. 
Op'tion, n. Mana koho. Syn. choice. 
Op'tion-al, adj. Hamuli o ka manao. 
Op'u-lence, n. Waiwai nui. Syn. 
w wealth. 

Op'u-lent, adj. Waiwai loa. Syn. 
^ wealthy. 

Or, conj. Paha; i ole. 
Or'a-ole, n. 1. Olelo kuhihewa ole; 

olelo paa. 

2. Kanaka kuhihewa ole; pololei 

3. The oracles of God, na olelo oiaio o 
_ Ke Akua. 

O'ral, adj. Waha. Oral instruction, ao 


Or'an£e, n. Alani. 

O-ra'tion, n. Hai-olelo. 

Or a-tor'ie-al, adj. Hai-olelo» 

Or'a-to-ry, n. Ka hai-olelo. 

Orb, n. Kinopoepoe. Syn. globe. 

Or'bit, n. I. Ke ala hele o na hoku. 

^ 2. Ka lua no na maka. 

Or'cliard, n. Kihapai laau hua. 

Or'ehes-tra, n. Papa puhi ohe. 

Or-dain', v. 1. E kauoha. Syn. de- 
2. E hookahuna. 

Or-de'al, u. He hoao, Syn. trial. 

Or'der, n. 1. He kauoha. Syn. com- 

2. Ka hoonohonoho pono. 

3. Kulana; papa. 

4. Bila kikoo dala. Syn. cheek; draft; 




Or'der, v. E kono; e kena; e kauoha. 

OVder-ly, n. He koa lawelawe no ka 

^ luna koa. 

Or'der'ly, adv. Ano pono; ano maikai. 

Or'di-nance, n. Rula; kauoha; kana- 

^ wai. 

Or'di-na-ri-ly, adv. Ma ke ano man, 

Or'di-na-ry, adj. Ano man; maa. 

Syn. usual; common. 
Or'di-na'tion, n. Ka hookahuna ana. 
Ō r d'nance , n. Na pu-kaua nui. 
Ore, n. Pohaku metala. 
OVgan, n. 1. Pilahookani;ogana. 

2. Nupepa waha. Government organ, 

nupepa waha o ke aupuni. 

8. He lala. An organ of the body, he 

lala o ke kino. 
Or-gan'i€, adj. Pill i ka lala. 
dr'gan-ist, n. Mea nana e hookani 

Or'gan-i-za'tion, n. He hui; ka hoo- 
^ hui ana. 

Or'gan-Ize, v. Ehui; e kukulu i hui. 
Or'gies, n. pi. Na hana u'hau'ha. 
O'ri-ent, n. Ka Hikina. Syn. east. 
O'ri-entfal, adj. No ka Hikina. Syn. 
„ eastern. 

O'ri-en'tal-ist, n. Kanaka i akamai 
w ma na olelo o ka Hikina. 
Or'i-fice, n. Puka hookahe. 
Or-i-giu, n. Ke kumu, 
O-rig'in-al, adj. 1. Mua; kino hou. 

2. Nona iho. Original thought, noo- 

noo nona iho. 
O-rig'i-nal'i-ty, n. Ano hou; ano ma- 

O-rig'i-nate, v. E hookumu. 
O-rig'i-na-tor,^. Mea nana i hooku- 

Or'na-ment, n. Mea e kahiko ax. 
Or'na-ment, v. E kahiko. 
Or'na-ment'al, adj. Kahiko anani. 
O r-na te', adj. Nani ; aulii. 
OVni-tliol'o-gist, n. Kanaka ike no 
Or'ni-tnol'o-gy, n. Ka ike no na ma- 

Or'phan, %. Keiki makua ole. 
Or'tho-dox, adj. Pono ma ka manaoio. 
Or'tho-dox-y, n. Ka pono o ka mana- 
Or'tlio-e-py* n. Ka puana pololei i na 

hua olelo. 
Or-thog'ra-py, n. Ke pela ana i na 
w huaolelo. 
Os'eil-late, v. E lewalewa; ekapalili. 

Syn. vibrate. 
Os'^il-a-to-ry, adj. Lewa; luli; lulilu- 

li. Syn. vibratory. 
6s'«u-late, v. E honi. Syn. kiss. 
Os'se-ous, adj. Me he iwi la. Syjt. 


Qs'si-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka lilo ana i iwL 
Os'si-fy, v. E lilo i iwi. 
Os-ten'si-ble, adj. Hoakakaia; hoi- 

keia. The ostensible reason, ke kumu i 
w hoakakaia. 

Os'ten-ta'tious, adj. Hookahakaha 

Os'tra-cise, v. E kipaku. Syn. banish. 
Ōtih.'er,~adj. 1. E ; e ae. 

2. Ka lua. The one— the other, ka mua, 
. ka lua. 
Oth'er-wlse, adv. L I ole ia. Syn. 

or else. 

2. Ma kekahi ano e ae. Syn. soma 

other way. 
O nglit (awt), v. imp. E pono; kupono. 

Ours ( P rm * Ko kakou; ko makou. 
Our-selves', pron. Kakou iho. 
Oust, v. E hookuke; e kipaku. Syn. 

Out, adv. 1. Iwaho. Out of the house, 

iwaho o ka hale. 
Out-bid', v. E koho kiekie ae. 
Out'break, v. 1. Ka pahu' ana. Syn. 


2. Puupuu ana. Syn. eruption on the 

3. Ke kipi. Syn. insurrection. 
Out'burst, n. Ka poha' ana. 
Out/east, n. He kuewa; aeahaukae. 
Out'ery, n. Uwa; wawa nui. 
Out-do', v. E kela. Syn. excel. 
Out'er-most, adj. Ko waho loa; ma- 

waho loa. 

Out'fit, n. Na lako e pono ai; na mea 

Out'go, n. Ka lilo. 

Out'go-ing, Puka ana iwaho. 

Out-grow', v. E ulu ae, a haalele. 
Outgrow childish habits, e ulu ae, a haa- 
lele i na hana kamalii. 

Out-Her'od, v. E kela loa ma ka loko- 
ino. Out-Herod Herod himself, e kela 
imua o Herode ma ka lokoino. 

Ouf house, n. Hale liilii. 

Out-land'isli, adj. Lalau; hawawa. 

Out-lastf, V» E oi ka paa; e mau aku. 

Ouf law, n. Kanaka mawaho o ka ma- 
in o ke kanawai. 

O uf lay , n. Ka lilo. 

Ouf let, n. Wahi hookahe aku. 

Out'llne, n. Kekahaowaho. 

Out-live', v. E oi ke ola. 

Out-num'ber, v. E oi ka nui; oi ka 

Out'post, n. Kahua kiai, 

Out'pour, v. E ninini; e hookahe. 

Out'rage, v. E powa; e lima ikaika; e 
hana mainoino. 

Out'rage, n. He hana mainoino. 

Out-ra'geotis, adj. Mainoino loa; he- 
wa loa. 

Out-ride', v. E mama ae ma kaholo 

Out/ rld-er, 7i. Poeukali. 




Out'right, adv. A no; koke. Killed 

outright, pepehi koke ia. Syn. immedi- 
Out-run', v. E mama oi. 
Out- sail', v. E oi ma ka holo. 
Out'set, n. Kinohou ; ka lioomaka ana. 
Out-shine', v. 1. E alohilohi a oi. 

2. E oi i ke akamai. Syn. excel, sur- 
Out'side, adv. Mawaho; iwaho. The 

outside, ko waho. 
Out-stand'ing, adj. Kaa ole. Syn. 

Out-stretch', v. 1. E kikoo aku. 

2. E uhola; e hoohola. 
Out-strip', v. E haalele ihope. Syn. 

Out-taJk', v. Kela i ke kamailio. 
Out- vote', v. E puka ma ka balota. 
Out- walk', v. E haalele ihope ma ka 

hele wawae. 
Out' ward, adv. 1. Mawaho; iwaho. 

2. Aku. Outward bound vessels, na 

moku e hele aku ana. 
Out'ward-ly, adv. Ma ko waho. 
Out-wear', v. Oi i ka lawelawe ana. 
Out- weigh', v. E kaumaha ae. 
Out- wit', v. E hoopuni me ka maalea. 
O'val, adj. Hualala. 
Ov'en, n. Imu; oma; umu. 
O'ver, prep. 1, Maluna'e, Syn. above. 

2. Ma o ae; ma kela aoao. Syn. across. 
„ Over and over, kaaihe. 
O'ver-alls, n. Na lole wawae hana, 
O'ver-anx'ious, adj. Pihoihoi pono 

O'ver-awe', v. E hooweliweli; e hoo- 

O'ver-bal'ance, v. JG kaumaha pono 
. ole. 

O'ver-bear'ing, adj. Hookiekie; hoo- 
_ kaumaha. 

O'ver-hoard', adv. Ilokookekai. To 
^.fall overboard, e haule iloko o ke kai. 
O'ver-bur'den, v. E hookaumaha po- 
_no ole. 

O'ver-cast', v. 1. Epouliinaao. 
_2. E humuhumu. 

O'ver-charge, v. E hoo-uku pono ole. 
O'ver- € oat, n. Kuka nui. 
O'ver-eome', v. 1. E lanakila; ehoo- 

pio. Syn. conquer. 
_2. E pio. Syn. conquered. 
O 'ver-do', v. E hana a oi i ka mea ku- 


O'ver-alls, n. Na lolewawae hana. 
O'ver-done', adj. Ahulu. Food over- 

„done, ai ahulu. 

O'ver-draw', v. 1. E kikoo a oi aku i 

ke dala i hoomoeia. 

_2. E hai a oi i ka mea oiaio. 
O'ver-flow', v. E manini; e hu; hu- 


O'rer-grow', v. 2. E hihi wale ma ka 
ulu ana. 

2. An overgrown boy, he keiki hiki wa- 
wemaka ulu ana. 

O'ver-hang', v. E kau pono maluna'e 
_o kepoo. 
O'ver-haul', v. 1. E hull ; e imi no na 

kina. Syn. examine. 
_2. Ehahaialoaa. Syn. overtake. 
O'ver-head', adj. Maluna'e o ke poo. 
O'ver-hear', v. E lohe wale. 
O'ver-joyed', p. p. Piha i ka hauoli. 
O'ver-land, adj. Makaaina. 
O'ver-lay', v. E hamo; e hoohola. 
O'ver- leap', v. 1. E lele maluna ae. 
2. E lanakila ae. Overleap all ob- 
stacles, e lanakila maluna'e o na pili- 

O'ver-load', v. E hoopiha pono ole; 
„e hoopiha loa. 
0'ver-lot>k', v. 1. E kiai; ehoopono- 

pono. Syn. oversee. 
_2. E waiho me ka hoopai ole. 
O'ver-match/, v. E ikaika ae maluna. 
O'ver-night', adv. A hala ka po. 
O'ver-per-suade', v. E kauo i ka ma« 

O'ver-pliks', n. Ke koena i koe. Syn. 

O'ver-pow'er, v. E hoopio; e pio, 
_Syn. overcome. 

O'ver-rate', v. E manao nui kupono 
ole; e koho nui kupono ole. He over- 
rates^ his strength, koho nui kupono ole 
oia i kona ikaika. He overrates Ms 
abilities, manao nui kupono ole oia i, 
_ kona akamai. 

O'ver-reach', v. E hoopuni wale. 
O'ver-rule', 1. E hooholo ku-e'. 
_2. E hoomalu. 

OVer-rtin', v. E uhi paapu; e hooholo 

O'ver-see', v. E hooponopono. 
O'ver-seer', n. Luna; luna hoopono- 
O'ver-set', v. E kahuli; e hanini. 

O'ver-shad'ow, v. E kau mai ka ma- 

_lumalu. _ 

O'ver-shoot', v. 1. E hala ka maka ma 
kekiana; halahi. 

_2. E kela imua o ka mea kupono ' 
O'ver-sight, n. 1. Palaka. 

_2. Ka hooponopono ana. 
O'ver-sleep', v. E hiamoe loa. 
O'ver-spread', v. E uhi; e uhola; ho- 


O'ver-step', v. E hoohala i ka mea ku- 

O f v< 

'ver-stdek', v. E hoopiha loa a pono 


O ' ver-s train', v. E hooikaika ino. Syn. 

_ overtask. 

O-vert', adj. Akea, Syn. open to view. 

O'ver-take', v. E hahai a loaa. 

O 'ver-task', v E hooluhi pono ole. 

Ō'vert-ūre, n. 1. E waiho mai i ma- 
nao. Syn. proposal; offer. 
2, He mele hoomaka. 




O'ver-tiirn', v. E hooauhmli: hooka- 

O'ver-ween'ing, adj. 1. Nui pono 

ole. Overweening ambition, ake nui 

pono ole o ka naau. 
_2, Hookano. Syn. arrogant. 
Over-whelm', v. E popoi. Troubles 

overwhelm, popoi mai na popilikia. 

2. Pauhia. Overwhelmed with worA:, pau- 
hia i ka hana. 

3. E piho; palemo. Overwhelmed in 
_ the sea, palemo ma ka moana 
O'ver-work', n. Hana luhi loa. 
O'ver- wrought' (rawt), p p. Oi ku- 

pono ole ma ka hana, a ma ka noonoo 
pah a. Overwrought imagination, he hi- 

_hio pono ole o ka noonoo. 

Owe (o), v, E aie. 

Ow'ing: to, p. a. No. On account of; 

owing to various reasons, no na kumu he 

Owl, n. Puueo. 

Owl'ish, adj. Me he puueo la. 
Own, adj. Ponoi'. 

Own, v. 1. E loaa. To own a horse, e 

loaa i liOc 
_2. E ae. Syn. confess. 
Own'er, n. Kameanona. The owner 

of the horse, ka mea nona ka lio. 
Ox, n, Bipi kauo. 
Ox'en, n. pL Na hipi kauo. 
Ox'y-gren, n . Ea mama, mea e pono ai 

ke ola kino. 
Oys'ter, n, Olepe. 

Pace, n. Kikoo wawae; he ana, ekolu 
Pa'cer, n. Lio holo peke. 
Pa-cif ie, adj. Oluolu; lai; malie. Syn. 

mild ; peaceful. 
Pac'i-fy, v. E hoo-na'; hooluolu; hoo- 

Pack, n. 1. Hehaawe. 

2. Hepu-a'. 
Pack, v. 1. E hoo-o; e hao. Pack a 

trunk, e hao i ka pahu. 

2. E hookikina. 
Pack' age, n. 1. He puolo: he ope. 

2. Pahu. 
Paek'et, n. 1. Puolo liilii. 

2. Moku kalepa. 
Paek'horse, n. Lio hoo-unauna. 
Paek'sad'dle, n. Noho lio hoo-unauna. 
Pack' thread, n. Lopinakii puolo. 
Pad, n. Uluna liilii. 
Pad'dle, n. Hoe waa. 
Pad' die, v. E hoe. 
Pad'doek, n. Pa holoholona. 
Pad'loek, n. Lakalou. 
Pae'an, n. Mele hoonani. 
Pa'gan, n. Pegana; kanaka hoomana- 
Pa'gan-Ism, n. Hoomanakii. 
Page, n. 1. Aoao. 

2. Keiki lawelawe no ka poe Hano- 


pl'feaSt'-ry,! *" Hoike hookahakaha. 
Pa-go'da, w. Heiau hoomanakii ma ka 

Pāil, n. Bakeke. 
P ail'ful, n. Piha bakeke. 
Pain, n. Eha; hui ; ehaeha. 

Paln'ful, adj. 1. Hui; eha. 

2. Kaumaha; luuluu. Syn. sorrowful. 
Pain'ful-ly, adv. Ehaeha; luuluu; 

Pain'less, adj. Eha ole. 
Pains, Ke akahele; ano mikioi. 

To take pains, e akahele loa. 
Paint, n. He pena. 
Paint, v. 1. E hamo pena. 

2. E pena kii. 

3. Paint one's cheeks for beauty, nou- 

Paint'er, n. 1. Mea hamo pena. 

2. Mea pena kii. 

3. Kaula hoopaa waapa. 
Paint'ing, n. Kii i penaia. 

Pair, n. He pa. A pair of shoes, he pa 

Pair, v. E kaulua. 
Pal'ace, n. Hale nui a nani. 

Pa-lān-keen'? M xr~_, ,„ 

Pa-lan-qnin' \ n - He manele. 
Pal'at-a-ble, adj. Ono, ke ai. 
Pal'ate, n. Kileo. 
Pa-la'tial, adj. Kamahao. A palatial 

residence, he hale noho kamahao. 
Pa-la'ver, n. Walaau; he kuka' pu. 
Pale, adj. Haikea; hakeakea. 
Pale, n. 1. He laau pa. 

2. Wahi hoopuniia. 
Pale'ness, n, {From sickness.) Lana- 

Pal'ettej n. Papa kaawili pena no ka 

pena kii. 
Pal'ing, n. Laau pa. 
Pall, n. Kapa uhi kupapau. 
Pall, v. Ono ole ; liliha. 




Pal-la'di-xim, n. Hepa-kaua; hepmi- 
honua. The purity of the ballot the pal- 
ladium of our political rights, ka maka- 
mae o ke koho balota ka puuhomia ia 

o ko kakou pono aupuni. 
PaPlet, n. Bela moe inoino. 
PaFli-ate, v. E ]iooemi i ka hewa. 

Syn. extenuate. 
PaFli-a'tion, n, Ke kumu e emi ai ka 

PaFlid, adj. Syn. pale; wan. 
Palm, n. 1. He kumu loulu. 

2. Ka po'ho lima. 
Palm'y, adj. Kuonoono; kuapapa. Syn. 

PaFpa-ble, adj. 1. Moakaka. Syn. 


2. HiM ke ha'ha'ia. 
PaPpl-tate, v. E konikoni; e kapalili. 
Pal/pi-ta'tion, n. Ke kapalili. Palpi- 
tation of the heart t ke kapalili o ka tem- 
PaPsied, adj. Lochia i ka mai lolo'. 
PaFsy, n. Mai lolo. 
PaFtry, adj. Meaole; pupuka. 
Pam'pas, n. pi. Na aina papu akea ma 

Amerika Hema. 
Pam'per, v. 1. E pakela ai. 

2. E hoomilimili ; noomalimali. 
Pam'phlet, n. He palapala i humu- 

Pan, n. Patini. 
Pan'a-ce'a, n. Kumu hoola nui. Syn. 

sovereign remedy. 
Pan'cake, n. Palaoa parai. Syn. griddle 

Pan f de-mo'ni-imi, n. 1. Keenakuka' 

o na diabolo. 

2. He uluaoa; haunacle nui. 
Pan'der. n. He weawea; mea alakai 

Pane, n. Apana aniani. 
Fan'e-gfT'ic, n. Haiolelo hoolea. Syn. 

Pan'el, n. 1. Papa lahilahi o ka puka 


2. Papa inoa o ka poe jure. 
Pang, n. He umii; he hui. 
Paii/ic, n. Maka'u kuhewa mai. 
Pan'o-ply, n. Na kahiko kaua. 
Pan'o-ra'ina, n. He nanaina akea. 
Pant, v, 1. E naenae; paupauaho. 

2. E ahaha'. The dog pants, ahaha ka 

Paii'ta-lets', n. Lole wawae kaika- 

Pan'ta-loons', n. Lole wawae. 
Pan'the-Ism, n. Ka manaoio o ke 

akua na mea a pau. 
Paii'try, n. Keena waiho pa. 
Pap, n. Ai wali. ^ 
PiVpa-cy, n. Kahoomanao Roma. 
Pa'pairad/ Po'pe. 

Pa'paw, J Hei;milikana. 
Pa-para, ) ' 

Pa'per,w. 1. Pepajkalana. 

2. Nupepa. 

3. Manao i hakuia; kumu manao. 

Pap-poose', 1 

Pa-pyr'ns, 71. 
Par, n. Like. 

Par'a-fole, 71. 

. Keiki liilii inikini. 
Naku o Aigupita. 
Syn. equality. Kulana 

Olelo nane. 
Hookahakaha; haanou, 

2. Military parade, paikau.. . 
Pa-rade, n. E haanou; E hookehakeha. 
Par'a-dise, n. Paredaiso. 
Par'a-dox, n. Mea e haohao ai, he oiaio 

Par'a-gon, n. Mea pookela. 
Par'a-graph, n. He pauku olelo. 
Par'al-lax, n. Ka nee ana o na ao o ka 

lani ke ikeia mai kauwahi, a mai kau- 

wahi aku. 
Par'al-lel, n. Kahamoe like. 
Par'al-lel, adj. Moe like. 
Par'al-leFo-grani, n. Huina-ha; ao- 

ao like lua. 
Par'al-leFo-pFped, n. Pa-ili-ono, ao- 

ao like lua. 
Par-aFy-sis, n, Mai lolo. 
Par'a-lyt/ie, adj. Loohia i ka mai lolo. 
Par'a-lyse, v. 1. E loohia i ka mai lo- 

2. E hoomake manao. 
Par'a-mount, adj. Ano nui; koikoi. 
Par'a-mour, n. He ipo. 
Par'a-pet, n. He papu; heahuakaua. 
Par'a-site, n. 1. He hoopilimeaai. 

Syn. sycophant. 

2. Uku hoopili i ke kino. 

3. He laau hihi e ulu ana ma na ku- 

Par'a-sol, n. Mamalu liilii pale la. 

Par'boil, v. E hoo-baila iki. 

Par'cel, n. 1. Puolo liilii. Syn, pack- 
2. To parcel out, e mahele aku. 

Parch, v. 1. E papaa. Syn. scorch. 
2. Parched with thirst, make wai loa. 

Parch/ment, n. Hi lahilahi; mea ka- 

Par'don, n. Ka huikala. 

Par'don, v. E kala i ka hewa. 

Par'don-a-ble, adj. Hiki ke kalaia. 

Pare, v. E koli; e kolikoli. 

Pa'rent, n. Makua. Parent-in-law, hu- 

Pa-rent'al, adj. Makua. Parental au- 
thority, ka mana makua. 

Pa-ren'tlie-sis, n. Kaha apo. 

Par'en~tliet'ie-al, ad/. Apoia i na ka- 
ha apo. 

Parking-, n. Mea i koliia. 

Par'isli, 71. Apana ekalesia. 

Pa-rislFon-er, n. Lala o ka apana 

Par'ity, 71. Ke ano like. 

Park, n. 1. Kihapai hooluolu. 
2. Kahi i hooiliiliia'i o na lako kaua 
o kela me keia ano. 

Par'lance, n. Ke kamailio ana. Com- 
mon parlance, ke ano i kamailio man 

Fiir'ley, v. Ekuka'pu. 

Par'lia-nient, n. Ahaolelo o Beritania. 



Par ; lia~:m©nt'a-ry, adj. Ku like me 

n a hana o ka ahaolelo. 
Par'lor, n. Keena hookipa. 
Pa-ro'ehi-al, adj. Pilii ka apana ekale- 

sia. _ 
P a - r ōl e', n. He ae waha. 
Par'ox-ysm, ra.l.He umii; hill kuhewa 


2. Kupaka. 
Par'ri-clde, n. Mea pepehi makua. 
Far'rot, n. Manu aloha; parota. 
Par'ry^ v._ E pale; e hookapae. Syn. 
Par'si-mo'ni-ous, adj. Pi; ana; ii; 

Syn. stingy; penurious. 
Piir'si-mo-ny, n. Pi;aua; alunu. 
Par'son- n. Kahlii ekalesia. 
Pardon-age, n. Kahi e noho ai o ke 

kahu ekalesia. 
Part, n. He hapa; he haawina; mahele. 
Part, v. 1. E mahele. Syn. divide. 

2. E hoolilo aku. Part with property, 
e hoolilo aku i ka waiwai. 

3. E nookaawale aku. Part with friends, 
e hookaawale aku mai na hoa. 

Par- take', v. E komo pu. Partake of 
benefit8 7 e komo pu ma na pomaikai. 
2. E ai pu. Partake of the feast, e ai 
pu i ka ahaaina. 

Par-tak'er, n. Mea komo pu. 

Far'tial, adj. 1. Hapa. A partial re- 
port, he hoike hapa. 
2. Ewaewa; kapakahi; kaulike ole. 

Par-tial'i-ty, n. Ka paewaewa; kau- 
like ole. 

Par'tial-ly, adv. Hapa; me ka ewa- 

Par-tic'i-pant, n. Syn. partaker. 

Par-tic'i-pate, v. Syn. partake. 

Par-tic'i-pa'tion, n. Ke komo pu ana. 
Syn. partaking. 

Par-tic'i-pa'tor, n. Syn. partaker. 

Par'ti-~ele, n. He huna; he mole. 

Par-tie'u-lar, adj. 1. Kekahi mea hoo- 
2. Mikioi; akahele. 

Par-tic'u-lars, n. pi. Na huna liilii. 
Syn* details. 

Par-tic'u-lar-ize', v. E hai 1 na ku- 
mu liilii. Syn. detail. 

Pax'ti-san, n. Meaukali; haumana. 

Pax-ti'tion, n. 1. Ka mahele ana. 
2. He paku. Partition of the room, ka 
paku o \e keena. 

Fart'ly, adv. Iki. Syn. in a measure. 
Partly learned, paa naau iki. 

Partfner, n. ^ Hoa; hoa-hana. 

Part'ner-ship, n, Hui oihana. 

Parity, n. _ 1. He poe. A party of boys, 
he poe keiki. 

2. Poe ahaaina; poe hoolauna. 

3. He aoao. 
Par'ty-col'ored, n. Onionio. Syn. 

Pass, v. E maalo ae. 
Pass, n. 1. Wahi haahaa mawaena o 

na kuahiwi i hiki ke hele ia. 

2. Palapala ae e hele. Syn. passport. 

3. He ano; kulana. Syn. state; condi- 

Pass'a-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ke hele ia. 
2. Hiki no; e aho ia. 

Pas'sage, n. 1. Ka hele ana; ka holo 
ana; kaleleana. 

2. Kahoohololoa'na. Passage of a MIL 
ka hooholo loa'na o ka bila. 

3. He olelo. Passage in the book, he 
olelo lloko o ka buke. 

Pas'sage-way' n. Kahi e hele ai. 
Pass'book, n. Buke baneko helu dala, 
Pas'sen-ger, n. Ohua; eemoku. 
Pas'sion, n. Huhu wela, 
Pas'sion-ate, adj. I. Huhu wale; hl- 

kiwawe i ka huhu. 

2. Ikaika loa, nui loa. Passionately 

grieved, kaumaha nui loa. 
Pas'sive, adj. Noho wale; ku-e' ole. 

Passive obedience, hoolohehoomanaka' 
Pass'6-ver, n. Moliaola. 
Pass'poxt, n. Palapala hoapono; pala- 
pala kuhi klihi kino. 
Pass'word, n. Hua olelo huna 7 . Syn. 

Past, n. Wa i hala. 
Past, adj. Hala. 
Paste, n. Mea hoopipili. 
Paste'board, n. Pepa manoanoa. 
Pas'time, n. Mea hoonanea; paani. 

Syn. sport; amusement. 
Pas'tor, n. Kahu ekalesia. 
Pas'tox-ate, n. Oihana kahu ekalesia. 
Pas'try, n. Kela me keia ano palaoa 

Past-nr-ag-e, n. L Oihana hanai ho- 


2. Aina holoholona. 

3. Ai na na holoholona. 

Past-ure, n. Kula holoholona. 

Past'uxe, v. E hanai holoholona. 

Pat, v. E paipai oluolu me ka lima. 

Pat, adv. Kupono. Syn. fit; seasona- 

Patch , n. 1. Poho lole ; apana lole. 

2. Apana. A patch of grass, he apana 

Patch, v. E poho; e kapili hou. 
Patch' work, n. 1. Lole apana. 

2. Hana kapulu. 
Pate, n. Poo. Syn. head. 
Pat'ent, n. Palapala hookuleana. 
Pat'ent, adj. Moakaka. Syn. evident. 
Pat'ent- ee', n. Mea nana ka palapala 

Pat'ent-oFfice, n. Keena oihana hoo- 

puka palapala hookuleana. 
Pat'ent- rights', n. Na pono o ka pala- 
pala hookuleana. 
Pa-ter'nal, adj. Pili i ka makuakane. 
Pa-ter'ni-ty, n. Ke kulana makuakane. 
Path, n. Ala; alanui. 
Pa-thet'ic, adj. Manaonao; menemene. 
Pa-thol'd-gy, n. Ka ike no na mai. 
Pa'thos, n. Mea ho-ala i ka manaonao. 
Path'way, n. Alanui; kuamoo. 
Pa'tience (shens), n. Ahonui; hoo- 





Pa/tient, n. Mea i lapaauia. 
Pa'tient, adj. Ahonui; hoomanawa- 

Pa/tient-ly, adv. Me ke ahonui. 
Pa/tri-areli» n. Hepooohanaokawa 

Pa-tri'cian, n. He alii. Syn. noble. 
Pat'ri-mo'ny, ^« Waiwai o ka makua 

i hooilinaia i ke keiki. 
Pat'ri-ot, n. Kanaka taakee aupuni. 
Pat'ri-ot'ie, adj. Aloha aina; makee 

Pāt'ri-ot~i§*n,», Ke alolia aina. 
Pa-troF, n. He kiai kaahele. 
Pafron, n. Mea kokua; mea hoopo- 

Pat'i-dn-age, n. Ke kokua ana; ka 

hoopomaikai ana. 
Pat/ron-ise, v. E kokua; e hoopomai- 

P after, v. L E nakulukulu. Syn. 

patter as rain. 

2. Kaniumu; nakeke. Syn, patter of 

Pat'tern, n. Ana hoohalike;kumu hoo- 

Pau'ci-ty, n. He kakaikahi; he uuku. 
Pan/per, n. Mea ilihune., n. Ka nele; ka hune. 

Syn. indigence. 
Pause, %. 1. Kiko hoomaha leo. 

2. Hemahaiki; wahiku. 
Pause, v. 1. Euokije ku a nana iki. 

2. ~E maha iki. 
Pave, v. E kipapa. 
Pave'ment, n. He kipapa pohaku, 
Pa-vil'ion, n. Hale lewa; hale lole. 
P aw, n. Wawae o ka ilio ; popoke ; a me 

iia holoholona o ia ano. 
Pawn, v. E panai kekahi waiwai liilii 

no ke dala. 
Pawn'bro'ker, n. Kanaka panai wai- 
Pay, v, 1. Euku. 

2, Puka. The business pays, puka ka 

Pay'day , n. La kikoo ; la hookupu. 
Pay'mas-ter, n. Luna uku dala. 
Pay'ment, w. Kauku ana; ka hookaa 

Pea (pē), n. He pi; hua ai. 
Peace, n. Maluhia; kuikahi. 
Peace'a-ble, adj. Oluolu; kuikahi. 
Peace'a-bly, adv. Me ka oluolu. 
Peace'ful, adj. 1, Oluolu; maliu; 


2, Kuapapa. 
Peace'mak'er, n. Mea uwao. 
Peace'of fi-cer, n. He makai, 
Peacb, n, Hua piki. 
Pēa'jā€k-et, n. Pili lakeke. 
Peak, n. 1. "Wekiu mauna; piko mauna. 

2. Laam oluna o ka pea hope. 
Peal, n. Leo haalulu. 
Peal, v. E haalulu. 
Pea'imt, n. Pinaki. 
Pearl, n. He momi. 

Pearl'y, n. Me he momi la. 

Peas'ant, n. He makaainana. 

Peas'ant-ry, n. Na makaainana. 

Peb'ble, n. Iliili; paiwi. 

Pee'^a-dil'lo, n. Hewa liilii; kina'. 
Syn. fault. 

Peek, n. Peka; hapa-ha o ka busela. 

Peek, v._ E kiko. 

PeVu-late, v. E aihue ; e apuka. Syn. 

Pe-eul'iar, adj. X. Ano e. Syn. sin- 

2. Kupono. Syn. appropriate. 

3. Pili i ka mea hookahi; papa paha; 
ano paha. Peculiar to the class, pili i 
kela papa wale no. 

Pe-eul'iar'i-ty, n. He mea ano e. 

Pe-eun'ia-ry, adj. Dala. Pecuniary 
assistance, kokua dala. Pecuniary mat- 
ters, na mea pili i ke dala. 

Ped'a-gogxie, n. Kumu kula. Syn. 

Ped'ant, n. Mea e akena ana i kona ike. 

Pe-dant'ie, adj. Hookelakela i ka ike. 

Ped'dle, v. E piele; e maau'auwa'. 

Ped'dler, n He piele ; in ea maauauwa. 

Ped'es-tal, n. Kaliua no ke kia hoo- 
manao ; kii kalaiia, etc. 

Pe-des'tri-an. n. Kanaka hele wawae. 

Pe-des'tri-an-ism/, n. Ka heie wa- 
wae ana. 

Ped'i-gree, %. He kuauhau. 

Peel, n. Ka ili o ke kahi mau hua ai. 

Peel, v. E ihi; e maihi. 

Peep t v. 1. E kiei; e halo'; e haei. 

2. E piopio; ioio. Syn. peep as chick- 

3. Peep of day, ke alaula. 
Peer, n. He hoa. 

2. Peer of the realm, he 'Hi o ke aupuni. 
Peer'age, n. Kulana alii ; papa alii. 
Peer'less, adj; Luaole; pookela. Syn. 

matchless; unequaled. 
Peev'isb, adj. Nainai; na ole; huhu- 

"wale. Syn. irritable; cross. 
Peg, n. Pine laau. 
Pēll-mēll', n. and adv. Huikau. 
Pel-lu'cid, adj. Moakaka; aiai, Syn. 

Pelt, n. Ili holoholona. 
Pelt, v. E kipebi. 
Pen, v. 1. E kakau. 

2. E hoopaa iloko o ka pa. 
Pen, n. 1. Peni kakau. Steel pen, ma- 

ka kila. Quill pen, pcni hulu. 

2, Pa. Pig pen, pa puaa. 
Pe'nal, adj. Hoopai. Penal servitude, 

hana hoopai. 
Pen'al-ty, n. Hoopai. 
Pcn'ance, m. Hoopai huikala. 

llXie'sl"- Na peni dala. 

Pen'cil, n. Peni. Slate pencil, peni po- 
haku. Lead pencil, peni kepau; peni- 
2. Huhui kukuna malamalama. 

Pen'dant, n. Mea e lewa ana. 




Pend'ing:, adj. and prep. E waiho nei. 

A pending suit, ka hihia e waiho nei. 

Pending the decision,, e kali ana i ka 

olelo hooholo. 
Pend'u-loiis, adj. Lewa wale; lewa- 

Pend'u-lTim, n. Hao lewa o ka wati. 
Pen'e-trate, v. E komohia iloko. 
Pen'e-tra'tion, n. 1. Ke komo loa'na. 

2. Noeau. Syn. sagacity. 
Pen'hold-er, n. Au o ka peni. 
Pen-in'su-la, n. Ane-moku. 
Pen'i-tence, n. Mihi; walania. 
Pen'i-tent, Mea mini. 
Pen'i-ten'ti-a-ry, n. Hale paahao. 
Pen'i-tent-ly, adv. Me ka mihi oiaio. 
Pen'knife, n. Pahi koli peni. 
Pen-man, n. Mea kakau lima. 
Pen-man-ship, n. Kakau lima. 

pSSSH"- Haeololi.loloa. 
Pen'ni-less, adj. Dalaole. 
Pen'ny, %. He peni; dala Britania. 
Pen'ny-a-lm'er, n. 1. Mea haku no 

ka nupepa. 

2. Mea nakm manao lapuwale. 
Pen'sion, n. 1. Kokua makahiki rnai 

ke aupuni. 

2. Kula hanai ma Farani. 
Pen'sion-er, n. Mea i kokua man ia. 
Pen'sive, adj. Poonoo; mumule; nalu. 
Pen'ta-gr'on, n. Huiria aoao elima. 
Pen'ta-teuch (pen'ta-tuke), n. Nabu- 

ke mua elima o ka Baibala. 
Pe'niilt, n. Ka mamala e pili ana i ka 

mamala hua-olelo hope loa. 
Pe-mi'ri-oiis, adj. Aua; pi. Syn. 

Pen'u-ry, n. Ka nele; linne. Syn. 

poverty; want. 
Peo'ple, n. h Lahui. The people, ka 


2. Poe, Some people, kekahi poe. 
Pēo'ple, v. E hooulu lahui. 
Pep'per, n. He laau nioi; he pepa mea 

Pep'per-eorn, w. Ka hua o kekahi 

ano pepa. 
Pep'per-y, adj. 1. Miko loa i ka pepa. 

2. Hikiwawe i ka huhu. Syn. irrit- 
Per'ad-vent'iire, adv. Malia paha; 

ina paha. Syn. perhaps. 
Per-am'bu-late, v, E kaahele wawae. 
Per-ana/lbix-la'tor, n, Mikini ana loa. 
Per-ceive'» v. 1. E hoomaopopo. Syn. 


2. E makili. Perceive internally. 
Per-cenfage, n. Pa-keneka; hapa 

Per-cep'ti-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoomao- 

Per-cep'tion, n. 1. Ka noonoo. 

2. l£a hoomaopopo ana. 
Per-eep'tive, adj. Hoomaopopo; noo- 
noo. Perceptive qualities, mana hoo- 
Perch, a. Wahi e kau ai ka manu. 

Perch, v. E kau me he manu la. 

Per-chance', adv. Malia; malia paha. 

- Syn. perhaps. 

Per'eo-late, v. E kulu. Syn. filter. 

Per-di'tion, u. Ka poino mau loa. 

P er-e 'gri-na/tion, n. Ka hele auwana 

io ia-nei. 
Per-emp'to-ry, adj. Loa;paa. A per- 
emptory command, he kauoha paa. 
Per-en'ni'al, adj. Mau. Syn. perpetual. 
Per'feet, adj. Hemolele; kina' ole. 
Per-fē«t', v. E hooko pono. 
Per-fee'tion, n. Ke ano hemolele ; ki- 
na' ole. 
Per'feet-ly, adv. Me ka pololei loa; 

pono loa. 
Per-fid'i-oug, adj. Maalea ; hoopuni- 

hei. Syn. treacherous. 
Per-fid'i-ous-ly, n. Me ka maalea; 

anohoohalua. Syn. treacherously. 
Per'fi-dy, n. Maalea; ano punihei. 

Syn. treachery, 
Per'fo-rate, v. Ehouipuka; e wili i 

Per'fo-ra/tion, n. 1. Ka puka i hou 

ia, etc. 

2. Ka hou ana; ka wili ana 
Per-form, v. E hooko. Syn. achieve. 
Per-form'ance, n. 1, Ka hooko ana. 

2. Hana. 
Per-form'er, n. 1. Mea e hooko ana. 

2. Mea keaka ; hookani pila, etc. 
Per'fiime, n. Mea ala; he ala. 
Per-fume', v. E hoo-pe'. 
Per-fum'er-y, n. Kela me keia mea 

Per-haps', adv. Paha; malia paha; 

Per'i-^ar'di-iim, n. Ka ill lahilahi e 

hoopuni ana i ka puuwai. 
Per'i-gee, n. Ka hookoke loa'na o ka 

mahina i ka honua ma kona ala hele. 
Per'i-he'li-on, n. Ke kokoke loa'na o 

ka hoku hele i ka la, ma kona ala hele. 
Per'il, n. Popilikia. 
Per'il-otts» adj. Pilikia; paapu i na 

Pe-rim/e-ter, n. Ke ana puni o kekahi 

Pe'ri-od, n. X, Kiko-kahi. 

2. He wa. 
Pe'ri-od'ie-al, n. He palapala i pai 

manawa ia. 
Pe'ri-od'ic-al, adj. Kela me keia ma- 
Pe'ri-dd'i«-al-ly, adv. I kela me keia 

Pe-riph'er-y, n. Ke ana-puni o ka 

Per'ish, v. E make. 
Per'ish-a-Me, adj. Mae wale; popo 

Per'jiire, v. Ē hoohiki wahahee. 
Per'jjjr-er, n. Mea hoohiki wahahee. 
Per'ju-ry, n. Ka hoohiki wahahee. 
Per'ma-nence, ) Ka paa; ke ano 
Per'ma-nen-cy, J '*• mau. 




Per'ma-nent, adj. Paa; mau. Syn. 

Per'ma-nent-ly, adv. Paa; mau. Stay 
permanently, e noho paa. 

Per'me-a-ble, adl. Hiki ke komoia; 
hiki ke hoo-u'ia. 

Per'me-ate, v. E hoo-u; e komo. 

Per-mis'si-ble, adj. Ae ia. 

Per-mls'sion, n. Ka ae. Syn. consent. 

Per-mit', v, E ae. Syn. allow. 

Per'mit, n. He palapala ae. Syn. li- 

Per-ni'cious, adj. Ino; hooeha; poino. 
Syn. hurtful. 

Per-o-ra'tion, n. Na olelo hope o ka 
hai olelo. 

Per'pen-die'u-lar, adj. Kupono; ku- 

Per'pen-dic'u-lar'i-ty, n. Ke kupo- 
no; ku pololei. 

Per'pe-trate, v. E hoo-ko ma kekahi 
me a ino. Perpetrate a crime, e hana i 

Per'pe-tra'tor, n. Ka mea nana e 
hana. The perpetrator of the theft, ka 
mea nana e aihue. 

Per-pet'u-al, adj. Mau loa. Syn. ever- 

Per-pet'u-ate, v. E hoomau. 

Per'pe-tii'i-ty, n. Ka mau ana. 

Per-plex', v. E hoopilihua; hookua- 

Per-plex'ing, adj. Hookuawili; anoni- 
noni ; pioo. 

Per-plex'i-ty, a. Mea hoolauwili ai. 

Per'qui-fite, n. Koina. 

Per'se-eute, v. E hooino; hoomaau', 

Per'se-cu'tion, n. Ka hoomaau'; ho- 

Pēr'se-€u-tor, n. Mea hoomaau'; mea 
hooino. _ 

Per'se-ver'anee, n. Hoomanawanui. 

Per'se-vere', v. E hoomanawanui. 

Pēr'se-vēr'ing-ly, adv. Me ka hooma- 

Per-slst/, v. E hoomau. Syn. continue. 

Per-sist'ence, n. Ka hoomau ana. 
Syn. perseverance. 

Per-sist'ent, adj. Kupaa. 

Per'son, n. 1. Ke kino. 
2. Mea. Some person, kekahi mea. 
First person, ka mea c kamailio ana. 
Second person, ka mea i kamailio ia. 
Third person, ke kumu o ke kamailio. 

Per'son-age, n. 1. Mea hanohano. 
2. Poe. 

Per'son-al, adj. Pili kino. 

Per'son-al/i-ty, n. 1. He ano ku okoa. 
2. He olelo pili kino. 

Per'son-al-ly, adv. Iho. Personally 
respotisible, maluna iho o'u ka haawe. 

Per'son-ate, v. E ku no kekahi mea e. 
Syn. represent. The- lawyer personates 
his client^ ke ku nei ka loio no kona 

Per-spec'tive, n. Kananaina. 

Per'spi-cu'i-ty, n. Moakaka. 

Per-spi€'ii«©iis, adj. Moakaka. Syn. 

Per'spi-ra'tion, n. Hou. Syn. sweat. 
Per-spire', n. E kahe ka hou. 
Per-suad«'j v. E koi; e kono. 
Per-sua'sion, n. Ke koi ana. 
Per-sua'sive, adj. Manaika hoohuli 

Pert, adj. Pakike'. 
Per- tain', v. E pili. Syn. belong. 
PeVti-na'cious, adj. Mahaoi; paakiki. 

Syn» stubborn. 
Pēr'ti-nāc/i-ty, 71. Ke ano mahaoi; ku- 
paa ma k~ekahi mea. 
PeVti-nent, adj. Pili pono. Syn. ap- 
Pert'Iy, adv. Me ka pakike'. 
Per-turb', v. 1. E hoopihoihoi ; e ho- 


2. E hoolauwili. 
Per'tur-ba'tion, n. 1. Hopohopo; pili- 


2. Ka lauwili ana. 
Pe-rni'sal, n. Ka heluhelu noonoo. 
Pe-rix|e', v. E heluhelu noonoo. 
Per-vade', v. E puni. 
Per-verse', adj. Kekee; oolea. 
Per-ver'siom, n. Ka hoo-kekee ana. 
Per-ver'si-ty, n. Ke ano kekee; ano 

Per- vert', v. E hoohuli mai kapono; 

mai ka pololei. 
Pes'si-mist, n. Mea manao ino wale. 
Pest, n. He ahulau. 
Pes'ter, v. E hoonaukiuki; e hana- 

wale; ehoo-mea. 
Pest'-liouse, n. Hale mai no na mai 

Pes'ti-lence, n. Mai ahulau. 

Ifs'u'-l^tlal! «*• mojhaukae. 

Pes'tle, n. Pohaku kui. 

Pet, n. 1. He milimili; punahele; po- 

- 2. Nunuha. Syn. pout. 
Pe-ti/tion, n. He noi; palapala noi. 

2. Palapala hoopii. 
Pe-tl'tion-er, n. Mea noi; mea hoopii 

no ka pomaikai. 
Pet'ri-fae'tion, n. Mea i lilo i pohaku. 
Pet'ri-fy, v. E lilo i pohaku. 
Pe-tro'le-um, n. Aila honua. 
Pēt'ti-€ōat,- n. He pa-u'. 
Pet'ti-fog'ger, n. Loio hawawa. 
Pet'tisli, adj. Nunuha; nainai. 
Pet'ty, adj. Liilii; mea ole. 
Pet'u-laiice, n. Nainai; nunuha. 
Pet'u-lant, adj. Kainai; naolejohu- 

mu wale. Syn. peevish ; cross. 
Pew, n. He noho ma ka luakini. 
Pew'ter, «. Piula; piuta. 
Phan'tasm, n. Heouli; he hihio. 
Plian'tom, n. He lapu; he akua. 
Pliar'i-see, n. He Paresaio. 
Pliar'nia-€ō'jpce-ia, n. Buke hoike no 

ka hana ana i na laau lapaau. 
Pliar'ma-ey, n. Qihanahoomakaukau 

laau lapaau. 




Phase, n. Nanaina; alio. Syn. ap- 

Phe-nom-i-non, n. He ouli; mea ano e. 

Phial, n. Omole liilii. Syn. viaL 

Phil'an-throp'ic, adj. Aloha i kanaka; 
manawalea; ano kokua. Syn. benev- 

Phi-lan'thro-pist, n. He mea i aloha 
i kanaka; mea i kokaa aloha aku. 

Phl~lan>thro-py, n. Ke aloha i ka- 

Phi-ldl'o-gist, n. Mea akamai i ka 
huli olelo. 

Phi-lol'o-gy, n. Huli olelo. 

Phi-lds'o-pher, n. Kanaka ake-aka- 

Phil'o-sdph/ie, adj. Akeakamai. 

PM-lds'o-phize, v. E noonoo noke 
kumu o kela me keia mea. 

Phi-lds'o-phy, n. Akeakamai. 

Phiz, n. Helehelena. 

Phlegm (flem), n. Wale. 

Pho-net'ic, adj. Pili i na leo htia pa- 

Pho-net'ics, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ka 
leo kanaka. 

Pho-nog^a-phy, n. Kakau hoailona 

Phos'pho-riis, n. Laan hoomalama- 

Pho'to-graph, n. Kii i paiia. 

Pho~tog'ra-phy, n, Oihana pai kii. 

Pho-toni/e-ter» n. Mea ana malama- 

Phrase, n. Mamala olelo. 

Phrā/se-ol'o-gy, n. Ke ano o ka 

Phre-nol'o-gy , n. Ka ike e pili ana i 
ka lo'lo. 

Phren'sy, n. Pupule. Syn. madness. 

Phthis/ie (tiz'ik), n. Naenae. 

Phys'ic, n. Laau lapaau. 

Phys/ic-al, adj. 1. Kino. Physical 
pain, eha kino. 

2. No na helehelena. Physical geogra- 
phy, he hoike no na helehelena o ka 

Phy-sl'cian, n. Kauka lapaau. Syn. 

Phys'ics, n. pi. Ka ike e pili ana no na 
mea kino a pau. 

Phys/i-og'no-iny» n. 1. Ka helehe- 

2. Ka hoakaka ana i ke ano o ke ka- 
naka mai kona mau helehelena. 

Phys'i o-log'ic-al, adj. Pili i ke ola 

Phys/i-dPo-gist, n. Mea imi i na 
loina no ke ola kino. 

Phys'i-ol'o-gy, n. Ka ike no ke ola 

Pi'-an'ist, n. Mea hookani plana. 

PsIa'noiforte'J^ He plana. 
Pi~āz'zā, n. Lanai hale. Syn. verandah. 
Pick, v. 1. E ohi. Pick fruit, e ohi i 

na hua. 

2. E wae. Syn. choose. 

3. E wehe. Pick a lock, e wehe i ka 

Pick, n. Mea i wae ia; ka mea oi o ka 

Pick'ax, n. Kipikua. 
Pick'et, n. 1. Koa kiai ma ke kaua. 

2. Laau pa. 
Pick'le, n. 1. Hekai. 

2. Hua ai i hoomikoia i ka vinika. 
Pick'pock'et, n. Kailipakeke; aihue 

Pi#nl€, 7b, Ahaaina hoonanea. 

Pi^-to^ri-al, n. Buke kii; nnpepa kii. 

Pietf ure, n. He kii. 

Piefure, i>. E noonoo mehe kii la. 

Pic-tur-esquie', adj. Me he kii la. 

Pie, %. He pai; mea ono. 

Piece, n. 1. He apana. 
2. "Hai olelo; kumumanao. 
3^ He apa'. Piece of cloth, apa' lole. 

Pieee'mēal, adj. Pauku. 

Pleee'work, n. TJkupau. 

Pier, n. Kahua uapo; he uapo moku. 

Pierce, v. E hou. 

Pi'e-ly, n. 1. Aloha. Filial piety, alo- 
ha o ke keiki i ka makua. 
2. Haipule. 

Pig, n. 1. Puaa keiki. 
2. Aukametala. 

Pig'eon, n. Manu nunu. 

Pig'eon-hole, n. Holowaa waiho pepa. 

Pike, n. 1. He ihe. 
2. Inoa o kekahi i-a. 

Pile, n. 1. Heahua. 
2. He pou loihi. 

Pile, v. E hooahu; e hooiliili; e paila. 

Piles, n. He mai. 

Pil'fer, v. E aa'ma; aihue i na mea liilii. 

Pil'fer-er, n. Mea aama. Syn. petty 

Pil-gar'lic, n. He kuewa. Syn. vaga- 

Pil'grim, n. Mea hele malihini. 

Pil'grim-age, n. Ka hele malihini ana* 

Pill, n. Hua ale. 

PiPlage, v. E hao wale. Syn. plunder. 

PiPlar, n. He kia; he pou. 

PiPlōw, n. Uluna. 

PiFlow~eāse, n. Eke uluna. 

Pi'lot, n. Pailoka; alakai. 

Pi'lot-age, n. 1. Uku pailoka. 
% Ke alakai ana. 

Pimp, n. Weawea. 

Pim'ple, n. Puupuu liilii ma ka ili. 

Pin, n. Kui pine. 

Pin, v. E hoopaa me ke kui pine. 

Pinch, v. 1. E iniki; e umiki. 

2. E mio. 
Pin'cush/ion, n. Uluna kui pine. 
P in e , " h. Laau paina. 
Pine, n. E hookii. 
Pine'-āp'ple, n. Hala kahiki. 
Pin'ion, n. 1. Eheu. Syn. wing. 

2. Niho pokakaa. 
Pin'-mon'ey, n. Dala no ka wahine. 




Pin^na~ele, n. Wahi oioi. Pinnacle 
of the temple, wahi oioi o ka luakini. 

Pint, n. Paina; hapaha kuata. 

Pi'o-neer', n. Kanaka komo mua ma 
ka aina, a hana paha. 

Pi'ous, adj. Haipule. 

Pipe, n. Ohe; ohe puhi. Water pipe, 
ohe wai. 

2. Tobacco pipe> ipu baka. 

3. Pu makani. 

Piq'uant (pi'kant), adj. Awahia; ml- 

Pique (peek), n. Hoomauhala, opu 

i no. Syn. grudge. 
Pi'ra-<cy ? n, Powa moku. 
Pi'rate, n. He powa moku. 
Pi-rat'i«-al, adj. Powa. A piratical 

craft, he moku powa. 
Pis'tol, n. Pupanapana. 
Pit, n. He laa. 
Pit'a-pat, adv. Kapalili. My heart goes 

pitapat, kapalili kuu puuwai, or kapa- 
lili ku.u houpo. 
Pitch, n. 1. Kepau hamo. 

2. Ka Mi ana o ka leo. A high pitch of 

voice, he leo kiekie. 
Pitch, v. 1. E hoolei; e kiola. Syn. 


2. Ekukulu. 

3. E hoopi'nana. Syn. pitch, as a ves- 
sel in a storm. 

4. Pitch a tune, e hoomaka i ka leo 

Pitch' er, n. 1. He pika. 
2. Mea hoolei kinipopo. 
Pitch'fork, n. O kiola mauu. 
Pit-e'ous, adj. Kaumaha; kumakena. 
Pit'fall, n, Lua pahele. 
Pith, n. 1. Iho. 
2. I'o. The pith of the remark, ka i-o o 
Pith-y, adj. Noeau;i-o. 
Pit'i-a-ble, adj. Ku i ka hoomae-ele. 
Pit'i-a-ble, adj. 1. Ano hoo-mae-ele. 

2. Haahaa. Syn. low; mean. 
Pit'i-less, adj. Aloha ole; menemene 

pit'saw, n. Pahiolo lua. 
Pit'tance, n. Loaauuku; loaalawaole. 
Pit-y, n. Aloha hoomae-ele; aloha me- 
nemene. Syn. compassion; sympathy. 
Piv'ot, n. He pine mea e kaa ai. 
Pla'ea-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoolauleaia. 
Pla-eard', n. Palapala hoolaha. 
Placate, v. E hoomalielie ; hoolaulea. 

Syn. appease. 
Place, n. Wahi. 
Place, v. E hoonoho; e waiho. 
Placed, adj. Malie; oluoln; na. Syn. 

Plac/id-ly 9 adv. Me ka malie. Syn. 

Pia'gia-rism, n. Ka lawe wale ana i 

ka olelo a hai i kakau ai. 
Pla'gia-rist, n. Mea lawe wale i ka 

olelo a hai i kakau. 
Plague, n. 1. Mai ahulau. 

2. Mea hoopilikia wale. 

Plain, n. Aina papu; aina malaelae. 
Plain, adj. Akaka. Syn. evident. 
Plain'ly, adv. Moakaka. 
Plain'tijft", ii. Aoao nana ka hoopii ka- 

Plaint'ive, adj. Uhu; kaniuhu. Syn. 

Plait, v. Eulana. Syn. braid. 
Plan, n. Kii hoike ano. 

2. He manao hoo-ko. 
Plane, n. 1. Hi laumania. 

2. Koi kahi. 
Plan'et, n. Hoku hele. 
Plan'©t-a-ry, adj. Pili i na hoku hele. 
Plank, n. Papa manoanoa. 
Plant, n. Mea kanu; mea ulu. 
Plant, v. E kanu. 
Plant'ain, n. Maia popolu. 
Plan-ta'tion, n. Mahina ai. Sugar 

plantation, mahi ko. 
PXamt'er, n. Kanaka mahiai. 
Planter, n. Puna hamo; laau hamo. 
Plas'ter-er, n. Kanaka hamo puna. 
Plate, n. 1. Pa. 

2. Timber plate^ 1 oh elan. 
Pla-teau' (pla-to')> n. Aina papa kie- 
Plate'ful, n. Piha pa. 
Platform, n. 1. He awai. 

2. Palapala hoike manao hooholo. 
Plat/ ter, n. Pa palahalaha. 
Plaudit, n. Mahalo; leo hoano. 
Plau/gi-Tble, adj. Pono i ka nana'ku. 
Play, n. 1. Paani; lealea; hoonanea. 
Syn. sport. 

2. Hana keaka. 

3. Heakea. Syn. scope. Give full play, 
e hoakea. 

Play'-a«t'or, n. Kanaka keaka. 
Play'-Mll, n. Palapala hoolaha keaka. 
play'-fel'low, n. Hoa paani. Syn. 

ay'ful, adj. Piha i ka paani. Syn. 
Play'mate, n. Hoa paani. 
Play'thing, n. Mea paani. 
Play'wrlght, n. Mea haku kike ; keaka. 
Plēa, n. Olelo pale. 
Plead, v. 1, E noi haahaa; e koi. 

2. E pale olelo. 
Plead'er, n. 1. He loio. Syn. advo- 

2. Mea koi ikaika. 
Pleas'ant, adj. Oluolu; malie; kalae- 

Pleas'ant-ly, adv. Me ka oluolu. 
Pleas/ant-ry, n. Hana hoolealea; olelo 

Please, v. E oluolu; e hoo-oluolu. 
Pleas'ing, adj. Oluolu; lea. 
Pleasure, n. Lealea; olioli. 
Ple-be'ian, adj. Kuaaina. Syn. yul- 

£ ar - 

Pledge, n. Mea panai. 

Pledge, v. 1. E waiho ma ke ano pa- 
2. E hoohiki. 



Plēn-i-po-tēn>ti-a-ry, n. He elele me 
ka mana akea. 

Plen'i-tude, n. Kapiha; kanui. Syn. 

Plen'te-ousJ n/7 . Lawa; mahuahua; 

Plen'ti-ful, j a ^' lako. 

Plen'ty, n. Ka lawa pono; ka lako 

Pleu'ri-sy, n. Mai umii. 

PH'a~ble, adj. 1. Nolunolu. Syn. flex- 
2. Lauwili. 

Pli'ant, adj. Hoolohe. 

Plight, v. E haawi i ka olelo ae. 

Plight, n. Kanoho'na. Syn. condition. 
A sorry plight, inoino ka noho'na. 

Plod, v. 1. E maalo ae me ka luhi. 
2. E hoomau me ka hoomanawanui. 

Plot, n. 1. Hanakipi; hana hoohalua. 
2. Apana. Plot of ground, apana aina. 

Plot, v. 1. E kipi malu'. 
2. E kahakaha i kii o ka aina. 

Plot'ter, n. Kanaka kipi; kanaka hoo- 

Plo'ver, n Manu kolea. 

PlSughi^ °°-P alau - 

Plough'manJ n ' Kanak a palau ama. 
Plow' share ) Ka hao o ka oo-pa- 
Plough'sharej n - lau. 
Pliiek, v. 1. E ohi. Syn. pick. 

2. Euhuki. Syn. pull. 
Pliiek, n. Aa; koa. Syn. courage. 

2. Ake paa. 
Plug, n. 1. He umoki. 

2. Pepee. Plug of tobacco, pepee baka. 
PI fig, v. E hoopaa me ka umoki. 
Plu'mage, n. Na hulu manu. 
Plumb, v. E hookupono; e hoo-ku po- 

Plunib'ei*, n. Kanaka hana ma na mea 

kepau, etc. 
Plumb'llne, n. He kaula me ka poka' 

mea hoo-kupono. 
Plume, n. Hulu no ka papale ; burn 

Plum'met, n. Syn. plumb line. 
PI iimp, adj. 1. Momona; puipui; ne- 


2. Huake; kaekae. 
Plun'der, n. Waiwai i hao ia. 
Plun'der, v. E bao ; e pakaha. 
Plun'der-er, n. He pakaha; powa. 
Plunge, v. 1. Elujekimo, 

2. E hoo-u'. 
Plu'ral, adj. Oi i ka hookahi; lehulehu. 
Plu-ral'i-ty, n. Kalehulehu; ka oi. 
Plus. Hui; hoailona o ka boouluulu. 
Pneū-māt'i€S (nū), n. Ka ike no ke 

ea me kona ano. 
Pneu-mo'ni-a, n. He wela ma ke ake 

Poach, v. 1. E boomoa bua moa ma 

ka boo-naba ; ana iloko o ka wai baila. 

2. E aibue i na bolobolona liilii ma 

ka aina o bai. 

Poek'et,^. Ekemakalole komo; be 

Pock'et-bo^k, n. Buke lawe pakeke. 
Poek'et-kmfe, n. Pahi pelu. Syn. 

jack knife. 
Pod, n. Aa; wahi' o kekahi mau hua. 
Po'em, n. He mele. 
Po'ei, n. He baku-mele. 
Po'et-ess, n. Wabine haku mele. 

Policial,! ad J' Memele. 
Po'et-ry, n. Mele. Syn. verse. 
Poign'ant (poin), adj. Nui loa. Poign- 
ant grief, ebaeha nui loa o ka naau. 
Point, n. 1. Hepiko; welau. 

2. Kumu-manao. Syn. subject matter. 

3. He lae. 

Point, v. E kubikubi. 
Point'blank', adj. Kokoke loa; kupo- 

no i ke alo. 
Point'ed, adj. 1. Oi; winiwini. Syn. 

sharp. ^ 

2. Pili pono. A pointed remark, be 

olelo pili pono. 
Point'er, n. 1. Laau kubikubi. 

2. Ilio babai bolobolona. 
Point'ing, n. Ke kau pono ana i na 

Pois'on, n. Laau make ; akua banai. 
Pois/on-er, n. Mea hanai laau make. 
Pois'on-ous, adj. Make. 
Poke, v. E bou. 
Po'ker, n. Hao hoala abi. 
Po'lar, adj. Pili i na welau o ka honua. 

Polar regions, na wabi ma na welau. 
Pole, n. 1. Heoa;aho. 

2. He pabu. Flag pole, pahu bae. 

3. He ana. 

4. He Welau. North Pole, Welau Akau. 
Pole'star, n. Ka Hoku-paa. Syn. 

North Star. 
Po-lice' (po-lees'), «• Na makai. 
Po-lice'man, n. He makai. 
PoFi-cy, n. 1. He manao hooko. 

2. Palapala panai ola. 
PoFish, n. 1. Lepo anai. 

2. He hinuhinu. 

3. Ano boobiebie; ano keonimana. 
Po~līte>, adj. Anooluolu; ano keoni- 
mana; pihalula. 

Po-lite'ness, n. Ke ano oluolu o ka 

Po-llte'ly, adv. Pihalula. 
P6Fi-ti€, adj. Kupono ; noeau. Syn. 

Po-lit'i«-al, adj. Pili i ka oihana au- 

puni ; kalai aina. Political economy, ka- 

lai aina. 
Pol'i-tl'cian, n. Kanaka makee oihana 

P61'i-ti«s, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ka 

oihana aupuni. 
Poll, n. Kepoo. Poll tax, aubau kino. 
Polls, n. pi. Papa inoa o ka poe koho 

balota. At the polls, ma ke kabua 

Pol-lute', n. E hoohaumia. Syn. 

defile; corrupt. 



Pol-Xu/tion, %. Haumia; paumaele. 

Syn. corruption. 
Pol-troon', n. Hemaka'uwalehaukae. 
Po-lyg'a-mist, n. Mea mare lehulehu. 
Po-lyg'a-my, n. Mare lehulehu. 
Pol'y-gon, n. Huina lehulehu. 
Pol'y-mo'mi-al, n. Kuanite mahele 

Pol'y-syFla-Me, n. Hua-olelo ma- 

mala lehulehu. 
PoFy-tfoe'ism, n. Manaoio i na akua 

he lehulehu. 

P6.m.'mel, n. Omuku noho lio. 

Pom-mel, v. E kui. Syn. pound. 

Po-moFo-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana i na 
hua o ka aina me ka hooulu ana. 

Pomp, n. Hoohiehie; hookahakaha. 

Pomp'oiis, adj. Hookeha. 

P 6nd , n. He kiowai ; loko wai uuku. 

Pon'der, v. Ē nalu; e poonoo. Syn. 

Pon/der-oiis, adj. Kaumaha loa. Syn. 

P on' tiff, n. Kahuna Nui. 

Po'ny, n. Lio punahele. 

Poo'dle, n. Ilio liilii. 

Pool, n. He kiowai; loko. 

Poor, adj. 1. Ilihune; nele. Syn. des- 

2. Olala; wiwi. Syn. lean. 

3. Inoino. Syn. inferior. 

4. Kuponoole. Syn. worthless. 
5^ Onawaliwali. Syn. ill. 

Poorely, adv. 1. Onawaliwali. 

2. Hemahema. Poorly done, hema- 
hema ka hana. 

3. Think poorly of, manao ole ia'ku. 
Pop, v. E poha'; e leleponi. 

Pope, n. Ke poo o ka hoomana kato- 

Pop'er-y, n. Hoomana katolika. 

Pop'u-laee, n. Na makaainana. 

Pop'u-lar, adj. Oluolu i kalahui;ku 
i ka makemake o ka lehulehu. 

Pop'ii-lar'i-ty, n. Ka hilinai o ka le- 

Pop'u-late, v. E hoopiha ka aina i ka- 

Pdp'u-la'tion, n. Na kanaka o ka aina. 

Pop'xi-loiis, adj. Paapu i kanaka. 

Poreli, n, Lanai hale. 

I^ore, n. Pukapuka ili. 

Pore, v. E liaka pono; e noonoo. 

Pork, n, I'o puaa. 

Pork'er, He puaa. 

Por'o&s, adj. Pukapuka. 

Por'pois© (pus), n. Naia. 

Port, n. 1. Awa ku moku. Syn. harbor. 
2. Aoao hema o ka moku. 

Port'a-bll'i-ty, n. Hiki ke halihali ia. 

Por'ta-ble, adj. Hiki ke laweia. 

Portfal, n. Ipuka; kahi e komo ai. 

Por-tend', v. E hoike e mannia. Syn. 

For'tent, n. He ouli o ka poino. 

Por-tent'oiis, adj. Paapu i na ouli o 

ka ino. 
Por'ter, n. 1. Kiaipuka. 

2. Kanaka hali ukana. 

3. He ano bia. 

Port'fo'li-o, n. He ope waiho pepa. 
Port'hole, n. Puka ki-pu o ka moku 

Por'ti-«o, n. He lanai no ka puka ko- 
Por'tion, n. Haawina; mahele; hapa, 
Por'tion-less, adj. Mahele ole. 
Port'ly, adj. Puipui. 
Port-maxi/teaxi, n. Eke lawe lole. 
Por'trait, n. Kii helehelena. 
For-tray', v. E pena i ke kii. 

2. E hoike lea. 
Pose, n. Ke ano o ke ku ana. 
Pos'er, %. Ninau pohihihi. 
Po-si'tion, n. 1. Wahi. Syn. place. 

2. Kulana. Position in society, kulana 

iwaena o kanaka. 
Pos/i-tive, adj. Akaka; maopopo 

2.~ Positive quantity , kuanite nui. 
Pos/i-tive-ly, adv. Me ka maopopo 

lea; oiaio maoli. 
Pos'se €6m-i-ta'tus, n. Hepualima- 

kaainana e kokua ana i na lima o ke 

Pos-sess', v. E loaa; e loaa ponoi. 
Pos-ses'sion, n. Ka loaa ana. In his 

possession aia ma kona lima; aia i 

Pos-ses'sions, n. pi. Na waiwai ponoi 
Poi-ses'sor, n. Ka ona; ka haku. 
P6s'si-bīFi-ty, n. Ka hiki ana paha. 
P5s'si-ble, adj. Paha. Syn. perhaps. 
Post, %. He pou. 

2. Heelele. 
Post, v. 1. E hoonoho. Post guards, e 

hoonoho i poe kiai. 

2. E hookomo i ka eke leta. Syn. 

3. E hookomo ma ka Ledger. 

4. E imi; e hoonaauao. 
Post'age, n. TJku leta; poo leta. 
Post'al, adj. Pili i ka oihana lawe leta. 
Post'date, v. E kakau mahope o ka 

manawa 1 

Post'di-lvi'vi-an, adj. Mahope mai o 

Post'er, n. Palapala hoolaha. 

Pos-te/ri-or, adj. Mahope mai. 

Pos-te'ri-ors, n. pi. Kikala. 

Pos-ter'i-ty, n. Na mamo. Syn. de- 

Post'hast©, adv. Me ka awiwi loa. 

Post'lm-moiis, adj. Mahope mai o ka 
make ana. A posthumous child, he kei- 
ki i hanauia mahope mai o ka make 
ana oka makuakane. 
2. Posthumous works, na puke i paiia 
mahope mai o ka make ana o ka mea 
nana i kakau. 

Post'marli, n. Hoailona pai o ka hale 

Post'mast'er, n. Luna leta. 

Post'inis'tress, n. Luna leta wahiae. 



Pdst-mor'tem, adj. Mahope o ka ma- 
ke. Postmortem examination, ka imi 
ana I ke kumu o ka make ana. 

Post/office, n. Hale leta. 

Post-paid, adj. Ukuia ka uku leta. 

Post'pone, v* E hoopanee. 

Post-pone'ment, n. Ka hoopanee ana. 

Post' script, a. Olelo pakui no ka pa- 
lap ala. 

Post'ure, n. Ke ano o ke ku ana: ka 
moe ana. Syn. attitude. 

Pot, d. Ipu no kela me keia hana. Iron 
pot, ipu-hao. 

Pot, v. E hookomo ma ka ipu. 

Po'ta-Me, adj. Kupono ke inuia. Syn. 

Po-ta'to, n. TJala. Sweet potato, nala 
maoli. Irish or white potato, uala ka- 

Po'tent, adj. Mana. Syn. powerful. 

Po'tent-ate, n. He moi. Syn. sover- 

Po'tion, n. Laau inu. 

Pot'luek, n. He paina o na mea ai i 
loaa ma ka lima. 

Pdt'fcage, n. He supa. 

Pot'ter, 7i. Kanaka hana ipu lepo. 

Pofter-y, n. Kela me keia ano ipu 

Pot-val'iant, ad. Aa , no ka ona. 

Pouch, m. Aamoni; eke. 

PouPtice, n, Laau hamo; mea hooe- 
mi pen"u. 

Poiil'try, %, Na manu o ka pa mami. 

Pounce» v. Ē poi; e popoi. 

Pound, n. 1. He paona. 

2. He dala gula o Beretania. Syn. 

3. Pa aupuni. 
Pound, v. E kui. 

Pound'keep'er, n. Luna pa-aupuni. 
Pour, v. E ninini; e hookahe. 
Pout, v. E o iwaho ka lehelehe; e nu- 

P6 v'er-ty, n. He nele; he hune. Syn. 

penury; want; indigence. 
Pow'der, n. 1. Pauda ki-pu, 

2. Lepo wali ; lepo aeae. 

3. Laau a ke kauka. 
Pow'er, n. Mana. 
Pow'er-ful, adj. Mana nui. 
Pow'er-less, adj. Mana ole. 
Prac'ti-ca-bil'i-ty, n. Ka hiki. Syn. 


Prac'ti-ca-ble, adj. Hiki. Syn. pos- 

Prac'ti-cal, adj. 1. Lawelawe mau. 
2. Makaukau ma ka lawelawe ana. A 
practical man, he kanaka makaukau 
ma ka lawelawe ana. 

Practise, n. 1. Hana mau. Syn. 
2. Ka lawelawe mau ana. 

Prac'tlse, v. E hana mau; e lawelawe 
nui; e hoomaamaa. 

Pra«-ti'tion-er, n. Mea lawelawe ma 
kekahi o na oihana naauao. 

Pral'ri©, n. Aina papu akea. 

Praise, n. Mahalo; hoolea; hoonani. 
Praise'wor-thy, adj. Ku i ka maha- 

Prance, v. E lelelele. 
Pranc'er, n. Lio lelelele. 
Prank, n» Hana paani; hana lealea. 

Syn. frolic. 
Prate, v. Ewalaauwale. 
Prat- tie, v. Ka walaau o kamalii liilii. 
Prat'tler, n, Keiki liilii hoomaka wa- 
Pray, i). E pule; e noi. Syn. supplicate. 
Pray'er, n. He pule; he noi. Syn. 

Pray'er-ful, adj. Haipule. 
Pray'er-less, adj. Pule ole; hooma- 

P reach, v. E hai-olelo. 
Preach/er» n. He hai-olelo; kahuna 

Pre-ad'am-ite, adj. Mamiia'eoAdamu 
Pre'ani-ble, n. Olelo mua, 
Pre-ca'ri-ous, adj. 1. Maopopoole; 

loli wale. Syn. uncertain. 

2. Paa ole. 

3. Mahunehune. In a precarious con- 
dition,_olSL mahunehune. 

Pre-cau'tion, n, Ka hoomakaukau e. 
To take the precaution, e hoomakaukau e. 
Pre-cede', v. E hele mamua. 

£2f«EZ^.f«" ^ Mana ox. 
Prec'e-dent, n. He ana hoohalike. 
Pre-ced'ing, adj. Mamua'e. 
Pre'cept, n. Kauoha; olelo ao. Syn. 

Pre-cept'or, n. Kumu-ao. Syn. teacher. 
Pre'cinct, n. 1. Palena; mokuna. Syn. 


2. He kauwahi. 
Pre'cious, n. Makamae; hiwahiwa. 
Prec'I-pice, n. Pali. 
Pre-cip'i-tan-cy, n. Pupuahulu; kiki. 
Pre-cip'i-tate,~i>. 1. Ekiolaiho. Syn. 

cast down. 

2. E pupuahulu. 

3. E hoohikilele. 
Pre-cip'i-ta'tion, n, Ka hoohikilele 


Pre-cip'i-toiis, adj. Palipali. 

Pre-clse', adj. Kupono loa; pololei 

Pre-cfse'ly, adv. Like loa; ku like 
maoli. Precisely so, pela maoli no. 

Pre-cis/ion, n. Ke kupono loa; polo- 
lei loa. 

Pre-clude', <y. E hoo-ke'; hookaaokoa. 

Pre-eo'cious, adj. Ulu wawe o ka 

Pre-coc/i-ty, n. Ka ulu wawe o ka noo- 

Pre'con-ceive', v. E hooholo e ma ka 
manao. " 

Pre'con-cert', v. E noonoo, a hooholo 
e mamua. 

Pre-cur'sor, n. 1. He elele. Syn. 
2. He ouli. Syn. harbinger. 




Pred'a-to-ry, adj. Powa; pakaha. 
Syn. plundering. ' 

Pred'e-ces'sor, n. Mea noho mua. Pre- 
decessor in office, mea noho mua ma ka 

Pre-dēs'ti-nāte, ) E wae e mamua. 

Pre-des'tine, \ u ' Syn. foreordain. 

Pre'de-ter'imne, v. E hooholo e ma- 

Pre-dic'a-ment, n. Pilikia. 

Pre-dlct', v. E wanana; hai e mamua. 
Syn. foretell. 

Pre-die'tion, n. He wanana. Syn. 

Pre'di-lec'tlon, n. Ka huli eoka ma- 
nao. Syn. partiality. 

Pre'dis-pose', v. E hilinai e ka manao. 

Pre-dis'po-si'tion, n. He hilinai e. 

Pre-dom'i-nant, adj. Pookela; oi i- 
mua o na mea e. 

Pre-doin'i-nate, v. E kela; e oi. 

Pre-em'i-iiexice, n. Ka noho pookela 

Pre-em/i-nexit, adj. Pookela. 

Pre-empt', v. E loaa i ka pono o ke 
kuai mua. 

Pre-emp'tion, n. Ka pono o ke kuai 

Pre'en-gage', v. E hoopaa e; e lilo e. 

Pre'en-gage'ment, n. Ka hoopaa e 
ana; lilo e ana. 

Pre'ex-ist', v. E ola e; e waiho e. 

Pre'ex-ist'ent, adj. Ola ana mamua; 
e waiho ana mamua. 

Preface, n. Olelo hoakaka mua. 

Pre-fer', v, E aho. 

Pref'er-a-Me. adj. Aho ia. 

P refer- ance, n. Ke koho ana; ka oi 
ma ke koho. 

Pre-fer'ment, n. Ka hookiekie an'ae 
ma ka oihana. 

Pre-fig'ure, v. E hoike e ma na hoai- 

Pre-fix', v. E kakau mamua iho, 

Preg'nan-cy, n. Hapai keiki. 

Prēg'nant7 adj. 1. Hapai. 
2. Paapu; piha. Syn. full. 

Pre-j&dge', v. E hooholo e mamua o 
ka lohe ana. 

Prej'u-dice, n. Manao ino; manao 

Prej'ii-di'cial, adj. Kue i ka pono. 

Prel'ate, n. Kahuna kiekie o ka eka- 
lesia Soma. 

Pre-liiai'i-iia-ry, adj. Mua; hooma- 
kaukau. Syn. preparatory. 
Preclude, n. 1. He mele hoomaka 
aha mele. 

2._ Hanahoomakaukau; olelo mua. 
Pre'ma-ture', adj. Mamua o kawa 

kupono. _ 
Pre'ma-ture'ly, adv. Mamua'e o ka 

Pre-mēd'i-tāte, v. E noonoo e ma- 
Pre-med'I-tat'ed, adj. Noonoo e ia. 
Pre'raier, n. Kuhina nui; ka mua. 
Prem'is-es, n. Ka hale me kona pa. 

Pre'mi-iim, n. 1. Makana apono. Syn. 

reward; prize. 

2. Uku makahiki no ka panai ola. 
Pre'mo-ni'tion, n. He halia; he hihio 

no na mea ehiki mai ana. 
Prē-6«'©u-py, v. 1. E lilo e; e hoopaa e. 

2. E komo e. 
Prep'a-ra'tion, n. Ka hoomakaukau 

Pre-par'a-to-ry, adj. Hoomakaukau 
Pre-pare', v. E hoomakaukau; e lo- 

lii; eliulim. 
Pre-pay', v. E uku e. 
Pre-pon'der-ate, v. E kaumaha oi; 

e koikoi oi aku. Syn. outweigh. 
Prep'o-sl'tion, n. Inaleo. 
Pre'pds-sess'ing, adj. Onaona; nakui. 
Pre-pos'ter-oiis, adj. Lapuwale. Syn. 

Pre-req'xii-site, n. He mea e pono ai. 
Pre-rog'a-tive, n. Pono pili paa. 

Royal prerogative, pono pili paa i ka 

Moi. _ 
Pre-sage', v. E hoike e mai; e wanana. 
Pres'by-ter-y, n. Aha luna kahiko. 
Pre'sci-ence, n. Ka ike no na mea e 

hiki'mai ana. Syn. foresight. 
Pre- scribe', v. 1. E hoonoho i kana- 

wai; a rala paha. 

2. E haawi i laau lapaau. 
Pre-scrip'tion, n. Olelo kuhikuhi laau 

Pre-serrp'tive, adj. Mai kahiko mai. 

Prescriptive right, pono mai kahiko 

Pres'ence, n. 1. Ke alo. Royal presence, 

alo MoiT 

2. Presence of mind, makaukau o ka 

noonoo; pilihua ole. 
Pres'ent, n. 1. He makana. 

2. The present, ke au e hele nei. 
Pres'ent, adv. Eia; maanei; ke noho 

Pre-seiit', v. 1. E haawi. Syn. give. 

2. E hoike. Syn. show. 
Pre-sent'a-ble, adj. Kohu pono; ku- 
pono ke ku imua. 
Pre'sen-ta'tion, n. Ka haawi ana ; ka 

hoike ana. 
Pre-sen'ti-ment, n. He halia. Syn. 

Pres'ent-ly, adv. Kokoke. Syn. soon; 

Pres'er-va'tion, n. Ka hoomalu ana; 

ka malama ana. 
Pre-serve', v. 1. E malama. 

% Ē hoomoa i mea ono mai na hua ai. 
Pre-serve', n. Mea ono i hoomoaiamai 

na nua ai. 
Pre-serv'er, n. Kahu malama; mea 

nana e hoopakele. 
Pre-slde', v. E noho i poo. 
Pres'i-den-cy, n. 1. Hoomalu peresi- 
2. Ka oihana peresidena. Under the 

presidency of, malalo o ka hoomalu 
peresidena ana o. 
Pres'i-dent, n. Peresidena. * 



Pres'i-den'tial, adj. Pili i ka oihana 

Press, v. 1. E kaomi; e nwi. Syn. 


2. E hoo-ke'. Syn. crowd. 

3. E kono ikaika. Syn. urge. 

4. E hii; hiipoi. Syn. embrace. 
Press, n. 1. Mikini kaomi. 

2. He pai palapala. 

3. Na palapala i paiia o na ano a pan. 
- 4. Puuluulu o kanaka. Syn. crowd. 

Press'ing, adj. E kono ana; e kaohi 

Press'ure, n, Ke kaomi ana; ke kaohi 

Pres-tigre', n. Ke kaulana. 
Pres'to, adv. Emoole. 
Pre-sume', v. 1. E manao wale. Syn. 


2. E mahaoi; elalau; ho-aa'no. 
Pre-sūmp'tion,w. 1. Ka manao wale. 

Syn. supposition. 
Pre-siimp'tu-oiis, adj. Ho-aa'no. 
Pre-tend', v. E hookamani. Syn. feign. 
Pre-tense', n. Hoopohala. 
Pre-ten'sion, n. Manao wale; manao 

Pre'ter-nat'u-ral, adj. Eehia; kupai- 

anaha. Syn. supernatural. 
Pre'text, n. Kumu hoopohala. Syn. 

Pret'ty, adj. 1. Maikai; hoonu'anu'a. 

2. Pretty good, maikai iki. Pretty bad, 

ino no. 
Pre- vail', v. E laha; e lanakila. 
Pre-vail'ing, adj. 1. Lanakila; laha. 

2. Mau. Prevailing wind, makani man. 
Prev'a-lence, n. Ka laha ana. 
Prev'a-lent, adj. Laha. Prevalent sick- 
ness, mai laha. 
Pre-var'i-cate, v. E hauhili ma ka 

Pre-var'i-ca'tion, n. Olelo hauhili. 
Pre- vent', v. E keakea; e pale. 
Pre-ven'tion, n. Kc keakea ana; ka 

pale ana. 
Pre-vent'ive, n. Kumu keakea; kumu 

Pre'vi-oiis, adj. Mua. Move the 'previ- 
ous question, e ninau a no. 
Pre'vi-ous-ly, adv. Mamua iho. 
Prey, n. Waiwai pio; mea pio. 
Prey, v. E hao; e pakaha. Beast of 

prey, holoholona ai holoholona. 
Price, n. Kumukuai. 
Price, v. E ninau i ke kumukuai. 
Price-eor'rent, n. Kumukuai o ka 

Priceless, adj. Makamae. Syn. pre- 
Prick, v. E hou me ka mea oioi. 
Prick'er, n. Mea oioi. Syn. brier. 
Prick'ly-pear', n. Panini ; pa-bipi. 
Pride, n. Haaheo ; hookiekie. 
Priest, n. Kahuna pule. 
Priest'craft, n. Hoomana hookamani. 
Pr*ēst'hot>d, n. Oihana kahunapule. 

Priest-rid'den, adj. Malalo loa o ka 

mana o ke kahuna pule. 
Prig, n. Mea akena wale. 
Priggish, adj. Akena wale. 
PrI'ma-ry, adj. Mua; kumu mua. 
Prime, c^'. 1. Mua; nui. Prime came, 

kumu nui; kumu mua. Syn. chief. 

2. Oi o ka maikai. 

3. Prime of life, wa oo; wa ikaika. 
Prim'er, n. Buke A ; kumumua. 
Pri-me'val, adj. No kinohi. 
Printing, n. 1. Pauda ki pu. 

2. Ka hamo mua ana o ka pena. 
Prim'i-tive, adj. Kinohou. 
Prim'ness, n. Ano hookiekie. 
Pri'mo-gen'i-tor, n. Kupuna mua. 
Pri'mo-gren'i-ture, n. Ka pono o ka 

hanau mua. Syn. birthright. 
Prince, n. Keiki moi; he alii. 
Prmce'ly, adj. 1. Me he moi la. 

2. Kamahao; nani. A princely gift, he 

makana nani. 
Prin'cess, n. He alii wahine. 
Prin'ci-pal, adj. Nui. Mua. Syn. 

Prin'ci-pal, n. 1. Ke poo o ke kula nui. 

2. Kumupaa. 
Prin'ci-ple, n. Loina; oiaio; mole. A 

man"of principle, he kanaka kupaa ma 

ka oiaio. 
Prink, v. E kahiko i ke kino a nani. 
Print, v. E pai. 
Print, n. 1. He meheu. 

2. Lole kalakoa. 

3. Hekii. 

Print'er, n. Kanaka pai palapala. 

Prmt'ing:, n. Ke pai ana. 

Print'ing-of'fice, n. Hale pai ] 

Print'ing-pa'per, n. Pepa pai ] 

Print'ingr-press', n. Mikini pai pala- 

Prl'or, adv. Mamua ae. Syn. previous. 

Pri-or'i-ty, n. Ka mua. Priority of 
birth, ka mua ma ka hanau ana. 

Prism, n. Kinopaa aoao like lua, ili lau- 

Pris'on, n. Hale paahao. 

Prls'on-er, n. He paahao. 

Pris'tine, adj. No kinohi. Syn. prime- 

Pri'va-ey, n. Kahi mehameha; kahi 

Private, adj. Mehameha; malu'; hu- 

Pri'vate, n» He koa maoli. 

Pri'vate-ly, adv. Ma kahi malu'. 

Pri-va'tion, n. He nele. 

Prlv'i-lege, n. He pono; he pomaikai. 

Priv'i-ly, adj. Malu'. Syn. secretly. 

Priv'y, n Hale liilii. 

Priv'y, adj. 1. Malu'. Privy council, 
Aha kuka' malu'. 
2. Ike malu'; ae malu'. 

Prize, n. Uku makana no ka oi. 

Prize, v. E manao nui aku; e kau nui 
ka manao. 



Prize'-figlit'er, n. Mea hakaka, aume- 
ume paha, no ka makana. 

Pro and con. Kokua a kue. 

Prob'a-bil'i-ty, n. Ka oiaio paha. 

Prob'a-ble, adj. Oiaio paha; oiaio i ka 
nana 'ku. 

Prob'a-bly, adv. Pela paha; oiaio pa- 

Pro'bate, n. Ka hooia ana i na pala- 
pala hooilink. Probate court, aha hooia 
palapala hooilina. 

Pro-ba'tion, n. 1. He wa hoao. 
2. He hoao ; hooia. 

Pro-ba'tion-a-ry, adj. Hoao; hooia. 

J?rohe, n. He kui-hou a ke kauka. 

Probe, v. E hookomo i ke kui horn. 

Prob'i-ty, n. Oiaio; hoopono. Syn. 

Prob'lem, n. Manaohai; nanehai. 

Prob'lem-at'ie, adj Maopopo ole. 

Pro-bos'cis, n. He nuku loloa. 

Pro-ced'ure, n. Ka holo ana o ka hana. 

Pro-ceed', v. 1. E hele imua; maalo 
ae. " 
2. Proceed from, e puka mai no loko ae. 

Pro-ceed'ing, n. Ka hana. 

Pro'ceeds, n. Naloaa. Syn. avails. 

Proc'ess, ~n. 1. He hana. A legal pro- 
cess, he hana o ke kanawai. 

2. Process of time, ka nee ana o ka 

3. Process of thought, ka holo ana o ka 

Pro-ces'sion, n. He huakai hele. 
Pro-elalm/, v. E hoolaha. Syn. pub- 
Proe'la-ma'tion, n. He olelo hoolaha; 

olelo knkala. 
Pro-ellv'i-ty, n. Ka hilinai ana. Syn. 

Pro-cras'ti-nate, v. E hookaulua. 

Syn~ put off; delay. 
Pro-erās'ti-nā'tion, n. Ka hookaulua 

ana. _ 
Pro-eur'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke loaa; loaa 

Pro-eure', v. E loaa. Syn. obtain. 
Prod'i-gal, adj. Uhauha ; maunauna. 
Prod'i-gal'i-ty, n. Ka uhauha; ka pa- 

kela. Syn. profusion; extravagance. 
Pro-di'gious, adj. Nui launa ole. 
Prod'i-gy, n. Mea kupaianaha. 
Pro-duce', v. 1. E hoohua mai. 

2. E waiho mai. Syn. bring forward. 
Prod'uce, n. 1. Na hua. Syn. fruit. 
Pro-duc'er, n. Mea nana e hoohua. 
Prod'uet, n. 1. Hua. Syn. fruit. 

2. H naloaa. 
Pro-diic/tion, n. 1. Hua; ka hoohua 


2. Ka waiho ana mai. 
Pro-duet'ive, adj. Hua nui. 
Prof'a-na'tion, n. Ka hana ino ana i 

na mea laa. 
Pro-fane', v. 1. E hana ino. 

2. E hana ino i na mea laa. 

3. E hoohaumia. 


Pro-fane', adj. 1. Laa ole. Syn. secular. 

2. Kuamuamu. 
Pro-fan'i-ty, n. 1. Ka lawe ino ana i 

ka inoa o Ke Akua. 

% Ka hoohaumia ana i na mea laa. 
Pro-fess', v. E hooia me ka waha. 
Pro-fes'sion, n. 1. Ka hooia ana me 

ka waha. 

2. He oihana naauao. 
Pro-fes'sion-al, adj. Pili oihana. Pro- 
fessional services, Kokua pili oihana. 
Pro-fes'sor, n. 1. Mea e hooia ana. 

2. Kumu-ao no na lala kiekie o ka ike. 
Pro-fes'sor-sliip, n. Oihana kumu-ao 

ma ke kula nui. 
Proffer, v. E haawi. 
Pro-fi'cien-cy, n. Ka makaukau. A 

great degree" of proficiency, makaukau 

Pro-fi/cient, adj. Makaukau; akamaL 
Prd'file, n. He kaha helehelena. 
Profit, v. E ao; e puka. 
Profit, n. Puka; waiwai; pomaikai. 
Profit- a-ble, adj. Waiwai; make- 

pono; pomaikai. 
Prof it-a-bly, adv. Me ka makepono. 
Prof li-ga-cy, n. Ano uhauha. 
Profli-gate, adj. Uhauha. 
Pro-found', adj. Hohonu. 
Pro-found'ly, adv. 1. Loa. Profoundly 

sorrowful, kaumaha loa. 

2. Hohonu. Profoundly wise, hohonu 

ka ike. Profoundly skilled, hohonu ke 

Pro-fun'di-ty, n. Ka hohonu. Syn. 

Pro-fuse', adj. Pakela loa; makena 

wale L Syn. lavish. 
Pro-fu'sion, n. Paapu wale; makena 

Pro-gen-i-tor, n. He kupuna. 
Prog'e-ny, n. Na keiki. Syn. offspring. 
Prog-n6s'ti-eate, v. E hoike e ma- 

mua. Syn. foretell. 
Prog-nos'ti-ea'tion, n. Ka wanana 

Pro'gram, ) Papa hoike no na 
Programme, ] hana. 

Prog'ress, n. 1, Ka holomua. 

2. Ka nee ana imua. 
Pro-gres^', v. E nee imua. 
Pro-gres'sion, n. Ka nee ana imua. 
Pro-gres'sive, adj. Holo mua. 
Pro-hib'it, v. E pa'pa'; e hookapu\ 
Pro'hi-bi'tion, n. Ka papa ana; ka 

hookapu ana. 
Pro-hlb'i-to-ry, adj. Hookapu. 
Pro-jeet', v. 1. E kikoo iwaho; e kiola. 

2. E hoomakaukau hana. Syn. to 

Proj'eet, n. Hana i noonoo ia. Syn. 

Pro-jeVtile, n. Mea lele. 
Pro-jeet'ing, adj. E o ana iwaho. 
Pro-jec'tion, n. 1. Mea e o ana iwaho. 

2. Ka hoolele ana. Syn. throwing 

Pro-lif ie, adj. Hua nui; hana nui. 




Pro'lix, adj. Loihi a luhi. 

Pro- long-', v. E hooloihi; hookaulua* 

Pro'lon-ga'tion, w. Ka hooloihi ana. 

Prom'e-nade', v. E holoholo. 

Prom'i-nence, n. Ka hookiekie ana'e. 

Prom'i-nent, adj. Kiekie; ohuku. A 
prominent man, he kanaka kiekie ; ka- 
naka koikoi. 

Prom'i-nent-ly, adv. Me ka maopopo 
lea. To bring prominently forward, e 
hoike maopopo lea inai. 

Pro-mis'€«-oūs, adj. Huikau. 

Prdm'Ise, n. He olelo paa. 

Prom'is-so-ry 3NTote, n. Bila hooaie'. 

Pr6m'on-to-ry, n. Lae kiekie. 

Pro-mote', v. 1. E kokua; e hooikaika. 
2. E hookiekie ae ma ka oihana. 

Pro-mot'er, n. Mea e kokua ana. 

Pro-mo'tion, n. Ka hookiekie ana'e. 

Prompt, adj. Makaukau; kuoo. Syn. 

Prompt, v. _E paipai. 

Prdmpt'i-tude, n. Ke ano kuoo; ma- 

Prompt'ly, adv. Me ka hakalia ole. 

Pro-mul'gate, v. E hoolaha. Syn. 

Pro'mul-ga'tion, n. Ka hoolaha ana. 

Prone, adj. 1. Moe alo ilalo. 
2. Maa; walea. 

Prong:, n. Manamana. 

Pro'nonn, n. Paniinoa. 

Pro-nounce', v. Epuanaleo. 

Pro-nounced', adj. Ike lea ia. Apro- 
nounced liar, he kanaka wahahee i ike 

Pro-nun'ci-a'tion, n. Ka puana leo. 

Proof, n. ~1, Olelo hooia; ka hooia ana. 
2. _He pai mua, i mea hooponoponoia. 

Proof, adj. Paa. Waterproof, paa i ko- 
mo ole ai ka wai. 

Proof/sheet, n. He pepa i pai mua ia 
no ka hooponopono ana. 

Prop, n. Hekoo; he unu ; makia. Syn. 
support. _ 

Prop'a-gate, v. E hoolaha. Syn. dis- 

Prop'a-ga'tion, n. Ka hoolaha ana. 

Pro-pel', v. E hoonee imua. 

Pro-pel'ler, n. 1. Mea e hoonee imua. 
2. Mokumahu me ka huila kaa ma- 

Pro~pēn'si-ty, n. Ka hilinai ana. Pro- 
pensity to evil, ka hilinai ana i ka hewa. 

Propter, adj. Kupono. Syn. suitable; 

2. Proper noun, inoa pili kino; inoa 

Prop'er-ly, adv. Kupono. 

Prop'er-ty, n. 1. Waiwai. Personal 
property, waiwai pili kino. 
2. Ano. Syn. quality. 

Pr6ph'e-cy, n. Olelo wanana. Syn. 

Proph'e-sy, v. E wanana. Syn. pre- 

Proph'et, n. He kaula. 

Pro-pliel/ie, adj. Wanana ia. 

Pro-pin'qui-ty, n. Kekokoke. Syn. 

Pro-pi'ti-ate, v. E hoolaulea. 
Pro-pi'ti-a'tion, n. He kalahala. 
Pro-pi'tious, adj. Laulea; oluolu. 
Pro-por'tion ; n. 1. Kaukolu. 

2. Ka hookaulike. 
Pro-por'tion-al, adj. Hookaulike. 
Pro-por'tion-ate, adj. Kaulike. A 

proportionate quantity.' he kuanite kau 

Pro-pos'al, n. He manao e hai aku; 

he noi e mare. 
Pro-pose', v. E hai manao; e noi. 

Propose marriage, e noi e mare. 
Prop'o-sl'tion, n. Manaohai. 
Pro-pound', v. E waiho mai. 
Pro-prl'e-tor, n. He haku ; he ona. 
Pro-pri'e-tor-ship, n. Ka noho ha- 
ku ana. 
Pro-pri'e-ty, n. Kapono; ka mea ku 

Pro'ro-ga'tion, n. Ka hoopau ana. 

Prorogation of Legislature, ka hoopau 

ana o ka Ahaolelo. 
Pro-rogue', v. E hoopau. Prorogue 

Legislature, e hoopau i ka Ahaolelo. 
Pro-seribe', v. E hoahewa e make; e 

kipaku mawaho ae o ka mana o ke ka- 

Prose, n. Kela me keia ano olelo, koe 

ke mele. 
Prds'e-eute, v. 1. E hoopii kanawai. 

2. E hoomau ma ka hooikaika. 
Pros'e-en'tion, n. 1. Ka hoopii ana. 

2. Ka aoao hoopii. 

3. Ka hooikaika ana. 
Pros'e-lyte, v. E kaana. 
Pros'peet, n. Nanaina. 
Pro-speet'Ive, adj. Pili i ka wa e hiki 

mai ana. 
Pro-spē€'tus, n. He olelo hoakaka 

mua no kekahi hana. 
Pros'per, v. E holomua; e kuonoono. 
Pros-per'i-ty, n. Pomaikai; kuonoono. 
Pros'per-oiis, adj. Kuonoono ; pomai- 
Pros'ti-tute* n. Wahine hookama- 

Pros'ti-tute, v. 1. E hookamakama. 

2. E hoohaahaa; hoohaumia, 
Pros'trate, adj. 1. Hina ilalo; kulai 


2. Luuluu. 
Prds'trate, v. E kulou; e kulai iho. 
Pros-tra'tion, n. 1. Luuluu. 

2._ Ke kulai ana ; moe ana ma ke alo. 
Pros'y, adj. Luhi ma ka olelo; ma ke 

kakau paha. 
Pro-teet', v. E hoomalu; e malama. 
Pro-tee'tion, n. Mea e malu ai; kumu 

hoomalu ; ka hoomalu ana. 
Pro-teet'or, n. Kahu malama. 
Pro-teet'or-ate, n. Kahoomalu ana. 
Pro'te-ge' (pro'tay-zhay), n. Keiki 

hanai ; punahele. 
Pro-test', n. He olelo hoohalahala; he 

olelo hoole. 




Protest/, v. E hoohalahala; c hoole. 
Prot'est-ant, n. Mea ku-e' i ka ekale- 

sia o Roma; he hoole pope. 
Prot'est-aiit-ism, n. Hoole pope. 
Prot'es-ta'tion, n. Ka hoole hoohiki. 
Pro'to-«ol, n. Ke kakau mua o ke kui- 

Pro-tract', Vp E hoomau aku a loihi. 
Pro-trude', v. 1. E hoo-o' iwaho; e 


2. Elewalewa. Syn. hang out. 
Pro-tu/ber-an$e, n. He puu; mea oi 

Proud, adj. Hookano; haanui. 
Proud'ly, adv. Me ka hookano; ka 

Prove, v. E hooia; e hoao. 
Prov'en-der, n. Ai na na holoholona. 
Prov'erb, n. Olelo ao. 
Pro-ver'bi-al, adj. Olelo nui ia; wa- 

Pro-vide', v. E hoomakaukau; hoo- 

lakojelolii. Syn. prepare. 
Pro-vld'ed, conj. Ina nae. Syn. on 

condition ; with the understanding. 
Prov'i-dence, n. Ka lima o Ke Akua. 
Prov'i-dent, adj. Hoomakaukau. e 

Prov'i-den'tial, adj. Na ka lima o 

Ke Akua. 
Pro-vid'er, n. Mea hoomakaukau; 

Prov'ince, n. 1. He mahele o ke au- 

puni i mamao aku mai ke poo oihana. 

2. He mahele o ka oihana. 

3. He panalaau. 
Pro-vm'cial-ism, n. Olelo kuaaina. 
Pro-vis/ioii, n. 1. He ai i hoomakau- 


2. Ka hoomakaukau ana. 
Pro- vis/ion- al, adj. Ku i ka wa. 
Pro-vi'so, n. He olelo ku i ka wa. 
Prov'o-ea'tion, n. Kumu hoonauki- 

Pro-voke% v. 1. E hoonaukiuki; e 


2. E hooeueu; hoolalelale. Syn. in- 
cite. _ 
Pro-vok'ing, p. a. Ukiuki. 
Prov'ost-inar'slial, n. Luna liopu koa 

Prow, n. Ka ihu o ka moku, Syn. 

Prow'ess, n. Koa. Syn. valor. 
Prowl, v. E kokolo me he holoholona 

hihiu la. 
Prox'i-mate, adj. Kokoke; ane. 
Prox-im'i-ty, n. Kahi kokoke. Syn. 

Prox'i-mo, n. Keiamahina'e. 
Prdx'y, it. He hope; he agena. 
Pru'deuce, n. Noonoo akahele. Syn. 

Pru'dent, adj. Akahele ma ka noo- 

PruMent-ly, adv. Me ke akahele; me 

ka noonoo. Syn. discreetly. 
Prune, v. E oki i na lala. Syn. trim. 

Pry, v. 1. E hoomakakiu. 

2. E ohiki; e mahiki ; e unu. 
Psalm (sam), n. Halelu. 
Psalm'ist, n. Mea haku halelu. 
Psal'ter (sawl'ter), n. Ka buke o na 

Pshaw, inter j. Ka! Kahaha! 
Psy-ehol'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana 

i^ka uhane o kanaka. 
Pu'ber-ty, n. Waoo. 
Pub'lie, n. Ka lahui ; ke akea. Public 

interest, na pono o ka lahui. In public, 

ma ke akea. 
Pub'li~ean, n. 1, Kanaka kuai wai- 


2. He luna auhau, ma ka baibala. 
Pub'li-ea'tion, n. 1. Kela me kola 

2. Ka hoolaha ana. 

3. Mea i hoolahaia. 
Pub-llc'i-ty, n. Kahoo-akea ana; lea 

P ub'lie-ly, adv. Make akea; imua o 

ka lehulehu. 
Pub'lic-spir'it-ed, adj. Makee i ka 

pono o ka lehulehu. 
Pub'lish, v. 1. E hoolaha; e kukala. 

Syn. proclaim. 

2. E hoopuka. 
Pub'lisli-er, n. Mea hoopuka pala- 

Puck'er, v. E mio; minoi; muki. 
Pud'ding, n. He pudina; meaai. 
Pud'dle, n. Kiowai. 
Pu'er-Ile, adj. Kohu kamalii. Syn. 

Puff, v. E puhi; e punoho. 

2. E haanou. Syn. brag. 
Puff, n. 1. He olelo hoomalimali. 

2. Puahiohio. 
Pug", n. Keko; ilio liilii me ka ihu pe'~ 

Pu'g-il-ism, n. Mokomoko. 
Pu'gil-ist, n. Mea akamai i ka moke 

moko 1 
Pug-na'cio&s, adj. Hikiwawe i ka ha- 

kaka wale. 
Pu-is'sant, adj. Ikaika; mana. Syn. 

mighty; powerful- 
Puke, v. E luai; hoolualuai. Syn. 

Pull, v. 1. E huki ; e uhuki. 

2. E hoe. Syn. row. 

3. Pull fruit from a tree, e lou'lu. 
Pul'let, n. Moa wahine opio. 
Pul'ley, 7i. He pokakaa; he balaka. 

^yn. block. 

Pul'mo-na-ry, adj. Pili i ke ake ma- 

Pulp, n. 1. Ka i-o o na hua ai. 
2. Kela me keia mea palupalu, 

Pul'pit, ii. He awai luakini. 

Pul'sate, v. 1. E pana. Syn. beat, 
2. Koni. Syn. throb. 

Pul-sa ; tion, n. He pana; he koni. 

Pulse, n. Kapana. 

Piil'ver-i-za'tioii, n. Ka hooaeae ana 
o na mea kino paa. 



Piil-ver-Ize, v. E aokaoka. 
P6m'ice, n. Pohaku pele lana ma ka 

Pump, n. He pauma. 
Fump, v. 1. E pauma. 

2. E nieniele maalea. 
Pump'kin, n. Ipu pu. 
Pun, n, Olelo ano lua. 
Punch, n. 1. He liao hou puka. 

2. He kui. 
Punch, v. E hou. Syn. poke. 
Punet'u-al, adj. Kuoo; makaala; kui 

ka manawa. 
Punct'u-al'i-ty, n. Ka makaala i ka 

wa kupono. 
Punct'u-ate, v. E hookomo i na kiko. 
Punet'u-a'tion, n. Ke kiko ana. 
Punet'ux e, n. He pukapuka. 
Pun'gent, adj. Awahia. 
Pun'ish, v. E hoopai; e hili; e hahau. 

Syn. chastise ; correct. 
Pun'ish-a~ble, adj. Ku i ka hoopai. 
Pun'ish-ment, n. Ka hoopai. 
P u'ny , adj. Aa ; wiwi ; naw aliwali. 

Pu'pil, n. 1. Haumana. 

2. Onohi maka. 
Purr, v. Enunulu. 
Pur'ehase, v. E kuai; e loaa ma ke ku- 

ai ana. Syn. "buy. 
Pur'ehase, n. Ke kuai ana. 
Pur'chas-er, n. Mea nana e kuai. 

Syn. buyer. 
Pure, adj. Maemae; makamae. 
Pure'ly, adv. 1. Me ka maemae. 

2. Wale no. Syn. merely. 
Pur'ga-tlve, n. Laau hoo-naha'. 
Purge, v. 1. E hoomaemae; e kala. 

2. E naha' ; hoo nana'. 
Pu'ri-fi-ea'tion, n. Ka hoomaemae 

Pu'ri-fi'er, n. Mea hoomaemae. 
Pu'ri-fy, v. E hoomaemae; e hiuwai. 
Pu'ri-ty, n. Ka maemae. 
Pur-loin', v. E kaili; e aihue. Syn. 

pilfer. „ .,. 

P ur-loin'er, n. Mea kaili wale, 

Pur'ple, n. Lole makue; poni; uliuli. 

Pur'ple, adj. Poni. 

Pur'port, n. Ano. Syn. meaning. 

Pur'pose (pus), n. Manao paa. Syn. 

Pur'pose, v. E manao paa. Syn. in- 

Pur'pose-ly, adv. Me ka manao e ma- 
mua. Syn. intentionally. 

Purse, n. Aa moni ; eke dala. 

Purse'proud, adj. Hookiekie mamu- 
li o ka waiwai. 

Purs'er, n. Luna uku dala moku. 

Pur-su'ant, adj. Mamuli o. Syn. con- 

Pur-su'er, n. Mea hahai; mea alualu. 

Pur-siie', v. 1. E hahai; e alualu. 
2. To pursue study , e hahai mamuli o 
ka ike. 

Pur-suit', n. 1. Ka hahai ana; ka alu- 
alu ana. 

2. He oihana. Syn. calling; occupa- 

Pur-vey', v. E hoolako i ai. 

Pur-vey'or, n. Kuene ; mea hoolako i 
kela me keia mea e pono ai. Syn. 

Pus, n. Palahehe. 

Push, v. E koo; e pahu. 

Push'ing, adj. Makaala; mikiala. Syn. 

Pu'sil-la-nim'i-ty, n. Maka'u wale. 
Syn. cowardice. 

Pu'sil-lan'i-mous, adj. Maka'u wale. 
Syn. cowardly. 

Puss, n. Popoki; owao. Syn. cat. 

Pus'tūle,n. Puupuu liilii. Syn. pimple. 

Put, v. E waiho. 

Fu'tre-fae'tion, n. He palaho'. 

Pu'tre-fy, v. E palaho'. 

Pu'trid, adj. Palaho'. 

Put'ty, n. H e pati; mea hoopaa aniani. 

Piiz'zle, v. E hoohuahualau; e hoopo- 

Fuz'zling, adj. Pohihihi; hoohuahua- 

Pyg-iny, n. He keko; mea iii. 

Pyr'a-mid, n. Puuoa; piramida. 

Py-rom'e-ter, n. Mea ana wela nui. 

Pyr'o-teeh'ny, n. Oihana hana ahika- 

Pyr'o-teeh'nist, n. Kanaka hana i na 





Quack, n. 1. Leo o ka maim ka'ka'. 
2. Kauka hemahema. 
Quack'er-y, n. Ka akena wale ma ka 

ke lapaau. 
Quad'ran-gle, n. He huina-ha. 
Quad'rant, w. 1. Ka hapaha' o ka 


2. Mea ana kiekie. 
Quad-rat'ic, adj. Pili i ka huinaha' 

Quad-rat'ie e-qua'tion, w. Hooha- 

like mana elua. 
Quad'ri-lat'er-al, n. Hi aoao eha'. 
Qua-drille', n. He Imla pa-ha'. 
Quad-rill/ion, n. Kuaderiliona. 
Quad-roon', w. Hehapanika. 
Quad-ru'ma-noiis, n. Lima eha'. 
Quad'ru-ped, n. Holoholona wawae 

Quad-ru'ple, adj. Pa-ha'. 
Quaff, v. E inu a nui. 
Quag'mlre, w. Nenelu poho'. Syn. bog. 
Quaint, adj. 1. Alio e; ano hoakaaka. 

A quaint expression, he olelo ano e. Syn. 

odd; whimsical. 

2. Kahiko; no ka wa kahiko. Syn. 

Quake, v. E haalulu; e naueue. Syn. 

Quak'er, n. He ano hoomana. Syn. 

Qual'i-fi-ca'tion, n. 1. Ka makaukau. 

2." Kahoo-koe; hoohaike. 
Qual'i-fi-er, n. 1. Hua olelo hooku- 


2. Meae hoomakaukau ana. 
Qual'i-fy, v. 1. E hoomakaukau ma- 

muli oka imi. 

2. Ehoohaiki; e hookupono. 
QuaFi-ty, n. 1. Ano. A guod quality, 

be ano maikai. 

2.. Kulana kiekie. 
Qualm, n. 1. Polnea. Syn. nausea. 

2. Qualms of conscience, ka hoopai o ka 

Qualm/ish, adj. Poluea. Syn. sick at 

the stomach. 
Quan'da-ry, n. He pilikia no ka raao- 

popo ole. 
Quan'ti-ty, n. 1. Ka nni. 

2. * He kuanite. 
(Juar'an-tine, n. Ka boomalu ana, no 

ka mai ahulau. 
Quar'rel, v. He bakaka; kumu ku-e'. 
Quar'rel-some, adj. Hakaka; huhu 

Quar'ry, 11. 1. Lna kalai pohaku. 

2. ' Ka loaa ma ke ki holoholona. 

Quart, n. Hapaha galani ; kuata. 
Quarter, n. 1. Hapaha. 
2." Kau-wabi. 

3. He ahonui i ka enemi ma ke kaua. 
Qua-ter'ni-on, n. Eha'; he kauna. 

Quaternion of soldiers, eha' poe koa. 
Quar'ters, n. Wahi noho. 
Quar'ter-day, n. La hookaa aie, 
Quar'ter-deck', n. Oneki o hope o ka 

moku, no na 'lii moku. 
Quar'ter-ly, adj. Kela me keia hapa- 
Quar'ter-ly, n. Buke i paiia ma kela 

me keia hapa-ha. 
Quar'ter-mas'ter, n. Luna hoomakau- 
kau, hoolako, no ka puali koa. 
Quar-tetteM Leo mele me na leo 

Quar-tet' j n ' eha'. 
Quar'to, n. He buke me na lau eha i 

Quash, v. E boopau. Quash an indict- 
ment, e hoopau i ka hoopji. 
Qua'ver, n. 1. He haalula o ka leo. 

2. He leo mele. 
Quay (ke), n. Uapo ku moku. Syn. 

Queen, n. Moi wahine. 
Queen dow'a-ger, n. Alii wahine, 

kane make. 
Queer, adj. Ano e. Syn. odd; singular. 
Quell, v. E hoopio. Quell an insurree- 

•tion, e hoopio i ke kipi. 
Quench, v. 1. E kena. Syn. satisfy. 
2. E kinai. Quench fire, e kinai i ke alii 
me ka wai. 
Quench/a-ble, adj. Hiki ke kinaiia. 
Quer'ist, n. Mea nieniele. 
Quer'u-lous, adj. Nainai; na ole. Syn. 

Que'ry, n. He niele; he ninau. 
Quest, n. Ka imi ana. Syn. search. 
Ques'tSon, n. 1. He ninau. 

2. Kumu kanalua; kumupaio. 
Ques'tion-a-tole, adj. Kanalua ia. 
Ques'tion-er, n. Meaninaninau. 
Quib'ble, n. He olelo haubili. 
Quib'bler, n. Mea haubili ma kana 

Quick, adj. 1. "Wikiwiki; mama. 
2. Aapo. Syn. ready. Quick to answer, 
makaukau ma ka haina. 
Quick'en, v. E hoo-eueu; hoolalelale. 
QuickTime, n. Puna i hoo-hu ole ia. 
Qulck'ly, adv. 1. Awiwi;mama. 

2. Hopuhopualulu. Syn. hastily. 
Quick'ness, n. Ka mama; ka hikiwa- 

Quiek'sand, n. One poho'. 



Qmck'sil'ver, n. Wai-dala. 
Qulck'-wit'ted, adj. Noili; maiele. 
Quid, n. He pepee baka nau. 
Quid'nunc, rc. He holoholo olelo. Syn. 

Qui-es'cent, adj. Malie; maha. 
Qui'et, adj. 1. Malie ; malieiie ; na. Syn. 

calm; tranquil. 

2. Pohala, 
Qui'et-ly, adv. Mhi; malie. 
Qui'e-tude, n. Ka malie; ka maha. 
Qui-e'tus, n. 1. Ka pio ana. 

2. Make. 
Quill, n. Hulu mii o ka manu. 
Quill'pen, n. Peni hulu. 
Quilt, n. Kapa apana. Syn. bed-quilt. 
Qui'nlne, n. Laau lapaau fiva. 
Qulii-tette'J Leo mele me na leo 
Quin-tet, \ elima. 

Qutn-tu'ple, adj. Pa-lima. 
Quire, n. He ope pepa, 24 kalana. 
Quit, v. E ho-o'ki; e haalele. Quit the 

house, e haalele i ka hale. 
Quit'elaim, n. Palapala haalele kule- 

Quite, adv. 1. Loa. Quite late, lohi 
loa; komo loa i ka po. 

2. Quite lately, aohe liuliu. 

3. Quite the thing, oia maoli no. 
Quiv'er, ft. He aa pua. 
Qulv'er, u. 1. E hulili; e anapa. 

2. E kapalili. Wings quiver, kapalili 
na eheu. 

3. Haukeke. Lips quiver, haukeke na 

4. E haalulu. Syn. quaver. 
Quiz, v. E hoohuahualau ; e loiloi. 
Quon'dam, adj. No ka wa i hala. 

Quondam friend, he hoa o ka wa i hala. 
Quo'rum, n. Ka hapa e lawa pono ai 

ka hana. 
Quota^ n. Mahele kau-like. 
Quo-ta'tion, n. 1. He olelo i unuhiia 

no loko mai o kekahi olelo e. 

2. Market quotations, he papa hoike 

kumu kuai. 
Quote, v. E unuhi; e lawe i ko hai 

Quoth, v. I akula; wahi. Quoth he, 

wahi ana. 
Quo'tient, n. Helu puka. 



ab'bet, v. E hole i ka papa. 

Kab'bit, n. Lapika; iole kahiki. 

Rab'ble, n. He puulu kanaka; uluaoa k 

Rab'bid, adj. Hehena; haehae. 

Race, n. 1. He kukini; heihei. 
2.~ He mamo. The jive races of man- 
Mnd, na mamo elima o kanaka. 

Racecourse, n. Kahua heihei. 

Race'horseJ M T . , -r. 

Rac'er, J n ' ^io heihei. 

Rack, v. E kupaka. Backed with pain, 
ktipaka i ka eha. 

Raek'et, n. Kamumu nui; walaau nui. 

Ra'di-ance, n. Malamalama alohilohi. 

Ra'di-ant, adj. 1. Huali; olinolino; 

2. Radiant with delight, alohilohi ka 
makai ka hauoli. 

Ra'di-ate, v. E kaa; e hohola. 

Ra'di-a'tion, n. Ke kaa ana; ka ho- 
hola ana. 

Ra'di-a'tor, n. Mea hohola i ka mala- 
malama, a wela paha. 

Rad 1-cal, adj. Mai ke kumu mai. 
Radical change, he hoololi mai ke ku- 
mu mai. 

Rad'i-eal, n. He kumu. Syn. root. 

Rad'i~cal-ly, adv. Mai ke kumu mai. 

Radically wrong, hewa mai ke kumu 

Ra'di-iis, n. Kaha hanai. 
Raffle, n. He ano piliwaiwai. 
Raft, n. He huina laau hoolana ma ka 

wai; he lana laau. 
Raft'er, n. He oa hale. 
Rag 1 , n. Welu. 

Rag'a-muf'fin, n. Mea pupuka ino. 
Rage, n. 1. Huhunui; keeo. 

2. Kupikipiki-o'. The ocean's rage, ke 

kupikipikio o ke kai. 
Rag-g-ed, adj. Weluwelu; haehaeia. 
Rag/man, n. Kanaka kuai welu. 
Raid, v. E pakaha; e komo ma ke ano 

Rail, n. He kaola. Iron rail, kaola 

Rail'ler-y, n. Olelo loiloi; olelo paani. 

Syn. banter. 
Rail'ing;, n. 1. Paku' laau; he pa. 

2. Olelo kuamuamu. 
Rail'road, \ Alanui hao. Syn. tram- 
Rail' way, \ way. 
Rai'ment, n. Lole komo. Syn. cloth- 
ing; garments. 
Rain, n. TJ'-sl. 
Rain'bow, n. Anuenue. 




Bain'-gauge, n. He apu ana i ka nui o 

ka u-a. 
Rain'y, adj. U'-a, 

Rain'y-sea'son, n. Kuaua. 
Raise, v. 1. E hoala; e hapai ae. Syn. 

2. E ulu ; hoo-ulu. 

3. E lelia'e. Raise the eyes, e leha'e i 
na maka, 

Rais/in, n. Hua waina maloo. 
Bake, «. 1. Hapuku; kahiopala. 

2. Kanaka uhauha. 
RaPly, v. E alu mai; e en; e hoo- 


2. Hoohenehene; loiloi. 
Ram, n. 1. Hi pa kanc. 

He nuku hao no ka moku kaua. 

3 . Kekah i an o paum a. 
Earn, d. Ehou;epahu. 
liain'ble, n. E holoholo; e makaikai, 

Syn. stroll. 
Ram'bler, n. Mea holoholo; mea ma- 

Rain/bling, n. 1. Ka holoholo «na. 

2. A rambling thought, he rnanao au- 

wana wale, pili ole. 
Ram/part, n, Ka pa o ka pa-kaua. 
Ram'rod, n. Hao hoopilia pu. 
Ranch, n. Wabi hanai holoholona. 
Ran'cid, adj. Polopolona. 
Kan'cor, m. Inaina nui; opuino. Syn. 

Ran'eor-ofis, adj. Opu ino; naaukee- 

Ean'dom, adj. Wale. Random talk, ka- 

mailio wale. 
Eange, n. 1. Lalani. Syn. row. 

2. Within range of the gun, ma kahi i 
hiki ai ka pn. 

3. Within range of vision, ma kahi i 
hiki ai kamaka. 

4. Kali i c holoholo ai; he aina kula. 
A cattle range, he aina kula no na ho- 

Range, d. E holoholo. The cattle range 
over the pastures, holoholo na hipi ma 
ke kula. 

Hank, adj. 1. Hauna. Syn. strong. 
2. Ulu nui;hihi. 

Hank, n. He kulana; he papa. 

Hank, v. E ku ma ke kulana. 

liānk'le, v. 1. E hoo-nluhua, 
2. E hoopehu. Syn. fester. 

Tlan'saek, v. E imi ma na wahi a pau. 

R an'som , n. U ku pan ai . 

Kan'som, i'. Ehoolapanai. 

Bant, ?i. Olelo haanui; walaau; waha- 

Eant'er, n. He wahapaa; waha kole. 

Hap, v. E kui ; e kikeke. Syn. knock. 

lia-pa'cious, adj. Hao wale; alunu. 

Ra-pac'i-ty, n. Alunu; puniwaiwai. 

Rape,"?!. Pue wahine. 

Rap'id, adj. Mama; hikiwawe; kiki. 

Rap'ids, ii. Kahi e kahe awiwi ai ka 
muliwai. . 

Ra-pid'i-ty, n. Ka mama; ka hikiwa- 

Rap'id-ly, adv. Mama; wawe; hiki- 
Rap'ine, n. Ka hao wale ana; ka powa 

Rapt'ure, n. Hauoli nui. 
Rapt'ur-ous, adj. Piha i ka kauoli. 
Hare, adj. 1. Ike pinepine ole ia; mi- 

limili. Syn. choice. 

2. Moaiki. Syn. underdone. 
Rar'e-fae'tion, n. Ka hoo-mama ana o 

ke ea. 
Rar'e-fy, v. E hoolilo a mama. 
Rare'ly, adv. Kakaikahi loa. 
Rar'i-ty, n. 1. He mea ike pinepine 

ole ia ; mea milimili. 

2. Ke ano mama; ano lahilahi. 
Ras'eal, n. Kanaka kolohe; kanaka 

Has-€al'i-ty, n. liana kolohe; hana 

Rash, adj. Hoaano. Syn. foolhardy. 
Rash/ly, adv. Me ka noonoo ole. 
Hasp, n. He apuapu nui. 
Rasp'ber-ry, n. He akala. 
Rasp'ing, adj. Okalakala. 
Hat, n. Iolenui. 
Hate, n. 1. Kumukuai. Syn. price. 

2. Ka holo ana; ka nee ana. Syn. 

3. Ratio ; kulana. 
Rath'er, adv. 1. E aho. 

2. Iki. Rather small, uuku iki. 

Rat'i-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka apono ana. 

Rat'i-fy, v._ E apono ma ke kakau lima. 

Ra/tio (sho), n. Ke kaulike; rati'o. 

Ba'tion, n. He mahele ai. 

Ha'tion-al, adj. Noonoo ; ku I ka noo- 

Ra'tion-al-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo. 

Rat/line, n. Kaula liilii o ka KkinI 

Hat- to on', n. Oha 7 ko. 

Rat'tle, 11. Meapaani hoonakeke. 

Eav'age, v. E luku; ehooneoneo. Syn. 

Rav'a-ger, n. Mea luku. Syn. plun- 

Have, v. E pupule loa; e kamailio pu- 

Ra'ven, n. Mann koraka. 

Rav'en-ous, adj. 1. Hae. Syn. vora- 
2. Ravenously hungry, pololi loa. 

Ra-vine', n. Kahawai. 

Rav'ing, adj. Hehena. 

Rav'ish, v. 1. E pue ; e lima ikaika. 

2. Ravished with delight, piha i ka ha- 

Raw, adj. 1. Maka;kole. 
2'. Raw material, na lako maoli. 

3. Anuanu ; opili. Syn. blustering. 
Raw'boned, adj. Olala. 
Kaw'hide, n. Ill maka; laau hili. 
Hay, n. Kukuna. 

Ray'less, adj. Pouli ; poeleele. 
Haze, v. E hooauhuli; hoohiolo. Syn. 

Ra/zor, n. Pahi umiumi. 




Ra'zor-strop, n. Hi hoo-kala pahi- 

Reach, v. 1. E kikoo; e o aku. 

2. E homai. 

3. E hohola. Reach far and wide, e 
hoholo ma o a maanei. 

Beach, n. 1. Ma kahi e hiki ai. Within 
reach of the arm, ma kahi e hiki ai ka 
2. Ma kahi kokoke. 

Re-act', v. E ili hou; e hoi hou. 

Re-ae'tion, n. Ka hoi hou ihope. 

Read, v. E heluhelu. 

Read'a-ble, adj. Kupono ke helu he- 

Read'er, n. 1. Mea heluhelu. 
2. Buke heluhelu. 

Read'i-ly, adv. Me ka hikiwawe; me 
ka makaukau. 

Read'i-ness, n. Ka makaukau; ka hi- 

Readying, n. He mea heluhelu; ka he- 
luhelu ana. 

Re'ad-jiist', d. E hooponopono hou. 

Re 'ad-jo st/men t, n. Ka hooponopono 
hou ana. 

Re'ad-mis'sion, n. Ka hookomo hou 

Re'ad-mit', v. E hookomo hou. 

Kead'y, adv. Makaukau; lolii; mio. 

Re'af-firm', v. E hai hou ; e i hou. 

Re-al, adj. Oiaio; maoli. Syn. genuine. 

Re-al'i-ty, n. Ka oiaio. Syn. truth; 

Re'al-i-za'tion, n. Ke ko ana. 

Re'al-ize, v. 1. E ko. Syn. accom- 

2. E loaa. Syn. find. 

3. E hoomaopopo. Syn. appreciate. 

4. E puka. Syn. gain. 

Re'al~ly, adv. He oiaio. Syn. verily; 

Realm, n. Aupuni moi. 
Ream, n. He puolo pepa, 20 quires. 
Ream'er, n. He wili e hana a nui ka 

Re-ān'i-māte, v. 1. E hoihoi mai i ke 


2. E hoohoihoi. 
Reap, v. E ohi. 
liēai>'er, n. Mea ohi; mikini oki pa- 

Rē'ap-pēar', v. E hoea hou mai. 

Re'ap-pear'ance, n. Ka hoea hou 

ana mai. 
Re'ap-point', v. E koho hou no ka 

Rear, n. 1. Ko hope. Rear of the 

house, ko hope o ka hale. 

2. Bear of an army, hunapaa. 

3. Ke kua. 

Rear, v. 1. E hanai. Syn. raise. 

2. E ao. Syn. teach. 

3. E hoala; e kukulu. Syn. raise; 

4. E ku ma na wawae hope. 
Re'as-cend', v. E pii hou ae. 

Rea'son, n. 1. Ka noon oo kanaka. 
2. Hekumu. Syn. motive. 

Rea'son, v. E noonoo pu; e ao aku. 

Rea'son-a-ble, adj. Kupono; ku i ka 

Rea'son-a-bJe-ness, n. Ke kupono; 
ku i ka noonoo. 

Rea'son-a-bly, adv. Ma ka mea ku- 

Eea'son-er, n. Mea alakai i ka noo- 

Rea'son-ing, n. Ke alakai ana i ka 

Re'as-sem'ble, v. E akoakoa hou. 

Re'as-sert', v. E hai hou. Syn. reaf- 

Re'as-sume', v. Ehapai hou; e lawe 
hou. Syn. resume. 

Re'as-sure', v. E hoopau i ke kanalua; 
e hoopau i ka pihoihoi. 

Re'at-tempt', v. E hoao hou. 

Re-bate', n. Kahooemi ana. Rebate 
on duties, ka hooemi ana mai ka auhau 

Re-beP, v. E kipi. 

Reb'el, n. He kipi. 

Re-bell'ion, n. Ke kipi i ka aupuni. 

Re-bell'ious, adj. Kipi; hookuli. 

Re-bound', v. 1. E lele hou mai. 
2. E kupinai. 

Ke-bflff', n. Kumu keakea. 

Re-build', v. E kukulu hou. 

Re-buke', v. E ao; e papa'ku. 

Re-but, , v. E pale i ka olelo hoike. 

Re-call', v. 1. E kahea hou mai. 

2. E hoihoi mai. 

3. E hoomanao. Syn. recall to mind. 
Be-eant', v. 1. E hoihoi mai i ka ma- 

nao. Syn. retract. 

2. E haalele i ka manaoio. 
Re '«an- ta'tion, n. Ka haalele ana i ka 

Re'ca-pit'xt-late, v. E helu hou mai 

ka mua mai._ 
Re'ca-pit'u-la'tion, n. Kaheluna nui. 
Re-cap'ture, v. E hopu hou. 
Re-cede'» v. E ku emi ihope; e hoi 

Re-celpt', n. 1. Palapala hookaa. 

2. "Ka loaa ana. Syn. reception. 

3. He rula no kekahi mau hana. 

4. Kahi e hoo-kaa ai. 
Re-ceiv'a-ble, adj. Loaa mai. Bills 

receivable, na bila loaa mai. 
Rē-cēive', v. E loaa. 
Rē-cēiv'er, n. Mea e loaa ana; mea 

malama. - 
Be'cent, adj. Iho nei. Recent arrival, 

ke~ku ana iho nei. 
Re'cent-ly, adv. A no iho nei. 
Re-cep'ta-cle, n. Wahi hoahu. 
Re-cep'tion, n. 1. Ka loaa ana. 

2. "Ke kipa ana. 
Re-cess', n. 1. Wa hoomaha pokole. 

2. "He kuono iloko o ke keena. 
Rec/i-pe, n. Rula wehewehe no kekahi 

mau hana. Recipe for cooking, rula no 

ke kuke ana. 




Re-clp'i-ent, n. Mea nana e loaa. 
Re-cip'ro-cate, v. E haawi aku ha- 

awi mai; e panai like. 
Re-cit'aZ, n, Ka hai waha ana. 
Rec-i-ta'tion, n. Ka hai ana. 
Re-cite', v. E hai waha; e hai paa 

naau. Syn. repeat. 
Reek'less, adj. Noonoo ole. Syn. rash. 
Reek'less-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo ole. 

Syn. rashly. 
Eēek'on, v. E noonoo; e helu. 
Reck'on-ing, n. 1. Ka hooponopono 

ana i ka helu. 

2. Ka helu ana; helu. 
Re-elaim', v. 1. E hoohuli mai. 

2. E loaa horn. Syn. recover. 

3. Reclaim poor land, e hoomomona i 
ka aina panoa. 

Re-elaim'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoohu- 

Re-elm e', v. E hilinai aku; e moe iho. 
Re-elin'ing, n. Ka hilinai ana; ka moe 

iho ana., n. Kanaka nohomehameha. 
Rec'ogf-nl'tion, n. Ka hoomaopopo 

ana; ka ike ana. 
Ke-eog'ni-zance, n. Ano bona i ka- 

Rec'og-nlze, v. E hoomaopopo; e ike 

Re-eoil', v. E kuemi ihope. 
Ree'ol-leet/, v. E hoomanao. Syn. 

Rec'ol-lee'tion, n. Ka hoomanao ana. 
Re'com-mence', v. E hoomaka hou. 
Kē€'um-mēnd ; , v. E apono. 
ReVom-men-da'tioii, n. Ka apono 

ana. Letter of recommendation, palapa- 

la apono. 
Be'eom-mil/, v. 1. E hoihoi hou. Re- 
commit a bill, e hoihoi hou i ka bila. 

2. E hana hou. 
Ree'om-pense, n. He uku hana. Syn. 

Ree'on-clle, v. E hookuikahi; hoo- 

laulea. * 
Ree'on-cil'i-a'tion, n. Ka hookuikahi 

Ree'on-dite, adj. 1. Pohihihi; mao- 

popo ole. 

2. Huna'ia mai ka noonoo. Syn. 

Re'eon-duet', v. E kai hou; e alakai 

Ee-con'nois-sance, n. Ke kiu ana i ka 

Re'eon-noi'tre, v. 1. E kin; hooma- 


2. E hakilo. 
Ee-eon'quer (kon'ker), v. E hoopio 

Re'eon-sid'er, v. E noonoo hou. 
Re'eon-sid'er-a'tion, n. Ka noonoo 

hou ana. 
Re-eord', v. E kakau ma ke ano moo- 


Rec'ord, n. He moolelo kakau. Court 

of record, aha kakau. Record of evi- 
dence, moohihia. 
Ke-€ord'er, n. Luna kakau palapala. 
Re-count/, v. E hai liilii mai. 
Re-course', n. Wahi launa. Syn. 

resort. Recourse to books, e launa me 

na buke. 
Ke-eov'er, v. 1. E loaa hou ka mea i 


2. E ola hou; konakonea. Syn. p-et 

Re-cov'er-y, n. 1. Ka loaa hou ana o 

ka mea i lilo. 

2. Ke ola hou ana. 
Rec're-ant, adj. Hull hoi ihope; kn- 

makaia. Recreant to a trust, kumakaia 

i kekahi pono. 
Ree're-ate, v. E hoo-oluolu; e hoona- 

nea. E paani. 
ReVre-a'tion, n. Ka hoo-oluolu ana; 

ka paani ana. 
Re-eriin'i-nate, v. E nuku aku nuku 

Re-erim'1-na'tion, n. Ka nuku aku 

nuku mai. 
Re-cross', v. E hele hou 1 kela aoao. 
Re-eruit', v. 1. E hooikaika hou i ke 


2. E kepa. 
Re-eruit', n. He koa hou ; mea kepa h on 
Re-eruits', n. pi. Kela lako keia lako 
Rect'an-gle, n. Huina ku)>ono. 
Rect-an'gu-lar, adj. Huina kupono. 
Rec'ti-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka hooponopono 

ana; kahoopololei ana. 
Rec'ti-fy, v. 1. E hooponopono. Syn. 


2. E hoopololei. Syn. straighten. 

3. E hoomaemae; hoo-aiai. Syn. 

ReVti-lm'e-ar, adj. Kaha pololei. 
Ree'ti-tude, n. Ka hoopono. Syn. 

Ree'tor, n. 1. He kahu ckalesia. 

2. Puuku nui o ke kula nui. 
Re-cum'bent, adj. Moe hilinai. Syn. 

Re-eu'per-ate, v. E hooikaika hou. 
Re-cur', v. 1. E hoihou. Recur to a 

subject, e hoi hou i ke kumumanao. 

2. Eikehouia. 
Re-ciir'rence, n. Ka ike hou; hoi hou. 
Red, adj. Ulaula. 
Red'den, v. E ha'ulaula. 
Red'dish, adj. Haulaula. 
Re-deem',^. 1. E hoola panai. 

2, E uku panai. 

3. Redeem a pledge, e hooko i ka oleic 

Re-deem'er, n. Ka Hoola. 
Re-deMip'tion, n. 1. Ke Ola. 

2. Ka uku panai ana, 

3. Ka hooko ana. 
Red'hot, adj. Enaena. 
Red'ness, n. Ka ulaula. 
Red'o-lent, adj. Moauiani. 
Re-do ab'le, v. E papalua. 




Re-doubt' (dowt), n. He papu iloko 

o kekahi pakaua. 
Re-dound', v. E kokua mamuli o ke- 

kaM mea. Redound to his glory, e ko- 
kua mamuli o kona nani. 
Re-dress', v. E hooponopono i na pi- 

He-dress', n. Ka hoihoi ana o kapoino. 
Re-duce', v. 1. E hoo-emi. 

2. E noopio. Syn. conquer. 
Re-dxie'tion, n. 1. Ka hoo-emi. 

2. Ka lawe pio ana. 
Re-diin'daiit, adj. Pakela; keu. 
Heed, ii. 1. He ohe; one kani. 

2. He naku ; akaakai. Syn. rush. 
Reef, v. E li. Reef the sail, e li ka pea. 
Keef, w. Ae-kai ; kuanalu. 
Keek, v. E punohu. 
Keel, v, 1. E hele hikaka; e kunewa- 


2. Reel from weakness, e kaalele. 

3. E wili. Syn. wind. 
Keel, n. He pokakaa wili. 
Re'e-leet', v. E koho hou. 
Re'em-bark', v. E ee hou maluna o 

ka moku. 
Re'en-aet', v. E hana hou; hooholo 

Kē 'en-force', v. 1. E hooikaika hou. 

2. E hoopiha hou mai. 
Re'en-gage', v. 1. E hoopaahou. 

2. E hoolimalima hou. 
Re'en-list', v. E kakau inoa hou no 

ke komo ana ma ka puali koa. 
Re-en'ter, v. E komo hou aku. 
Re'es-tab'lisli, v. E hookahua hou. 
Reeve, v. E hookomo i ka piko o ke 
kaula. Reeve the end of the rope through 
the block, e hookomo i ka piko o ke 
kaula ma ka balaka. 
Re'ex-am/i-na'tion, n. 1. Ka ninau 
hou ana. 

2. Ka huli hou ana. 
Ile'ex-am'me, v. E ninau hou; ehoike 
hou. Re-examine accounts, e huli hou i 
na helu. 
Re-fee'to-ry, n. Keenapaina. 
Re-fer', v. 1. E kuhikuhi. 
2. E waiho. Refer to a committee, e wai» 
ho i ke komite. 
Befer-ee', ,n. Meauwao; mea hooholo 

i ka pono iwaena o na aoao elua. 
Ref'er-ence, n. 1. He kuhikuhi. 

2. Ka waiho ana. 

3. Ka pili ana. No reference to the sub- 
ject, aole pili i ke kumu manao. 

Ref'er-en-ees, n. 1. Palapala hoike. 
2. Olelo ifuhikuhi. 

Re-fine', v. E hoomaemae. 

Re-f Ined', adj. 1. Maemae; mikioi. 
2. Hoomaemaeia. 

Re-flne'ment, n. Ka maemae; ka mi- 

Re-fin'er, n. Mea hoomaemae. 

Re-fln'er-y, n. Wahi hoomaemae. 

Re-f it', v. 1. E hoolako hou; hoopono- 
pono hou. 
2. E kakia hou. Syn. repair. 

Re-flect, v. 1. E noonoo; poonoo. Syn. 

2. Anaha. 

3. E kau apono, e kau ahewa paha. 
Re-fiee'tion, n. 1. Poonoo. 

2. Anaha; anahanaha. 

3. He kina'. 

Re-fleet'or, n. He mea e anaha ai i na 

kukuna malamalama. 
Re-form', v. E huli hou; hoohuli hou. 
Re-form', n. He hana hou, ku i ka po- 
Ref 'or-ma'tion, n. 1. Ka hoohuli hou 

2. Ka imi hou ana i ka pono. 
Re-for'ma-to-ry, n. Wahi hoopololei. 

Reformatory school, kula hoopololei. 
Re-fraet', v. E aui. Water refracts light, 
e aui ae ke kukuna malamalama i ka 
Re-frae'tion, n. Ka aui ana. 
Re-fract'o-ry, adj. Nuha; paakiki. 
Re-frain', v. E kaaokoa aku; eho-o'ki. 
Re-frain', n. Ke ano o ke mele. 
Re-fresh', v. E hoo-oluolu. 
Re-fresh'ing, adj. Oluolu. 
Re-fresli'nient, n. Mea e oluolu ai. 
Re-fresh'ments, n. pi. Na mea ai, me 

na mea inu. 
Re-frig'er-a'tor, n. He pahu hooanu- 

Befuge, n. He puuhonua; wahi lulu. 
Kef'u-gee', n. He kuea; kuewa. 
Re~ful'gent, adj. Alohilohi; huali. 

syn. radiant. 
Re-fund', v. E pani hou. Syn. repay; 

Re-f us'al, n. He hoole. He ae ole. 
Re-fuse', v. E hoole ; e ae ole. 
Refuse, n. Koena opala. 
Refu-ta'tion, n. Ka pale ana i ka 

Re-fute', v. E pale olelo. 
Re-gain', v. E loaa hou. Syn. recover. 
Re'gal, adj. Hanohano moi. 
Re-gale', v. E hooluolu. Syn. refresh. 
Re-ga'li-a, n. pi. 1. Na kahiko alii. 
2. Na kahiko o ke kulana. Syn. in- 
Re-gard', v. E maliu; e hoolohe. 
Re-gard', n. Manao mahalo; manao 

Re-gard'ful, adv. 1. Imi i ka pomai- 
kai. Syn. considerate. 
2. Manao nui. Syn. mindful. 
Re-gard'less, adj. Manao ole aku. Re- 
gardless of expense, manao ole aku i 
ka lilo ; helu ole i ka lilo. 
Re-gat'ta, n. Heihei moku; heihei 

Re'gen-cy, n. Ka noho 'na o ka hope 

Re-gen'er-ate, adj. Hoo-hanau hou ia. 
Re-gēn'er-āte, v. E hoo-hanau hou. 
Re-gen'er-a'tion, n. Kahanauhou. 
Re'gent, n. Hope moi. 
Reg'i-clde, n. Pepehi alii; meapepehi 




Re-gime', (ra-zheem') n. Ke ano O 

ka hoomalu ana. 
Keg'i-men, n. Ka noho'na i loaa ka 

ikaika kupono o ke kino. 
Reg'i-ment, n. He regimana koa. 
Reg'i-ment'als, n. Na aahu koa. 
Re'gion, n. Wahi. Region of country, 

wahi o ka aina. 
Reg'is-ter, n, 1. He papa kuhikuhi. 

Syn. catalogue. 

2. Kapuahi hoomahana hale. 

3. He pani ea no ke kapuahi hao. 

4. He huke kakau. Marriage 
buke kakau mare. 

5. Kahiki anao kaleomaikahaahaa 
loa a i ke kiekie loa. 

Reg'is-ter, v. E kakau. Syn. record. 

Reg'is-trar, n. Luna kakau; puuku. 

Registrar of public accounts, puuku nui 

o ka waihona aupuni. 

Reg'is-tra'tion, n. Ke kakau ana. 

Syn. recording. 
Reg'is-try, n. He buke no ke kakau 

ana i kela me keia mea. 
Keg'nant, adj. E noho alii ana. 
Re-gret', n. Mamina; minamina; me- 

Re-gret'ful-ly, adv. Me ka minamina. 
Reg'u-lar, adj. Mau; walea. Regular 

proceedings, na hana ku mau. 
Rēg'u-lār'i-ty, n. Ke ano mau; ma ke 

ano i maa. 
Reg'u-lar-ly, adv. Ma ke ano mau; 

make ano imaa. 
Reg'u-late, v. E hooponopono. Syn. 

Reg'u-la'tion, n. 1. Ka hooponopo- 
no ana. Syn. adjustment. 

2. He rula. Syn. rule. 
Reg'u-la'tor, n. Mea hooponopono. 
Ke'ha-bil'i-tate, v. E hoihoi hou i na 

pono i lawe ia'ku. 
Re-hers'al, n. 1. He hai hoomakau- 


2. E hai. Syn. recite. 
Reign, n. Ka noho alii ana. 
Ke'im-burse', v. E hoihoi i ka poho. 

Syn. repay. 
Re'ini-burse'nient, n. Ka hoihoi ana 

i ka poho. 
Rein, n. He kaula waha. To give reins 

to, e hooko mamuli o ke kuko. To tale 

the reins, e alakai. 
Re'in-force', v. See re-enforce. 
Reins, n. Ka puhaka. 
Re'in-sert', v. E hookomo hou. 
Re 'in-state', E hoihoi hou ma ka oiha- 

Re'in-vest', v. Hoomoe hou i kawai- 

wai. Reinvest money, e hoomoe hou i 

ke dala. 
Re-it'er-ate, v. E hai pinepine; e ku- 

Re-it'er-a'tion, n. He pinepine ka hai 

Re-jeet', v. E hoole; e hoowaha'waha'. 
Re-jec'tion, n. Ka hoole ana; ka hoo- 


Re-joice, v. E hauoli. 
Re-joic'ing, n. Ka hauoli. 
Re-join', v. 1. E hui hou. * 
Re-join'der, n. Haina; olelo pane. 

Syn. reply. 
Re-ju've-nate, v. E hoi hou i ka wa ui. 
Re-kin'dle, v. 1. E hoo-a hou. 

2. E hoala hou. 
Re-lapse', v. 1. E haule hou ihope. 

2. Relapse into sickness, e hopilo. 
Re-late', v. E hai. Syn. tell. 
Re-late' to ) E pili; e pili ana. Syn. 
Re-lat'ing to ) pertaining to. 
Re-la'tion, n. 1. Ka hai ana. Syn. 


2. He pili. No relation to the subject, 
aohe pili i ke kumu manao. 

3. He pili koko. 
Re-la'tion-ship, n. Ka pili koko; ka 

Rel'a-tive, n. He pili koko; makamaka. 
Rel'a-tive, adj. E pili ana. 
Re-lax', v. 1. E alu; e hooalu. Syn. 


2. E hooemi. Relax exertion, e hooemi 
i ka hooikaika. 

3. E hookuu; e hooluolu. Relax the 
mind, e_ hooluolu i ka noonoo. 

Rel'ax-a'tion, n. Ka hoo-alu ana; ho- 
oluolu ana, hoonanea. 

Re-lay', n. Hepoehou mai. Relay of 
horses, he mau lio hou mai. 

Re-lease', v. E hookuu; e wehe. 

Re-lent', v. E mihi. 

Re-lent'less, adj. Mihi ole; paakiki. 

Rel'e-vant, adj. Pili pono ; ku. Syn. 

Re-li'a-ble, adj. Pauleleia; oiaio. Syn. 

Re-li'ance, n. Paulele. Syn. trust; con- 

Rel'ie, n. 1. Mea hoomanao. Syn. me- 
2. Kino kupapau. 

Rel'iet, n. Wahine kane make. Syn. 

Re-lief, n. 1. Kokua. Syn. assistance. 
2. Maha. Relief from pain, maha ma'i 
ka eha. 

Re-lieve', v. 1. E kokua. Syn. assist. 

2. E hoopakele. 

3. E haawi i ka maha, 
Re-lig'ion, n. Kahoomana. Syn. piety. 
Re-li'gious, adj. Haipule; manaoio. 
Re-lin'qiiish, v. E haalele iho; e wai- 

hoae. Syn. resign. 
Re-lm'quish-ment, n. Kahaaleleana. 
Rel'isli, v. E ono. Relish food, e ono 

Rel'ish-a-lble, adj. Mikomiko. 
Re-load', v. 1. E hoouka hou i ka 


2. E hoopiha hou. 
Re-lue'tance, n. Ka aua o ka manao. 

Re-luc'tant, adj. Aua; makemake ole. 
Re-lue'tant-ly, adv. Me ka aua. 
Re-ly', v. E paulele; e hilinai. 




Re-main',' i;. 1. E koe. 

2. Enoho. 
Ke-main'der, n. Ke koena. 
Re-mains', n. pi. 1. Na huna i koe. 

2. Kino kupapau. Syn. corpse. 
Re-man d', v. E hoihoi. Remand to jail, 

e hoihoi i ka hale paahao. 
Ee-mark', n. He wahi olelo, 
Re-mark'a-ble, adj. Kupaianaha. 
Re-mark'a-bly, adv. Loa. Remarkably 

good, maikai loa. 
Reni^e-dy, n. 1. He mea e pono ai. 

2. Mea e pakele ai. 

3. Lauu lapaau. 

Bem'e-dy, v. E hooponopono. Remedy 

a mistake, e hooponopono i ke kuhihe- 

Re-niem'ber, v. E lioomanao. Syn. 

Ke-mem'branee, n. Ka hoomanao. 

Syn. recollection. 
Ee-mincF, <y. E paipai ; e hoala manao. 
Eem'i-nis'cence, n. Mea hoala manao. 
Re-miss', adj." Palaka. 
Re-mls'sion, n. 1. Ke kala ana. 

2. Ka hookuu ana; ka hoihoi ana. 
Re-niit', v. 1. E hooili. 

2. E hookuu. Remit taxes, e hookuu 

Re-mit'tance, n. 1. Ka hooili ana; ka 

hookuu ana. 

2. Dala i hooiliia. 
Rem'nant, n. Koe'na. 
Ke-mod'el, v. E kalai hou; e kaha- 

kaha hou. 
Re-mon'strance, n. Olelo pa'pa'; olelo 

Re-mon'strate, v. E pa'pa'. Syn. ex- 
Re-inorse', n. Manao walania. 
Re-morse'ful, adj. Walania ; kaumaha. 
Re-morse'less, ddjj. Lokoino; aloha 

ole. Syn. cruel; pitiless. 
Re-mote', adj. Kaawale loa; mamao. 
Ee-mote'ness, n. Ke kaawale loa. 
Re-mount', v. E ee hou ; e pii hou ae. 
Re-mov'al, n. 1. Ka lawe ana'ku. 

2. Ka haalele ana i kauwahi. Syn. 

3. Ke kapai ana. Removal from office, 
ke kapai ana mai ka oihana. 

Re-move', v. 1. E lawe aku. 

2. E'liaalele; e hele aku. 

3. E hoohemo; e kapai. 
Re-mu'ner-ate, v. Euku; e hoihoi i 

ka poho'. Syn. recompense. 
Re-mu'ner-a'tion, n. He uku. Syn. 

Re-mu'ner-a'tive, adj. Puka; wai- 

Ren-con'tre, ) He halawai ku-e'; 
Een-coun'ter, J * he hakaka. 
Rend, v. E haehae; e uhae. Syn. tear. 
Ken'der, v. 1. E haawi. Syn. give. 

2. E unuhi. Syn. translate. 

3. E wehewehe. Syn. explain. 

4. E hoomaemae ; hooaiai. Syn. clar- 

Ren'der-ing, n. Ke ano o ka unuhi 

Ren'dez-vous (ren-dē-vū)> n. He 

wahi e akoakoa ai. 
Ren'e-gade, n. 1. He afea haukae. 

2. Mea haalele wale i kona manaolo. 

3. Koa manuka. Syn. deserter. 
Re-new', v. 1. E hana hou. Syn. ren- 

2. E hoomaka hou. Syn. begin again. 

3. E haawi hou i bila aie. 
Re-new'al, n. Ka hana hou ana; haawi 

hou ana etc. 
Re-nounce', v. E haalele loa; e hoole 

Ren'o-vate, v. E hana hou; hoomae- 
Ren'o-va'tion, w. Ka hoomaemae ana. 
Re-nown', n. Kaulana. Syn. fame. 
Re-nowned', adj. Kaulana. Syn. 

celebrated ; famous. 
Kent, w, 1. Henahaehae; he mawae. 

2. Uku aina; uku hale. 
Rent, v. E hoolimalima aina, a hale 

Rent'al, n. Ka hoolimalima ana i ka 

aina, etc. 
Rent'roll, n. Papa inoa o na hoa-aina. 
Re-nun'ei-a'tion, n. Ka haalele loana. 
Re-oe'eu-py, v. E komo hou aku. 
Re-o'pen, v. E wehe hou ae. 
Re-or'gan-Ize, v. 1. E kukulu hou. 

Reorganize the company, e kukulu hou 

i ka hui. 

2. E hooponopono hou. 
Re-or'gan-i-za'tion, n. Ke kukulu- 

hou ana; ka hooponopono hou ana. 
Re-paid, v. Feel repaid for trouble, 

hoihoi ia mai ka poho'o ka luhi. 
Re-paint', v. E pena hou. 
Re-pair', v. 1. E hana hou. 

2. E kakia hou; kapili hou. 

3. E hele. Syn. resort to; go. 
Rep'a-ra'tion, n. He pani no ka polio'. 
Rep'ar-tee', n. He pane akamai. 
Re-pass', v. E naue hou ae; e maalo 

hou ae. 
Re-past', n. He pai'na. 
Re-pay', v. E uku hou; e pani hou. 
Re-pay'ment, n. Ka uku hou ana. 
Re-peal', v. E hoopau; hoonoa. Syn. 

Re-peat', v. 1. E hai pinepine ; e hai 


2. E hana hou. 

3. Repeat over and over, kukai olelo. 
Re-peat'ed-ly, adv. Pinepine. Syn. 

Re-peat'er, n. 1. He wati liilii hoo- 

kani hora. 

2. Pupanapana kani lehulehu. Syn. 

Re-pel', v. E pale; e hoo-kue. 
Re-pel'lent, adj. Ku-e. 
Re-pent', v. E mihi. 
Re-pent'ance, n. Ka mihi no ka hewa. 
Re-pent'amt, adj. Mihi; kaumaha no 

ka hewa. Syn. penitent. 



Re-pēo'ple, v. E hooulu lahui. 
Rep'e-ti'tion, n. 1. Ke kuawili o ka 


2. Ka hana hou ana. 
Re-pine', v. Eohumuhewa. 
Re-pin'ing-ly, adv. Me ka ohumu 

Be-place', v. E hoihoi hou; e pani 

Re~plant, v. E kanu hou. 
Be-plen'ish, v. 1. E hoopiha hou 

mai. Syn. refill. 

2. E hoolako hou. Syn. supply again. 
Re-plete', adj. Paapu loa; piha loa. 
Re~plē'tion, n. Kapiha ana a piha loa. 
Re-ply', v. E pane; e kike'. Reply 

quickly, apaapani. 
lie-port/, n. 1. Olelo hoike. 

2. He lono. Syn. common report. 

3. He kani; he poha'. 
Re-port'er, n. Mea kakau hunahuna 

mea hou no ka nupepa. 
Re-pose', n. Hiamoe; maha. 
Re-pos'i-to-ry, n. He waihona. 
Re'pos-sess', v. E loaa hou; e komo 

Rep're-hend', v. E pa'pa'; e ao. 
Rep're-lien'si-ble, adj. Hooahewaia. 
Eep're-sent', v. E hoike; e hoailona; 

e kuhikuhi. 
Rēp're-sen-tā'tion, n. 1. Ke ku ana 

no hai. 

2' He aka; he hoailona. 
Rep're-sent'a-tive, n. 1. Luna ma- 


2. He hope. 

3. He hoailona. 
Re-press', v. E uumi; e kinai. 
Re-press'ive, adj. Kaohi, Repressive 

measures, na kanawai kaohi. 
Re-prieve', v. E hoopanee i ka hoopai. 
Rep'ri-mand, v. E ao ikaika aku no 

ka hewa. 
Re-print', v. E pal hou. 
Re'print, n. He palapala i pai hou ia. 
Re~pris'al, n. He pani no ka poho'. 
Re-proach', n. He kumu e hoahewa 

Re-proacn'ful, adj. Hoahewa. 
Rep'ro-bate, n. Mea lilo loa i ka hewa. 
Re'pro-duce', v. 1. E hoohua hou 


2. E hoike hou. 
Rē'pro-dūe'tion,w. Ka hoohua hou 

mai; ulu hou mai. 
Re-proof, n. Olelo ao; olelo pa'pa'. 

Syn. rebuke. 
Re-prove', v. E pa'pa'; e ao no ka he- 
Rep'tile, n. He moo; nahesa; mea kolo. 
Re-piib'lie, n. He aupuni makaainana. 
Re-piib'li-ean-isni, n. Ka loina o ke 

aupuni makaainana. 
Re-pub'li-ea'tion, n. Ke pai hou ana. 
Re-pub'lish, v. E pai hou; e hoolaha 

Re-pu'di-ate, v. E hoole hoowaha'- 


Re-ptkg-'nance, n. Ka hoopailua i ka 

Re-pug'nant, adj. Hoopailua i ka na- 

Re-pulse', v. E pale ku-e'; e kipaku. 

Syn. repel. 
Re-pul'sive, adj. Inoino; pupuka. 
Re-pur'cliase, v. E kuai hou mai. 
Rep'u-ta-ble, adj. Inoa maikai. A re- 
putable man, he kanaka inoa maikai. 
Syn. respectable. 

2. Kupono; kuonoono. A reputable 
business, he oihana kuonoono. 
Rep'u-ta'tion, n. Inoa imua o ha lehu 
lehu. A bad reputation, he inoa ino 
imua o ka lehulehu. 
Re-pute' n. Inoa ma ke akea. 
Re-put/ed, adj. Oleloia. A reputed 

thief, oleloia he aihue. 
Re-quest', n. He not 
Re'qui-em, n. Leo melekanikau. 
Re-qmre', v. E koi; e kaohi; e kono. 
Re-qulre'ment, n. Ke koi ana; ka 

mea i konoia. 
Req'ui-site, v. Mea e pono ai. Syn. 

Req'ui-si'tion, n. He kaohi; he ololo e 

kono ana. 
Re-quite', v. E hoopai; e uku. 
Re-scind', v. E hoololi; hoonoa. Syn. 

Res'cue, v. E hoopakele. 
Re'search, n. He hooikaika ma ka imi. 
Re-sell/, v. E kuai hou aku. 
Re-sem'blance, n. Ka hoohalikelike ; 

ano like. Syn. likeness. 
Re-sem'ble, v. E hoohalike; kulike. 
Re-sent', v. E ku-e me ka ukiuki. 
Re-sent'ful, adj. Ukiuki. 
Re-sen t'ment, n. Manao ukiuki; hu- 
ll u7 Syn. displeasure. 
Re-serve', v. E hookoe; hookaawale. 
Re-serve', n. 1. He ano ihiihi; hoo- 

2. Kameaikoe. 
Re-served', adj. Ihiihi; launa ole. 
Res'er-va'tion, n. 1. Mea i hookoe ia. 
2." Indian reservation, aina i hookoe ia 
no na Inikini. 
Res'er-voir, n. Waihona wai. 
Re-snip', v. 1. E hooili hou maka mo- 

2. E kepa hou. 
Re-side', v. E noho paa. Syn. dwell; 

Res'i-dence, n. Wahi noho paa. 
Rei'i-dent, n. Kamaaina. 
Re-sid'u-a-ry, adj. Pili i ke koena. 
Residuary legatee, hoooilina no ke koe- 
na wai wai. 
Res/i-due, n. Ke koena. Syn. remain- 
Re-sign', v. E haalele. Resign office, 

e haalele i ka oihana. 
Res'ig-na'tion, n. 1. K a haalele ana. 

2. Ka wai ho aku ana. 

3. Ka ae hoomanawanui oka naau. 




Re-signed', adj. Naau pepe. 

Re-si st', v. E pale; e hoo-ku-e'. 

Re-sist'ance, n. Ka hooku-e' ana; ka 
pale ana. * 

Re-slst'less, adj. Hiki ole ke hooku-e' 
ia. Syn. irresistible. 

Res'o-lute, adj. Kupaa; oni-paa; wiwo 
ole. Syn. firm; determined. 

Res'o-lute-ly, adv. Wiwo ole. Reso- 
lutely resist temptation, e kue' wiwo ole 
i ka hoowalewale ia mai. 

Res'o-lu'tion, n. 1. Olelo hooholo. 
2. Onipaa, wiwo ole o ka naau. 

Re-solve', v. E hooholo i ka manao; e 
paa i ka manao. 

Res'6-nant, adj. Kani. 

Re-sort', n. Kahi e akoakoa ai; kahi e 
hele pinepine ai. 

Re-sort', v. 1. E akoakoa; e hele pi- 

2. E hana. Resort to stern measures, 
e hana me ka lima oolea. 

Re-sound', v. E kani. 

Re-sound'ing, adj. Kani. 

Re-source', n. Kahi e loaa ai. 

Ke-spect', v. E haawi i ka mahalo. 

Re-speet', n. 1. Manao mahalo. 
2. Pili ana. Syn. reference. 

Re-speet'a-bil'i-ty, n. Ke ano ku i ka 

Re-spē€t'a-Tble, adj. Ku i ka mahalo; 

Re-speet'a-bly, adv. Mahalo. Respect- 
ably connected, pili mahalo aku. 

Re-speet'ed, adj. Mahaloia; manao 
nui ia. 

Re-speet'ful, adj. Ano mahalo; ano 

Re-speet'ful-ly, adv. 1. Haahaa. Re- 
spectfully request, e noi haahaa. 
2. Me ke mahalo. 

Re-speet'Ive, adj. Pakahi. Their re- 
spective friends, ko lakou mau hoa pa- 

Re-speet'ive-ly, adv. Pakahi. Syn. 

Res'pi-ra'tion, n. Ka hanu ana. 

Re- spire', v. E hanu. Syn. breathe. 

Res'plte, n. Hoohakalia. Syn. delay. 

Re-splen'dent, adj. Alohilohi. 

Re-spond', v. 1. E pane hou. Syn. 
2. E kulike. Syn. suit. 

Re-sp6nse', n. He pane no ka olelo. 

Re-spon'si-bil'i-ty, n. Ku i ka hooko- 
lokolo ; ili ke kaumaha o kekahi mea. 
Syn. accountability. 

Re-spon'si-ble, adj. Ku i ka hookolo- 
kolo. He is responsible for his actions, 
ku oia i ka hookolokolo no kana mau 

Rest, n. 1. E maha; e palekana. 

2. He koo. Syn. support. 

3. Koena. Syn. remainder. 

4. Kaha hoomaha ma ke mele. 
Rest, v. E hoomaha. 
Rest'au-rant, n. Halepaina. 
Rest'ful, adj. Oluolu; maha. 

Res'ti-tu'tion, n. Ka hoihoi hou ana, 

Res'tive, adj. Pihoihoi; puiwa. A rest- 
ive horse, he lio pihoihoi. 

Rest'less, adj. īlluku'; haulani; hiaa. 

Res'to-ra'tion, n. Ka hoihoi hou ana, 

Re-stor'a-tive, w. Laau hooikaikakino. 

Re-store', v. 1. E hoihoi. Syn. return. 
2. Restore to health, e haawi hou i ka 
ikaika kino. 

Re-stor'er, n. Mea nana e hoihoi. 

Re-strain', v. E kaohi; e hoopaa; e 

Re-straint', n. Ke kaohi ana; ke hoo- 
paa ana. 

Re-stri-et, -y. E hoohaiki. Syn. limit. 

Re-strie'tion, n. Ka hoohaiki ana. 
Syn. limitation. 

Re-solt', n. Hopena. 

Re-sume', v. E hapai hou. Resume 
work, e hapai hou i ka hana. 

Re-siimp'tion, n. Ka hapai hou ana. 

ReVur-i-ee'tion, n. 1. Ke ala hou ana 
mai ka make mai. 
2. Ka hoala hou ana. 

Re-sus'ei-tate, v. E hoola hou. 

Re-sus'ci-ta'tion, n. Ka hoola hou 

Re-tail', v. 1. E kuai liilii aku. 
2. Retail gossip, e holoholo olelo. 

Re'tail, n. Ke kuai liilii. 

Re-tail'er, n. 1. Kalepa kuai liilii. 
2. Retailer of gossip, he holoholo 

Re-tain', v. E hookoe; e hoopaa. 

Re-tain'er, n. 1. He ohua; he poe 
2. Uku hoopaa loio. 

Re-take',^. E hopu hou ; e lawe hou. 

Re-tal'i-ate, v. E hana aku hana mai. 

Re-tal'i-a'tion, n. Ka hana aku hana 

Re-tard', v. E hoohakalia; e hoololohi. 

Re-ten'tion, n. Ka hookoe ana; ka 
hoopaa ana. 

Re-ten'tive, adj. Hoopaa; apo. ^l re- 
tentive mind, he naau apo; naau hoo- 

Ret'i-cence, n. Ke ano mumule; ka- 
mailio ofe. 

Ret'i-cent, adj. Nohomalie; kamailio 

Ret'i-cule, n. Eke lawe mea humu- 

Rēt'i-nā, n. He mea ano upena ma ka 

Ret'i-nue, n. He poe ukali mahope o 

Re-tire', v. 1. E hele aku. Syn. de- 

2. Hele i ka hiamoe. 

3. E haalele. Retire from business, e 
haalele i ka oihana. 

Re-tire'ment, n. 1. Kahi mehameha. 

2. Ka haalele ana 
Re-tir'ing, adj. Akahai; noho malie; 

mahaoi ole. 
Re-tort', n. 1. Pane huhu. 

2. Ipu hooheehee metala. 




Re-trace', v. E hoi liou ihope. 
Re-traet', v. E hoihoi mai i ka olelo. 
Re-trats'tion, n. Ka lawe hou ana i ka 

Re-treat', v. E hee; e auhee. 
Re-treat', n. Wahi malu; wahi lulu; 

lie puuhonua. Syn. asylum. 
Re-trench', v. E hooemi i na lilo. 
Re-trench'ment, n. Ka hooemi ana 

i na lilo. 

Ret'ri-bu'tion, n. Ka hoopai ; ka uku. 

Re-trlb'u-tive, adj. Uku e like me ka 

hana. Retributive justice, ~kQ kanlike e 

uku ana e like me ka hana. 

Re-trieve', v. Eloaahou. Retrieve a 

reputation, e loaa hou i ka moa maikai. 

Re-triev'er, n. He ilio i aoia e ki a 

hoihoi mai i na manu i ki ia. 
Ret'ro-grade, v. E ku-emi ihope; e 

hoi ihope. 
Ret'ro-gres'sion, n. Ke kuemi ana; 

ka hoi ana ihope. 
Ret'ro-spect, n. Ka nanaina o ka wa 

i hala. 
Ret'ro-spect'ive, adj. No ka wa i 

Re-turn', v. 1. E huli; e hoi hou. Syn. 
come back. 

2. E hoihoi. Syn. bring back; fetch 
Re-turns, n. pi. He papa hoike. Election 
returns, ka papa hoike no ke koho ba- 
Re'u-nite', v. E hui hou; e hoohui 

Re-veal', v. E hoike i na mea huna'. 

Syn. divulge. 
Rev'el, n. He anaina uhauha. Syn. 

Rev'e-la'tion, n. He hoike ana. 
Rev'el-ry, n. Uhauha. 
Re-venge', n. He hoopai ino. 
Re-venge'ful, adj. Manao inaina; 

manao hoopai ino. 
Rev'e-nue, n. Na loaa o ke aupuni. 
Re-ver'ber-iite, v. E kupinai. Syn. 

Re-ver'ber-a'tion, n. Ke kupinai 

ana; kekani ana. 
Re-vere', v. E hoomaikai. 
Rev'er-ence, n. He manao hoomaikai. 
Rev'er-end, adj. 1. Hoomaikaiia. 
2. Inoa oihana no na kahunapule. 
Rev'er-ent, n. Manao hoomaikai. 
Rev'er-ent-ly, adv. Me ka manao hoo- 
Rev'er-ie, n. Poonoonoo; kanalu iho 

Re-ver'sal, n. Ka hoololi ana. The re- 
versal of the decision, ka hoololi ana o 
ka olelo hooholo. 
Re-verse', v. 1. E hoololi ae. Reverse 
the decision, e hoololi ae i ka olelo hoo- 

2. E hookahuli. Syn. overturn ; invert. 
Re-verse', n. 1, Aoao kue. Syn. op- 

2. Poino. Meet with reverses, e hala- 

wai me na poino. 
Re-vers'i-ble, adj. Hiki ke hoololiia. 
Re-ver'sion, n. Ka hoihoi hou ana o 

na pono i ka mea nana i hoolilo aku, 

a i kona mau hope pah a. 
Re-vert', i). E hoi hou a i ka mea ma- 

Re-view', v. 1. E hoi ihope. Review 

a lesson, e hoi ihope i ka haawina i 


2. E makaikai. Review troops, e ma- 
kaikai i na puali koa. 

3. E huli. Review a book, e huli i ka 

Re- view', n. Ka nanaina ihope. 
Re-view'er, n. Kanaka huli buke. 
Re-vile', v. E olelo ino; e hoohene- 

hene; kuamuamu. 
Re-vil'er, n. Mea kuamuamu; he wa- 

Re-vise', v. E hooponopono hou. 
Re-vis'er, n. Mea hooponopono hou. 
Re-vis'ion, n. 1. Ka hooponopono 

hou ana. 

2. He palapala i hooponopono hou ia. 
Re-vis'it, v. E hele hou; e makaikai 

Re-viv'al, n. He ala hou ana. 
Re-vive', v. Ehoala hou. 
Re-viv'i-fy, v. E hoo-eueu; e hoolale- 

Re-voke', v. E kahea hou mai. E 

hoopau. Syn. rescind. 
Re-volt', v. 1. E kipi. 

2. E hoopailua ma ka naau. 
Re-volt'ing» adj. Hoopailua i ka naau. 
Rev'o-lu'tion, ' n. 1. Ka hooauhuli 

ana i ke aupuni. 

2. Ke kaa ana. 

3. He nome. 
Rev'o-lu'tion-a-ry, adj. Auhulihia. 
Re-volve', v. E kaa; hookakaa. 
Re-vdlv'er, n. Pupanapana kani le- 

Re-ward', n. He uku; uku makana. 

Syn.* recompense. 
Re-ward'er, n. Mea nana e uku. 
Re-write', v. E kakau kope hou. 
Rhet'o-ric, n. Ke kakau ana, me ke 

kamailio ana ma na rula. 
Rhe-tor'ic-al, adj. Pili i ke akamai o 

ka olelo; palolo. 
Rheu'ma-tism, n. He hui ma na ami. 
Rhom'boid, n. Huina-ha-loa like ole 

Rhom'bus from), n. Huina-ha-aoao- 

like; like ole nae na huina. 
Rhyme (rime), %. Ke kani like o na 

leo o na hua olelo hope o kekani mau 

lalani mele. 
Rib, n. Iwi aoao. Ribs of a boat or ship, 

Rib'bon, n. Lipine. 
Rice, n. Hualaiki, 
Rich, adj. Waiwai; lako. Syn. wealthy. 
Rich'es, n. Ka waiwai; na lako. Syn. 





Rich'ness, n. 1. Alio waiwai; anonani. 

2. Momona. Richness of soil, moniona 

o ka lepo. 
Rick'et-y, adj. Paaole; palupalu. A 

rickety chair, noho palupalu. 
Kid, v. E hookaawale ae ; e hoomaemae. 
Rid'dance, n. Ka hookaawale ana; hoo- 
maemae ana. A good riddance, he hoo- 
maemae makepono. 
Rid'dle, n. He nane. 
Ride, v. E hooholo. 
Rid'er, n. Mea hooholo. 
Ridge, n. Kualapa. 
Rid'i-eule, v. E hoohenehene; e loiloi. 
Ri-di€'u-lons, adj. Ku i ka hoohene- 
hene; naaupo. 
Kl'fle, n. Pu raifela. 
Ki'fle, v. .1. E powa. Syn. rob. 

2. E will. Syn. "bore. 
Rift, n. He owa ; he mawae. 
Rig:, v. 1. E kukulu i ka likini o ka 


2. E kahiko i lole hookahakaha. 
Rig'ging, n. He likini moku. 
Right, ad?. 1. Pono; pololei ; kupono. 

2. Akau. Right side, aoao akau. 
Right, n. 1. Ka pono; ka pololei. 

2. He kuleana. Syn. claim. 
Right, v. E hooponopono ; hoopololei. 
Right'- an'gle, n. Huina kupono. 
Right'eous (ri'clms), adj. Pono. 
Right'eous'ness, n. Ka pono. 
Rlght'ful, adj. 1. Maoli. Rightful heir, 

ka hooilina maoli. 

2. Pono-i'. 
Right'ful-ly, adv. Me ka pono maoli. 
Right'-hand'ed, adj. Maa i ka lima 

Right'ly, adv. Pono. Rightly judge, 

koho pono. 
Big'id, adj. 1. Oolea. Syn. severe. 

2. Lualuaole; oolea. Syn. stiff. 
Rig'id-ly, adv. Me ka oolea; kupaa. 
Rig'ma-role, n. Kamailio lapuwale. 
Rig'or-otis, adj. 1. Oolea. 

2. Anuanu. A rigorous climate, he kau 

Rill, n. Kahawai liilii. 
Elm, n. Kae; lihilihi. 
Kind, n. Ka ili owaho o ka hua ai. 
Ring, n. 1. He apo; he komo. 

2. He hui e aua ana i kekahi mau po- 

maikai no lakou iho. 
Ring, v. E kani; e hookani. 
Ring'lead'er, n. He alakai ma ke ko- 

Rxng'let, n. Owili lauoho. 
Ring'worm (wurm), n. He ane. 
Rinse, v. E ka'ka' i ka wai. 
Ri'ot, n. He haunaele. Syn. tumult. 
Ri'ot-ous, adj. Hoohaunaele. 
Rip, v. E wehe hou i ka humnhnmu; 

e nahae. 
Rip, n. He nahae ma ka lole. 
Ripe, adj. Pala. Fully grown, oo. Fully 

grown, out not ripe, oo, aole nae i pala. 
Rip'ple, n. He onini; kahe nahe; owe 


Rise, v. 1. E ala; e eu; e ku. 

2. E puka. The sun rises, ke puka nei 
ka la. 

3. E pii. Prices rise, pii na kumukuai. 
Rise, n. Ka pii ana. 
Ris/i-bil'i-ty, n. Ake e akaaka. 
Ris'ing, 7i. Ke ala ana. 

2. Ke ala kue ana. Syn. insurrection. 
Risk, n. He pilikia. To take a risk, e 

haawe i ka pilikia; e haawe i ka poino. 
Risk'y, adj. Paapu i na pilikia. 
Rite, n. He hana hoomana. 
Rit'u-al, n. Buke o na hana hoomana. 
Riv'al, n. Mea paio pu; hoa paio. 
Kiv'al, adj. Paio pu. 
Ri'val-ry, n. Ka paio pu ana. Syn. 

Rive, v. E wawahi; e haehae. Syn. 

cleave; split. 
Riv'er, n. Muliwai. 
Riv'et, n. Kui makia. 
Riv'et, v. 1. E makia me ke kui. 

2. E hoopaa; e kauo. Rivet the atten- 
tion, e kauo i ka noonoo. 
Riv'u-let, n. Kahawai uuku. Syn. 

Road, n. Alanui: ala. 
Road'stead, n. Wahi ku moku. 
Road'ster, n. He lio ikaika ma ka 

Roam, v. E auwana hele ; holoholo. 
Roar, n. 1. Leo wo; leo haalulu. 

2. Roar of the surf, paepu oka nalu. 
Roast, v, 1. E pulehu. Syn. roast in 

an oven ; bake. 

2. Koala. Syn. roast on the coals. 
Roast'er, n. Puaa liilii mea pulehu. 
Rob, v. E hao wale; e powa'. 
Kob'ber, n. He powa; hao wale. 
Rob'ber-y, n. Hana powa; hao wale. 
Robe, n. Lole hooluelue. 
Ro-bust', adj. Pxiipui; ikaika. Syn. 

Roek, n. Pohaku nnnui. 

2. Sunken rocks, puko'a. 
Rock, v. 1. E paipai. Rock the cradle, 

e paipai i ka moe keiki. 

2. Kuoe. Syn. rock, as a ship in the 

Roek'er, n. Noho paipai. Syn. rock- 
ing chair. 
Rock'et, n. Ahikaolele. 
Roek'ing-horse, n. Lio laau paipai. 
Ro«k'salt, n. Paakai 1 eliia. 
Roek'y, adj. Pohaku. Rocky land, aina 

Rod, n. 1. Laau hahau; laau hili. 

2. He roda, 16% kapuai. 

3. He laau loihi. Fishing rod, kamo- 

Rogue (rog), n. He mea apiki. 
Rogu'ish, adj. Apiki; mahaoi. 
Roil, v. 1. Ē kaawili a lepo. 

2. E hoonau'kiu'ki. Syn. stir up. 
Roi'ly, adj. Syn. turbid. 
Roll, v. i. E olokaa. Roll the stone, e 

olokaa i ka pohaku. 




2. E kakaa, roll in the dirt, e kakaa 
iloko o ka lepo. 

3. E owili. 
Roll', n. He owili. 
RoU'eall, n. Papa kahea inoa. 
Roll'ing-pin, n. Kui wili palaoa. 
Eo'man, adj. No Roma. 
Ko'mance, n. He kaao. 
Ko-man'tie, adj. 1. Ulu wale oka 


2. A romantic scene, lie nanaina nani. 
Romp, n. 1. He paani ikaika. 

%_ He kaikamahme mahaoi. 
Rood, n. Hapa-ha' o ka eka. 
Roof, n. Hale oluna; kaupoko. 
Roof, v. E kukulu i ke kaupoko. 
Roofless, adj. 1. Kaupoko ole. 

%_ Nele i ka hale ole. 
Room, n. 1. He keena; lumi. 

2. Wahiakea; wahi kaawale. Make 

room, e hooakea; e hookaawale. 
Room'y, adj. Akea; kaawale. Syn. 

Roost, v. E kau mehe moa la. 
■Roostfer, n. Moa kane. Syn. cock. 
Root, n. He aa; he kumu. 
Root, v. 1. E hookumu. 

2. E eku. 
Rope, n._ Kaula. 
Rope'mak'er, n. Mea hana kaula. 
Rope'walk, n. Hale hana kaula. 
Rope'yarn, n. Pulupulu hana kaula. 
Rose, n. He pua rose. 
Ro'se-ate, adj. 1. Ulaula, mehe rose. 

2. Omeomeo. 
Rose'bush, n. Kumu rose. 
RoVter, n. Papa inoa o na lii koa. 
Ros'trum, n. He awai hai-olelo. 
Ros'y, adj. Omeomeo. Syn. roseate. 
Rot, n. Palaho'. Syn. putrefaction. 

Rō'ta^to-ry, \ ad ?- Kaa ' kakaa. 
Ro'tate, v. E kaa ma ka iho. 
Ro-ta/tion, n. 1. Ke kaa ana. 

2_. Read in rotation, e heluhelu kaahele. 
Rote, n. 1. Ka hoopaa naau; hai paa- 


Bead by rote, e heluhelu paanaau. 
Rot'ten, adj. 1. Palaho; popopo; pa- 


2. Rotten egg, hua aelo. 
Rot'ten-stone, v. Pohaku palupalu 

mea anai. 
Ro-tund', adj. Nemunemu. 
Ro-tund'i-ty, h. Ke ano poepoe. 
Eoū-e', n. Kanaka hoohaumia. 
Rough, (rifcf), adj. 1. Okalakala. A 

rough voice, leo okalakala. 

2. Apuupuu; malualua. A rough 
country, he aina malualua. 

3. Kupikipiki-o'. 

4. Keemoa; niha; kamaniha. Syn, 
surly; crabbed. 

Rough, ?i. Kanaka hakaka wale. 
Rough, v. To rough it e noho e like me 

ka iiihi; e noho h'emahema. 
Rough/hew (rufj, v. E kalai mua. 

Roiigh'ly, adj. 1. Me ka lima oolea. 
2. Okalakala. To answer roughly, e 
pane okalakala. 

Rough'ness, n. Ke ano okalakala; ma- 
lualua, etc. 

Rough/shod, adj. 1. Kamaa oolea. 
2. ano oolea; paakiki. To ride rough- 
shod, e hooko me ka manao ole aku i 
ka ehaeha o hai. 

Round, adj. Poepoe. 

Round, n. 1. He puni. 
2* Laau poepoe o ke alapii. 

Round, v. E hoo-popo; e hana a poe- 

Soe. To round off corners, e pohe ; e po- 
Round'a-bout', adj. Pololeiole; pae- 

Round'ed, p.p. Poheoheo. 
Round'ly, adv. Akea; me ka wiwo ole. 

Syn. openly; boldly. 
Rduse', v. 1. E ala'e; elalelale; e eu. 

2. E hoo-ala; e hoo-eueu. 
Rout, v. Ehoo-auhee. Syn. vanquish. 
Route (rute), n. He ala e hele ai. 
Rou-tine', n. Ke ano mau o ka hana. 

Daily routine, na hana mau o ka la. 

Syn. round. 
Rove, v. E hele auwana. Syn. roam. 
Rov'er, n. Mea hele auwana; he ku- 

Row, n. Hehaunaele; uluaoa. Syn. riot. 
Row, n. Lalani. 
Row, v. E hoe waapa. 
Row'el, n. Ke kui o ke kepa'. 
Roy'al, adj. Alii. 
Roy'al-ly, adv. Me he moi la, 
R6y'al-ty, n. 1. Kekulanamoi. 

2. He mahele no ka mea nona ka pono. 
Rub, v. E anai; hookalakala. Syn. 

Rub'bish, n. Opala. 
Ru'bi-«und, adj. Ulaula. A rubicund 

visage, he helehelena ulaula. 
Ru'by, n. Pohaku momi. 
Riid'der, n. Hoeuli. 
Rud'dy, adj. Ehu. 
Rude, adj. 1. Mahaoi; niha. 

2. Kuaaina. Syn. uncultivated. 
Rude'ly, adv. 1. Mahaoi; niha. 

2. Hem ahem a. Rudely constructed, ku- 
kulu hemahema ia. 
Rude'ness, n. Ano kamaniha; ano 

Ku'di-ment, w. He mole; kumumua. 

Rudiments of knowledge, na kumumua 

o ka ike. 
Rue, v. E mihi; e mamina. Syn. re- 
Rue'ful, adj. Kaumaha; luuluu. 
Ruf'fi-an, n. Kanaka lokoino; he pepe- 

hi kanaka. 
Rilf'fle, v. 1. E hoouluhua. Syn. yex. 

2. E pihapiha lole. 

3. E onini mai la i ke kai. 
Rug, n. 1. Moenawawae. 

2. Pelamoe. 
Rug'ged, adj. 1. Apuupuu; malualua. 
2. Puipui. 




Ruin, n. 1. Poin© loa. 
2. Kahua hale i helelei. 

Rii'in-ous, adj. 1. Poino. Syn. disas- 

2. Helelei. In a ruinous condition, hele- 
lei wale. 

Rule, n. He loina; rula. Syn. regula- 

Rule, v. 1. Enoho aupuni; noho alii. 

2. E lanakila. Syn. triumph, 

3. E kaha lalani. 

4. E hoomalu. Syn. govern. 
Eul'er, n. 1. He poo aupuni; he luna. 

2. He rula laau. 
Bum, n. Rama; wai ona. 
Rum'ble, v. E haalulu; e nakulu. 
Rum'bling, adj. Manunu'nu ; nakulu. 
Ru'mi-nate, v. E hoolualuai. Syn. 

chew the cud. 
Ru'mor, n+ He lono wale. 
Hump, n. Ke kikala. 
Riim'ple, v, E hoo-mimino. 
Run, v. 1. E holo; e holo mama. 

2. E kahe. Syn. flow. 
Kun, n. He holo. 

2. He wahi kahawai uuku. 

3. He kikoo nui i ke dala ma ka bane- 
ko mamuli o ka maka'u. 

4. Ke kau mau ana. A run of good 
luck, ke kau mau ana o ka pomaikai. 

5. Kahahai mau ana. Bun of bad luck, 
ka hahai mau ana o ka poino. 

Eftn'a-way, n. Mea mahuka. 
Biin'ner, n. 1. Kanaka kukini. 

2. He holua. 
Bu-pee', n. Dala o Inia, 46 keneta. 
Rupt/ure, n. 1. He mokuahana. 

2. He puu-lele. Syn. hernia. 
Rupt'ure, v. E mokuahana; e moku. 
Ru'ral, adj. No kuaaina. Mural districts, 

na wahi o kuaaina. 
Ruse, n. Hana hoohalua; hana maalea. 

Syn. artifice; stratagem. 
Bush, n. 1. Naku; kaluha; akaakai. 

2. He holo nui. 
Rush, v. E nei. 

Rus'sian, n. Kamaaina no Rusia. 
Rust, n. He popo. Iron rust, kukae- 

Rus'tie, n. He kanaka no kuaaina. 
Rūs'ti~eāte, v. E hoonanea ma kua- 
Rus-tic'i-ty, n. Ke ano kuaaina. 
Riis'tle, v. E nehe; nakulukulu. 
Rust'y, adj. 1. Popo;popopo. 

2. Poina wale; poina loa. 
Rut, n. Hemawaema ke alanui. To 

follow in a rut, e hooko mau ma ke ano 

kahiko (mehea'la e hahai ana i ka rna- 

wae o ke alanui.) 
Ruth/less, adj. Menemeneole; loko- 

ino. Syn. pitiless. 



ab'hath, n. La Sabati. 

!£&?£!"• Hepahikaua. 
Sa'hle, adj. Eleele jpouli. 
Sā€'€ha~rine, adj. Ono, me he ko la. 
Sa'cer-do'tal, adj. Pili i ka oihana 

kahuna pule. 
Sack, n. 1. Eke. Syn. bag. 

2. He ku'ka. 
Sack, -y. E luku; e powa. Syn, plunder; 

Sacking, n. Lole hana eke. 
Sae'ra-nient, n. Ahaaina a ka Haku. 
Sa'«red, adj. 1. Hoano; hemolele. 

Syn, holy. 

2. Laa; kapn. Syn. dedicated; con- 

Sā'«red~ness, n. Ke ano laa; ano kapu. 
jS&c'ri-fice, n. 1. He mohai. 

2. He poho'. To sell at a sacrifice, e 


Sae'ri-fice, v. E mohai; e hoopoino; 

hoo-poho 7 . 
Sae'ri-lege, n. Ka hoohaumia ana i 

na mea hoano. 
Sae'ri-le'gious, adj. Manao hoino i 

na mea hoano. Syn impious. 
S ad , adj. Kaumaha ; luuluu ; ehaeha. 
Sad'den, v. E hookaumaha i ka naau. 
Sad'dle, n. Noho lio. 
Sad'dler-y, n. Nalakonoka hoa ana 

i ka lio. 
Sad'dle-tree, n. Laau noho lio. 
Sad'ly, adv. Me ke kaumaha o ka naau. 
Sad'ness, n. Kaumaha; luuluu; mo- 

kuahua; mokumokuahua. 
Safe, adj. 1. Malu; maluhia; lulu; 


2. Pilikiaole. 
Safe, n. 1. Pahu waiho dala. 

2. He pa waiho ai. 
Sāfe'-€dn'du€t, n. Palapala hoomalu 

kmo ma ka hele huakai ana iloko o ka 

aina o ka enemi. 




Safeguard, n. He pale no ka poino. 
Safe'ly, adv. Maluhia; palekana. 
Safe'ty, n. Maluhia; malu; lulu. 
Safe'ty-lamp, n. Kukui hoomalu ola, 

no ke komo ana ma na lua eli. 
Safe'ty-valve', n. Pani hookuu mahu. 
Sag, v. E aim; e alualu. 
Sa-ga'cioiis, adj. Noeau; naauao. 

Syn. wise. 
Sa-gac/i-ty, n. Noeau; naauao. Syn. 

Sage, n. 1. He kanaka naauao. 

2. He laau ala, mea hoomiko ai. 
Sage, adj. Naauao, 
Sail, n. 1. He pea. 
2. He hooholo ma ke kai a wai e ae 
Sail, v. E hooholo; e holo. Sail for 

pleasure, e kakeie waa. 
Sailcloth, n. Lole hana pea. 
SaiFloft, n. Keen a hana pea. 
SaiFmak'er^ n. Mea hana pea. 
SaiPoy, n. He hooholo moku; lftina. 
Saint, n. He mea hemolele. 
Saint'ly, adv. Hemolele. 
Sake, n. Pono. For the sake of the people, 

no ka pono o ka lahui. 
SaPa-ble, adj. Lilo koke ke kuai ia. 
SaFad, n. He ai mikomiko. 
SaFa-ried, adj. Uku paaia. Annual 

salary, uku paa o ka makahiki. 
SaFa-ry, n. Uku paa; uku makahiki. 
Sale, n. He kuai lilo. On sale, waiho 

ana no ke kuai. 
Sales'man, n. Kanaka kuai; kupakako. 
SaMIne, adj. 1. Paakai. Saline parti- 
cles, na hu'na paakai. 
2. Miko i ka paakai. 
Sa-li'va, n. Wale. 

SaFi-vat'ed, n. Hookaheia ka wale. 
SaPlo-w, adj. Olenalena. 
SaFly, v. 1. E puka aku mawaho. 

2. E hooulsa kaua. 
SaPly-port, n. Puka komo o ka pa- 

Sal'moH (sam'on), n. Kamano. 
Sa-loon', n. Keena akea. A drinking 
saloon, keena inu wai-ona. Gambling 
saloon, keena pili-waiwai. Photographic 
saloon; keena pai-kii. 
Salt, n. Paakai. 
Salt, v. E ko-pi' i ka paakai. 
Salt^ceFlar, n. Ipu paakai. 
Sa-lu'bri-oxis, adj. Oluolu. Syn. 
healthy. A salubrious climate, he kau 
Sa-lu'bri-ty, n. Ano oluolu; kupono i 

ke ola kino. 
Sal'DL-ta-ry» adj. Maluhia; kupono. 

Syn. beneficial; useful; wholesome. 
SaF-u-ta'tion, n. Uwe aloha; olelo 

aloha. Syn. greeting-. 
gal-Q/ta-to'ry, n. E haawi ana i ke 

Sa-lute', v. E haawi ana i ka mahalo; 

E aloha aku; e uwe aloha. 
SaFva&e, n. Ka uku no ka hoopa&ele 
ana i ka moku a ukana ]poku paha. 

Sal-va'tion, n. Ola ; Ola Mau Loa. 
Salve (sav), n. Laau hamo eha. 
SaPver, n. Pa metala. 
SaFvo, n. Ke kani like ana o kekahi 

mau pu. 
Same, adj. Ia mea hookahi no; mea 

Same'ness, n. Ka like; ka lokahi. 
Sam'ple, n. Ana hoohalike, 
San'a-to-ry, adj. Ku i ke ola kino. 

Syn, sanitary. 
Saiie'ti-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka hoo-laa ana. 
Sane'ti-fy, v. E hoo-laa; e hoano. 
San«'ti-mo'ni-oūs, n. Hoomana hoo- 

Sane'tion, v. E apono. Syn. approve. 
Sane'ti-ty, n. Ke ano hemolele ; ano 

Sane'tu-a'ry, n. Wahi hoano; luakini. 
Sane'tum, n. Keena malu'. 
Sand, n. O'ne. 
Sand'al, n. Kamaahawele. 
San'dal-wood, n. Iliahi. 
Sand's tone, n. Pohaku oneone; he pa- 

Sand'wich, n. He mau apana berena 

me ka i'o mawaena. 
Sand'wich, v. E hookomo mawaena o 

na mea elua. 
San'dy, adj. 1. Oneone. 

2. Ehu. Sandy hair, lauoho ehu. 
Sane, adj. Lalau ole ka manao. 
San'gui-na-ry, adj. Puni koko; hoo- 

kahe koko. Syn. bloody. 
San-guine, adj. Naau hoihoi. 
San'i-ta-ry, adj. No ke ola kino. 
San'i-ty, n. Ka pololei o ka noonoo. 
Sap, n. Ka wai o na meaulu. 
Sap, v. E kohi malaloiho; e eli malalo 

iho. Syn. undermine. 
Sa'pi-ent, adj. Naauao. Syn. wise. 
Sap'ling, n. Kumu laau opio. 
Sarcasm, n. Olelo loiloi. Syn. satire. 
Sar~eas'ti«, adj. Loiloi; hoohenehene. 

Syn. satirical; caustic. 
Sar-eoph/a-gus, n. Pahu-pohaku ku- 

Siir'di-us, n. Pohaku momi; saredio. 
Sar-don'ie, adj. Henehene hookama- 
ni. Sardonic laugh, akaaka hookamani« 
Sash., n. 1. Kaei puhaka. 

2. Laau aniani no ka pukamakani. 
Sa'tan, n, Satana; Diabolo. Syn. the 

Sā-tān'i€ 7 adj. Ano Satana; ino loa. 
Satch'el, n. Eke buke. 
Sat'el-llte, n. 1. He hoku' liilii e poai 
ana i ka hoku' nui. f 

2. He hoopilimeaai. 
Sā'ti-āte, v. E hoo-lāwa; e ke'na; mao- 

Sa-tFe-ty, n. Ka lawa pono; kapjha 

Safin, n. Kilika pahoehoe. 
Sat'ire, n. Olelo loiloi no na hana ku- 
pono ole, 
Sfi-tir'ie-al, adj. Hoehenehene ana i 
ka hewa. 




Sat'is-fae'tion, n. 1. Ka oluolu o ka 
2. Ke ko ana o ka makemake. 

Sat'is-fac'to-ri-ly, adv. Aponoia. 

Sat'is-fae'to-ry, adj. 1. Kupono; pono. 
A satisfactory answer, he haina pono. 
2. Kui ka makemake. 

Sat'is-fy, v. 1. E hooko i ka makema- 

2. E hooia. Syn. prove. 

3. E hoo-kaa. Satisfy a claim, e hoo 
kaa i ka aie, also hoo-na'. 

4. Satisfy thirst, e ken a i ka makewai. 

5. Satisfy hunger, e hoopau i ka pololi. 

6. Satisfy the wants of a child, e hoo-na 
i ke keiki. 

Sat'rap, n. He kiaaina ma Peresia. 
Sat'n-rate, v. E hoo-ma-u\ 
Sat'u-rat'ed, adj. Hoo-u'ia. 
Sat'ur-day, n. La hoomalolo; Poaono. 
Sat'ur-na'li-a, n. pi. Ahaaina uhauha. 
Sat'ur-nlne, adj. Nanau. 
Sauce, n. Kai ono no ka mea ono. 
Sauce, v. E pakike'; e honekoa. 
Sauce'box, n. Keiki paoke' ; keiki 

Sau'cer, n. Pakiaha. 
Sau'cy, adj. Pakike', honekoa; mahaoi. 
Saun'ter, v. E holoholo hoonanea. 
Sau'sage, n. Vo kaki. 
SaV'age, n. He kanaka hihiu; kanaka 

hupo. Syn. barbarian. 
Sav'age, adj. Hihiu; lokoino. Syn. 

barbarous ; cruel. 
Sav'agre-ly, adv. Me ka lokoino loa. 
Sa-van'na, n. Aina papu; aina malai- 

lai. Syn. prairie; pampas. 
Sa-vant/ (sa-vong), n. Kanaka naau- 

Save, v. 1. E malama. Syn. take care 


2. E hoopakele. Syn. rescue. 

3. E hoola. Syn. redeem. 
Sav'ing:, adj. 2. Hoomakaulii. 

2. A saving clause, he olelo e pakele ai. 
Sav'Ing, prep. Koe. Syn. except. 
Sav'ings, n. Na loaa i hoiliili ia. 
Sav'ior ) 1. Ka Hoola; IesuKristo. 
Sav'iouri 2. Mea e hoopakele ana. 
Sav'or, n. 1. Liu. The savor of salt, 

ka liu o ka paakai. 

2. He mea aia. 
Sa'vo-ry , adj. Ono ; mikomiko. 
Sa, w, n. 1. He pahiolo. 

2. Olelo naauao. Syn. proverb. 
Saw'dust, okaoka papa. 
Saw'pit. n. He lua olo papa. 
Saw'yer, n. Kanaka olo papa. 
Say, v. E olelo ; e i ; e hai. 
Say'ing;, n. He olelo. 
Scab, n. He papaa ma ka ili. 
Scaiybard, n. Wahi' pahikaua, Syn. 

Scaffold, n. He amana. Syn. gallows; 

Scaf fold-ing, n. Wahi e ku ai o ka poe 

Scald, v. E wela i ka wai, a mahu paha. 

Scald, n. 1. He wela ma ka ili no ka 

wai wela, a mahu paha. 

2._ He mai ma ka iwi poo. 
Scale, n. L, He ana. Syn. measure. 

2. Na leo pa-ko-li. 

3. TJnahi. Syn. iish-scale. 

4. He papa ana kumukuai ; ana uku. 
5 L He anuu. 

Scale, v. 1. E pii iluna. Syn. mount; 

2. E wehe i na unahi. 

3. E ana. 

Sea-lene', adj. Like ole o na aoao me 

na huina. 
Scales, n. Ana kaupaona. 
Scalp, n. Iwi poo. 
Sealp'el, n. Pahi oki a ke kauka. 
Seal'y, adj. Paa i na unahi. 
Scamp, n. Mea hana apiki. Syn. 

Scam'per, v. E holo ki'ki'. 
Seaiiip'isli, adj. Apiki. 
Scan, v. E hakilo; e kiaipono. 
Sean'dal, n. He olelo, a he hana, hoo- 

Sean'dal-otis, adj. Haumia;hoohihia. 
Scan'dal-mong'er, n. He wahaohi. 

lelSt'VJ °* Lawaole " 
Scant'ling, n. Laau kua. 
Scape'goat, n. Meai hoopaiia no na 

hewa o hai. 
Scape'grace, n. Mea apiki maoli. 
Scap'u-lā,~?i. Ke kipoohiwi. 
Scar, n. Linalina; moali. Scar from 

burning, kalakala wela. 
Scarce, adj. Kakaikahi; ike pinepine 

ole ia. 
Scarce'ly, adv. Aneane hiki ole. 
Scar^ci-ty, n. Ka lawa ole; ka nele. 
Scare", v. E hoopuiwa. To scare away 

animals, e hoohemu. 
Scare'erow, n. He mea hoohemu 

Scarf, n. Lole hawele a-i'. 
Sear'let, adj. Ulaula. 
Scar'let fe'ver, n. He fiva; fivaula. 
Scatli/less, adj. Poino ole. Syn. with- 
out harm. 
Seat/ter, v. 1. E hoohelelei. Syn. strew. 

2. Hoopuehu. Syn. disperse. 
Seat'ter-ing, adj. Helelei liilii. 
Seav'en-ger» n. Mea hoomaemae ala- 

nui kulanakauhale. 
Scene, n. He nanaina. 
Scen'er-y, n. He nanaina ma ka aina. 
Scent, n. 1. He ala; ka honi o ka ihu. 

2. He meheu. A foul scent, he pilo. 
Scent, v. 1. E moani. Syn. perfume. 

~% E honi. 
Scent'less, adj. Ala ole. 
Scep'ter, n. Kookoo alii. 
Sched'ule, n. Papahoike; papakuhi- 

kuhi. A schedule of prices, papa kuhi- 

kuhi kumukuai. 
Scheme (skeme), n. He kumu hana; 

hana i noonooia. 




Scheme, v. E poonoo ; e noonoo hana. 

Syn. plan. 
Schism (sizm), n. He mokuahana. 
Schis-mat'ic, adj. Mokuahana. 
SchoFar, n. 1. Haumana kula. Syn. 

2. Kanaka makaukau ma ka ike. 
SchtiFar-ly, adj. Makaukau ma ka ike. 

Syn. learned. 
SehoFar-ship, n. 1. Ka makaukau o 
ka ike. 

2. He kulana kokua ma ke kula. 
Scho'li-um, n. Manao pili o ka manao 

School (skool), n. He kula ao. 
School,!). E ao. 
SchobFfellow, n. He hoa kula. Syn. 

SchobFhouse, n. Hale kula. 
Sehdbl-ing, n. Ke ao ana ma ke kula. 
SchobF-ma'aiMi, n. Kumu kula wa- 
ll ine. 
SehooF-mas'ter, n. Kumu kula. Syn. 

school teacher. 
SchooFteach'ing, n. Oihana ao kula. 
Sehoon'er, 1. Kialua. 

2. Kiaha nui, mea inu bia. 
Sel'ence, n. 1. Ike; ike i hoonohonoho 
2. Akeakamai. 
Sci'en-tif'ie, adj. Akeakamai. 
Scl'en-tifie-al-ly, adv. Hamuli o na 

loina o ke akamai. 
Scl'ent-ist, n. Kanaka akeakamai. 
Scin-til'la, n. He huna; lihi iki. 
Scin'til-late, v. E imoimo mehe hoku 

la; e anapanapa. Syn. twinkle. 
ScFon, ii. Mamo; la'la'. 
Scis/sors, n. pi. Upa' oki. 
Scoff, v. E olelohaakei; e kuamuamu. 
Scoffer, n. Kanaka haakei. 
Scold, a. Enuku; hookikina; wahapaa. 
Scold'ing, n. He olelo huhu; olelo nu- 

Sconce, n. He poo. 
Scoop, n. He kioe. 
Scoop, v. E kioe ; e poo. 
Scoop'net, n. He upena liilii paa lima. 
Scope, n. 1. Ke kumu. Syn. design. 

2. The scope of the eye, ka nanaina o ka 

3. He palena o ke kumumanao. 
Scorch, v. E papaa i ka wela; e hoo- 

wela; paawela. 
Score, n. 1. Iwakalua. Three-score 
and ten, ekolu iwakalua me ka umi. 

2. He papa kakau kaha. 

3. To pay up old scores, e hookaa i na 
aie kahiko; e hopu no na hala kahi- 

Score, v. 1. E kakau kaha. To score a 

game, e eo ma na kaha. 

2. To score up against one, e hoomau- 

Sco'ri-a, n A 'a' pele. 
Scorn, v. E hoohenehene; e hoowaha'- 

waha'. * 

Scorn'er, n. He kanaka haakei. 

Scorn'ful, adj. Haakei. 
Seor'pi-on, n. Moo niho-awa. 
Scotch, v. E paipai ka huila i kaa ole. 
Seotch'man, n. Kamaaina no Sekotia. 
Seot'free, adj. Hookuia me ka ukuole. 
Scoun'drel, n. He mea i lilo loa i ka 

Scour, v. 1. E anai; e hoohinuhinu. 

2. E holo a puni me'ka imi ana. Scour 

the country for food, e holo a puni ka 

aina e imi ana l ai. 
Scourge (skurge),n. 1. Hekaulahili. 

2. He mai ahulau. 

3. He hoopai. 

Scout, n. He kiu no ka puali koa. 

Scout, v. E loiloi; e hoohenenene. Syn. 

Scow, n. He kao; waapa nui halihali 

Scowl, n. Hookuekue maka. 

Scram/ble, v. E kokolo ma na kuli. 
2. E hopuhopu aku. 

Scrap, n. Apana liilii; hakina; huna. 
A scrap of news, hunahuna nuhou. 

Scrap'bobk, n. Buke hooiliili huna- 
huna olelo. • 

Scrape, v. 1. E koli; e kolikoli. 

2. Ewao;wauwau. Syn. scratch. 

3. E koekoe. 
Scrape, n. Hihia. 

Scrap'er, n. Mea koekoe; mea kolikoli. 
Scratch, v. 1. E wao; e wauwau. 

2. E helu. Syn. scratch as a hen. 
Scratch, n. He kaha wale. 
Scrawl, v. E kakau me ka pupuahulu. 
Seraw'ny , adj. Iika ; iii. 
Scream, v. Ē uwa'; e uwe nui. 
Screech, n. He kani okalakala. 
Screen, v. 1. E pale; e huna'. Syn. 

shelter; hide. 

2. E kanana. Syn. sift. 
Screw (skru), n. 1. Kui nao; will nao. 

2. Screw of a steam ship, wili kakaa o 

o ka mokuahi. 
Screw, v. E uma; e wili. 
Screw'drlv'er, n. Wili-kui-nao. 
Serew'plne,?i. Puhala. Syn. pandanus. 
Serib'ble, v. E kakau wale aku. 
Serib'bler, n. Mea kakau wale. 
Scribe, n. Kakauolelo. 
Scrimp, v. E hoohaiki ma ka hoolako 

Scrip, n. Palapala hoike no na mahele 

Script, n. Hua kepau ano kakau lima. 
Scrip t'ur-al, adj. Ku like me ka olelo 

o ka Baibala, 
Script'ure, n. Baibala. 
Serof'u-la, n, Ka alaala. 
Serof'u-lous, adj. Alaala. 
Scroll, n. He owili pepa, 
SerolFsaw, n. Pahiolo oki kuawili. 
Scrub, v. E holoi ikaika. 
ScruVby, adj. Kupu ole; ii. 
Seru'ple, n. 1. Haohao o ka manao; 


2. _ He ana no ka laau lapaau. 
Seru'iju-lous, a dj m Akahele loa. 




Scru'ti-mze, v. E kiai pono; e hakilo; 

e kiei. 
Seru'ti-ny, n. Ke kiai pono ana; ka 

hakilo ana. 
Scud, v. 1. E holo imua o ka makani; 

e kalewa. 

2. E holo hee aku. 
Scuffle, n. He aumeume. 
Scull, n. He hoe pokole. 
SeulPer, ft. Kanaka hoe pa-lua i na 

ScuPler-y, ft. Wahi e waiho ai na mea 

o ka hale kuke. 
Sexilpt'or, n. Mca kalai kii. 
Seulpt/ure,?z. Kalai kii. 
Scuni, n. Hu'a; huwa'. 
Seup'per, n. He puka hookahe wai no 

ka oneki moku. 
Seur'ril-ous, adj. Amuamu; hailiili. 
Seur-ril'i-ty, ft. Olelo kuamuamu. 
Scut'tle, v. 1. E hoo-piho' i ka moku. 

2. E holo kiki. 
Scythe (slthe), n. Pahi oki maun. 
Sea, n. Kai. 

Sea'board, n. Kahakai. Syn. seacoast. 
Sea-breeze, ft. Makani ahe. Seabreeze 

at Lahaina, maaa. Seabreeze at Kona, 

eka._ Seabreeze at Silo, malua. 
Sea'coastJ Kahakai. Syn. sea- 

Sea'side, \ ' shore. 

Sea'far-ing, adj. Holo moana. 
Seal, n. 1. Ilio o ke kai. 

2. He sila ; hoailona pai. 
Seal, v. E sila. 

Seal'ing-wax, ft. Kepau sila palapala. 
Seam, ft. Kuina. 
Sea'man, ft. " Kanaka holo moana. He 

luina. Syn. sailor. 
Sea'man-ship, ft. Ke akamai maka 

hooholo moku. 
Seam/stress, n. Wahinc humuhumu. 
Sea'port, n. Awa ku moku. 
Sear, v. E kuni i ke ahi. 
Search., v. E imi;ehuli. Syn. seek; 

look for. 
Search'er, ft. He meaimi; mea huli; 

haumana. Syn. inquirer. 
Search/war'rant, n. Palapala imi. 
Saa'robmVft. Ke akea o ka moana. 
Sea'shell, n. He pupu o kai. 
Sea'sbore, n. Kahakai; kaha one. Syn. 

Sea'sick, adj. Poluea; luai-moku. 
Sea'son, ft. 1, Kau. Growing season, 

laaulu, Out of season, laawela. 

2. Wa kupono. 
Seas' on, v. 1. E hoomiko ai. 

2. E hoomaloo. Season lumber, e hoo- 

maloo papa. 
Sea'son-a-ble, adj. Kupono i ka wa. 
Sea's on-ing, n. He inai. Syn. con- 
Seat, n. 1. He noho. Syn. chair. 

2. Ke kikala. 

S. Kahua. A seat of learning, kahua 

Sea' ward, adv. I kai; makai. 
Sea' weed, n. Limu. 

Sea'worth-y, adj. Kupono ke holo 

Se'cant, n. Kaha oki. 
Sercede', v. 1. E hoo-kaaokoa aku; e 


2. E haalele. 
Se-ces'sion, n. Ka hookaawale ana; 
* ke~kaaokoa ana. 
Se-clude', v. E hookaawale makahi 

Se-clu'sion, n. 1. Kahi mehameha. 

2. Ka hoo-i»ehameha ana. 
See'ond, ft. He sekona. 
See'ond, adj. Lua. The second day, ka 

lua o na la. 
Sec'ond, v. E kokua. Second the motion, 

e kokua i ka manao. 
See'cmd-a'ry, adj. Emi mai. Of sec-r 

ondary importance, emi ka waiwai. 
See'ond-hand', adj. Aole hou loa. 
Sec'ond-rate', adj. Aole maikai loa; 

emi ka maikai. 
Se'cre-cy, ft. Ano malu'; hai ole ia. 

Sworn to secrecy, hoohikiia no ka hai 

Se/cret, ft. Olelo huna'; mea huna'. 
Se'cret, adj. Malu'. 
See're-ta'ry, ft. 1. Kakau-olelo. 

2. Pahu kakau palapala. 

3. Kuhina aupuni. 

Se-crete', v. I. E huna'. Syn. hide; 


2. Secrete one's self, e pee. Syn. hide. 
Se'cret-ly, adv. Malu'. 
Sect, n. Aoaohoomana. 
Sec-ta'ri-an, adj. Pili i ka aoao hoo- 

See'tion, n. 1. He mahele. Syn. di- 

2. He hakina; apana iokiia. 
Seet'or, ft. Hakina poai e moe ana ma- 

waena o na hanai elua me ko laua pio. 
Sec'u-lar, adj. No ke kino. Secular 

affairs, na hana e pili i ke kino. 
Se-eure', adj. 1. Paa. 

2. Malu ; lulu. 
Se-cure'ly, adv. Paa. 
Se-cur'i-ty, ft. 1. Maluhia; ka hoo- 

paa ana. 

2. Waiwai hoopaa; palapala hoopaa. 
Se-date', adj. Noho malie; pihoihoi 

Se-date'ly, adv. Malie. 
Sed'a-tlve, ft. Laau hooluolu eha; mea 

Sed'en-ta'ry, adj. Noho malie; noho 

i ka hale. Sedentary occupation, na 

hana e hoopaa ana i ka hale. 
Sed'i-ment, n. Oka; maku. Syn. dregs. 
Se-di'tion, n. Kipi. Syn. insurrection. 
Se-di'tious, adj. Kipi; hoalakipi. 
Se-duce', v. 1. E hoowalewale; e alakai 


2. E onou; luahele. Syn. entice. 
Se-duc'er, n. Mea hoowalewale; mea 

Se-duc'tion, n. Hoowalewale; onou; 

ka hoohaumia ana. 




Se-diic'tive, adj. Onou. 
Sed'n-lous, adj. Hooikaika. Syn. as- 
See, v. E ike; ike maka; nana. 
Seed,?!. He anoano; hua. 
Seed'ling-, n. Mea kupu mai ke anoano. 
Seeds'man, n. Kanaka kuai anoano. 
Seed'time, n. Wa kanu. 
Seed'y, adj. 1, Paapu i na anoano. 

2. Apulu. Syn. shabby. 
Seek, v. E imi; ehuli. Syn. search. 
Seek'er, n. Mea imi. Syn. searcher. 
Seem, v. Mehe mea 'la; i ka nana'ku. 
Seem'ing-iy, adv. I ka nana'ku. 
Seem/ly, adj. Kupono. Syn. decorous. 
Seer, n. He kaula. Syn. prophet. 
See'saw, w. He mahiki; makoiele. 
Seetiie, v. E baila; e kupa; elapalapa. 

A seething caldron of lava, he lua o ke 

ahi lapalapa o Pole. 
Segment, n. Ka hapa o ka poai i okiia 

i ke kaula. 
Seg're-gate, v. E hookaawale. Sy». 
Seine (seen), n. Upenanui. 
Sels'inic, ddj. Pili i ka olai. 
Seis'mo-grapli i Mikini ana i ka 
Seis-mom/e-terj *• naueue ana o na 

Seize, -y. E apo; e hopu. 
Seiz'ure, n. Ka apo ana; ka hopu ana. 
SeFdom, adj. Kakaikahi; pinepineole. 
Se-lect/, v. E wae; e koho. Syn. choose. 
Se-lee'tion, n. 1. Ka wae ana. Syn. 


2. He olelo i waeia; mea i waeia. 
Self, adj. Iho. For himself, nona iho. 
■> For myself, no'u iho. 
Self -aet'ing, adj. E hooko ana mamii- 

li o ka mana iloko iho. 
Self -as-sert'ing, adj. Mahaoi. 
Self-as-snr'anee, n. Hoaano. 
Self-con-ceit', n. Manao akena. 
Self -eon-aemned', adj. Hoahewa 

Self-edn'fi-dence, n. Ka paulele 

Self -eon'scious, adj. Manao nui 

Self -eon- trol', n. Ka uumi ana 

Self -€ūlt'īlre, n. Ka ao ana iaia iho, 
Self-de-ceived', adj. Puni iaia iho. 
Self -de-ni'al, adj. Syn. self-control. 
Self-de-vo'tion, n. Ka hoolilo ana o 

kehahi iaia iho no ka pono o hai. 
Self-dis-trust', n. Kanalua iaia iho. 
Self-ed'u-eat'ed, adj. Aoiaeiaiho. 
Self -es-teem', n. Mahalo iaia iho. 
Self-ev'i-dent, adj. Maopopo me ka 

wehewehe ole. 
Self -ex-lst' ent, adj. E ola ana mamuli 

o kona mana iho; nona iho kona ola. 
Self-im-port'ant, adj. Hookiekie; 

Self -im-posed', adj. Hapai ia mamuli 

o ka makemakc iho. 
Sclf-in'ter-est, n. Pomaikai pili kino. 
Self ish, adj. Pi; alunu; aua. 

Self ish-ly, adv. Me ka aua. 

Self ish-ness, n. Alunu. 

Self-love, n. Syn. selfishness. 

Self -made, adj. Kuonoono mamuli o 
kona hooikaika iho. 

Self -pds-sessed', adj. Makaukau; pi- 
hoihoi ole. 

Self-pds-ses'sion, n. Ka makaukau 
o ka naau; ano pihoihoi ole. Syn. 
presence of mind. 

Self -pres-er-va'tion, n. Ka malama 
" ana o kekahi iaia iho. 

Self -re-li'ance, n. Ka hilinai ana ma- 
luna ona iho. 

Self -re-proacV, n. Hoahewa iaia iho. 

Self -re-speetf, n. Makee inoa maikai. 

Sēlf-re-strāint', n. Syn. self-control. 

Self -right/ecus, adj. Pono i kona ma- 
nao iho. 

Self -same, adj r la hookahi no. In the 
self -same hour, ia hora hookahi no. 

Self-sat'is-fied, adj. Hanawalea. 

Self-seek'er, n. Mea imi nona iho 
wale no. 

Self -snf-fi'cien-cy, n. Syn. self as- 
surance; anohaanou; hooio. 

Self-willed', adj. Koe-a'. Syn. stub- 
born; obstinate. 

Sell, v. 1. E kuai aku. 
2. E hoopuni wale . 

Sef ler, n. Mea nana e kuai. 

Sem'blance, n. Ka like. 

Sem'i-an'nu-al, adj. Hapa makahiki. 

Sem'i-an'nu-al-ly, adv. I kela me 
keia hapa makahiki. 

Semi-breve, n. Poo; hua mele. 

Sem'i-cir'cle, n. He hapa poepoe. 

Sem'i-cir'eii-lar, adj. Hapa poepoe. 

Sem'i-eo'lon, n. Kiko-koma. 

Sēm'i-di-ām/e-ter, n. Hapa ana wa- 

Sem'i-na-ry, n. Kulakiekie; kula'nui. 

Sen'ate, n. Ahaolelo kiekie. 

Sen'a-tor, n. Lala o ka ahaolelo kie- 

Sen'a-to'ri-al, adj. Pili i ka ahaolelo 

Send, v. 1. E hoouna. Send a mes- 
senger, e hoouna i elele. 

2. E hooili. Send freight, e hooili i 

3. Send for, e kena. 
Sen'ile, adj. Palalauhala. 
Sen'ior, n. 1. Kamua. Senior in office, 

ka mua ma ka oihana. 

2. He haumana o ka papa mua ma ke 

kula nui. 
Sen-ior'i-ty, n. Ka mua ma ke kulana; 

ma ka oihana, etc. Syn. priority. 
Sen-sa'tion, n. 1. Ka hoomaopopo ana. 

Sensation of pain, ka hoomaopopo ana i 

ka eha. 

% He hana hoopihoihoi. To create a 

sensation, e hana i mea e pihoihoi ai. 
Sen-sa'tion-al, adj. Hoopihoihoi. ^4 

sensational report, he lono hoopihoi- 




Sense, n. 1. He ike. Sense of sight, ka 
ike o ka maka. 

2. Ke ano. Syn. meaning. 

3. Noonoo. Syn. understanding. 

4. Manao. Syn. opinion. 

5. Common sense, noonoo maoli. 
Sense'less, adj. Noonoo ole; ike ole. 
Sen'si-bll/i-ty, n. Ka hikiwawe ana o 

ka ike. 
Sen'si-ble, adj. 1. Ike. Still sensible, 

ke koe nei ka ike. 

2. A sensible man, he kanaka noonoo. 
Sen'si-bly, adv. 1. Me ka noonoo. Syn. 


2. I ke ike ana. Sensibly diminished, 

ua emi mai i ke ike ana. 
Sen/si-tlve, adj. 1. Pihoihoi koke. 

2. Ala koke mai o ka manao. 
Sen'si-tive-ness, n. 1. Ke ala koke 

mai ana o ka manao. 

2. Ano pihoihoi. 
Sen's u - al, adj. Puni lealea; puni i ko 

ke kino. Sensual delights, na lealea no 

ke kino. 
Sen'su-al-ist, n. Mea puni lealea. 
Sen'su-al/i-ty» n, Puni lealea; lilo i 

ko ke kino me kona mau kuko. 
Sen'tence, n. 1. Hopunaolelo. 

2. Olelo hoopai. 
Sen'ti-ment, n. He manao. Syn. 


2. He manao hoala kuko; hoala iini 
o ka naau. 

3. He manao haawi i ka mahalo. Syn. 

Sen'ti-ment'al, adj. Manao aloha ko- 

Sen'ti-men-tal/i-ty, 71. Manao kuko. 

IlS'trTV" Hekoaki*. 
Sep'a-rate, v. E hookaawale. 
Sep'a-rate, adj. Kaawale; okoa. 
Sep'-a-rate'ly, adv. Pakahi. 
Sep'a-ra'tion, n. Ka hookaawale ana; 

ke kaaokoa ana. 
Sep'a-ra'tor, n. Mea hookaawale. 
Sep-tem/ber, n, Sepetemaba. 
Sep/ul-€fare (ker), n. Hale kupapau; 

Sep'ul-ture, n. Ka hoolewa ana. Syn. 

Se'quel, n. Hopena. The sequel will 

shew, na ka hopena e hoike mai. 
Sequence, %. 1. Mea hahai; mea pili. 

2. Ka bToonohonoho ana. 
Se-ragl'io (se-ral'yo), n. Hale o na 

wahine o ka Moi o Tureke. 
Ser'aph, n. Anela kiekie. 
Ser-e-nade', n. He mele ho'alohaloha. 
Se-rene', adj. 1. Lai; malie. Syn. 


2. Alaneo. Syn. cloudless. 

3. Maluhia. Syn. peaceful. 
Se-rene'ly, adv. Maluhia; malie. 
Se-ren'i-ty, n. 1. Anolai; lailai. 

2. Serenity of mind, ka maluhia o ka 
Serf, n. He lopa'. 

Serjeant (sar'jent), n. 1. He kakiana; 

luna koa. 

2. Loio kiekie o Beritania. 
Se'ri-al, n. He kumu manao, a kaao 

paha, i hoopuka liilii ia i kela me keia 

Se'ries, n. Papa. Series of lessons, he 

papa haawina. 
Se'ri-oiis, adj. 1. Anokoikoi; ano nui. 

2. Kuoo. A serious man, kanaka kuoo. 
Se'ri-ous-ly, adv. Me ke kuoo; me ka 

lealea ole; ma ke ano koikoi o ka ma- 
Ser'mon, n. He haiao. 
Ser'mon-iz'er, n. Kanaka haiao. 
Ser'pent, n. He nahesa; he moo. 
Ser'pent-ine, adj. Kuawili; pakaawili. 

Syn. sinuous. 
Ser'rat-ed, adj. Nihoniho. 
Serv'ant, n. He kauwa; mea lawelawe. 
Serve, v. 1. E lawelawe; e noho kauwa. 

2. Kupono. Syn. answer. Serve a 
purpose, kupono no kekahi liana. 

3. Kokua. Serve a good turn, e kokua 

Serv'ice, n. 1. ka lawelawe ana. 

2. Oihana. Government service, oihana 

3. He halawai. Religious service, hala- 
wai haipule. 

4. Na lako no ka papa aina. A silver 
service, na lako kala'. 

Serv'lce-a-Me, adj. Kupono; kokua. 
Serv'ile, adj. Kuapaa; kuapelu; hoo- 

Ser-vil'i-ty, n. Ke ano hoopilimeaai. 
Serv'i-tude, n. Ka noho ana' kauwa 

kuapaa. Syn. slavery. 
Ses'sion,^. Ka noho ana. School session, 

ka noho ana o ke kula. Session of Leg- 
islature, ka noho ana o ka Ahaolelo. 
Sess'pool, n. He nenelu. 
Set, v. 1. E hoonoho. Set brick, e hoo- 

noho pohakuula. 

2. E napoo'. The sun sets, ke napoo' nei 

ka la. 
Set, adj. 1. Paa. Syn. established. 

Set principles, na loina paa. 

2. Paakiki. Syn. determined. 
Set, n. He kulana. Set on edge, hooma* 

Set-tee', n.. Noho koki'. Syn. sofa. 
Set'tle, v. 1. E hooponopono. Settle 

accounts, e hooponopono i na heiu. 

Settled in mind, akaku'. 

2. E noho; enoho paa. Settle in a 
place e noho paa ma kauwahi. Settle 
down to business, e noho paa i ka hana. 

3. E hooaiai i ka maku a i ka lepo paha. 

4. E emi iho ke kahua. The house is 
settling, ke emi iho nei ke kahua o ka 

Set'tle-ment, n. 1. Ka hooponopono 

2. Ka hoonoho ana i ka aina hou. 

3. He panalaau; he kauhale. 
Set'tler, n. Mea noho paa ma ka aina 





Settlings, n. He maku; lie oka. Syn. 

dregs; sediment. 
Set/to, n. He mokomoko; akoakoa. 
Sev'era, adj. E hiku. 
Sev'en-fold, adj. Pa-hiku. 
Sev'enth, adj. Kahiku; he hapahiku. 
Sev'en-teen/ adj. Umikumamahiku. 
Sev'en-ty, adj. Kanahiku. 
Sev'er, v. E oki a kaawale; e moku 

loa; poomuku. 
Sev'er-al, adj. He mau; kekahi mau. 
Sev'er-al-ly, adv. Pakahi; okoa. 
Se-vere', adj. Oolea'. A severe man, he 

kanaka oolea. 

2. Ikaika; nui. A severe cold, he kunm 

3. Ino; anuanu loa. Severe weather , 
wa ino, wa anuanu loa. 

Se-vere'ly, adv. Me ka oolea; me ka 


2. Loa. Feel the cold severely, anuanu 

loa; opili loa i ke anu. 
Se-ver'i-ty, n. 1. Ke ano oolea; ano 


2. Severity of cold or heat, Ikaika o ke 

anu ; a wela paha. 
Sew (so), n. E humuhumu; e omau. 
Sew'er (so-er), n Mea humuhumu. 
Sew'er (su-er), n. He auwai hookahe 

aku i ka ino o ke kulanakauhale. 

Iew'a|e a ^ e | n ' Ka ino i hookaheia'ku. 
Sew'ing (so'ing), n. Kela meakeiamea 

Sex, n. Ano kane a wahine paha. Male 

sex, kane. Female sex, wahine. 
Sex-en'ni-al, adj. Kela me keia ono 

Sex'tant, n. 1. He hapa-ono o ka poai. 

2. Mea ana i na huina. 
Sex'ton, n. Luna malama luakini. 

2. Mea hookani hele o ka luakini. 
Sex-tu'ple, adj. Pa-ono. 
Sex'u-al, adj Ano kane a wahine. 
Shab'bi-ly, adv. Kohu ole. Shabbily 

dressed, kohu ole ka aahu. 

2. Apiki. Treat shabbily e liana apiki. 
Shab'by» adj. Kohu ole; weluwelu. 

2. Apiki. A shabby fellow, he kanaka 

Shaek'les, n. pi. Kupee no ka hoopaa- 

Shade, n. 1. He malumalu. 

2. Uhimaka; mea pale malamalama. 
Shade, v. E hoo-uhi. 
Shad'ow, n. A'ka. 
Shad'y, adv. Malumalu. 
Shaft, n. 1. He pua. 

2. Au no ke kaa lio. 

3. Iho hookakaa huila. 

4. Puka e komo ai i ka lua eli waiwai. 
Shag'gy, adj. Huluhulu. 

Shah, n. Inoa moi no Peresia. 
Sb-ake, v. E hooluliluli; e hoonaueue; 

e naue. 
Shak-y, adj. Naueue; naka. 
Shal'low, adj. 1. Papa'u. Syn. shoal. 

2. Hapapa. Shallow soil, lepo hapa'pa. 

Sham, n. Mea hookamani ; mea i-o ole. 

Sham-bles, n. Wahi loli hipi; hale 
kuai hipi. 

Shame, n. Hilahila; mea hilahila. 

Shame-fac'ed, adj. Maka hilahila; 

Shame'ful, adj. Hilahila. 

Shame'ful-ly, adv. Hilahila ole. 

Shame'less, adj. Hilahila ole. 

Shame'less-lyj adv. Me ka hilahila ole. 

Sham-poo', v. E lomilomi. 

Shan'ty, n. Hale pupupu. 

Shape, n. Ke ano o ke kino; hiona. 

Shape, v. E hooponopono i ke kii o ke- 
kahi mea. 

2. To shape a course, e hoopololei i ka 
hele ana. 

3. Shape a course of reading, e hoopo- 
nopono i na mea e heluhelu. 

Shape'less, adj. Hiona ole; ano ole o 

ke kii. 
Shape'ly, adj. Aulii; maikai. Syn. 

Share, n. He mahele; haawina. 
Share'hold-er, n. Ka mea nona na 

Shar'er, n. He hoa i komo pu ma ka 

mahele ana. 
Shark, n. Ma-no'. 
Sharp, adj. 1. Oi. Sharp pointed, 

wan a. 

2. Awaawa. Syn. acid ; pungent. 

3. Huhu. Speak sharp words, e olelo 

4. Akamai. Syn. keen; maalea. 
Shiirp'en, v. E hookala; e liana a oi. 
Sharp'er, n. "Kanaka maalea. 
Shar p'l y, adv. 1. Me ka huhu. 

2. Me ka ikaika. Rebuke sharply, e ao 
ikaika aku. 

Sharp-set', adj. Pololi loa. Syn. very- 

Shat'ter, v. E nahaha liilii ; e wawahi 


Shave, v. 1. E kahi umiumi. 

2. Koli ; e kolikoli. 
Shav-er, n. Keikikane. Syn. boy. 
Shav'ing, n. Pulupulu laau; mea i'kolx- 

Shawl, n. Kihei poohiwi. 
She, pron. Ia;oia(ano wahine). 
Sheaf, n. Pu-a' palaoa. 
Shear, v. E ako. 
Shear'er, n. Mea ako. 
Shears, n. 1. Upa' nui. 

2. He mau koo ekolu, mea hapai i na 

kino kaumaha. 
Sheath, n. He wahi'. 
Sheathe, v. E hookomo i ka wahi. 7 
Sheath-ing, n. Mea hoo-uhi i ko laloo 

ka moku. 
Shed, n. 1. Hale malumalu; hale ka- 


2. He lanai. 
Shed, v. 1. E hookahe. Shed rain, q hoo- 
kahe aku i ka u'-a 

2. E pale. 
Sheen, n. Wakawaka; hulali. 




Slieep, n. Hipa. 

Sheep'fold, n. Pa hipa. Syn. sheep-pen. 
Slieep'isli, adj. Maka hilahila. 
Sheep'shear'er, n. Mea ako hipa. 
Sheep'skin, n. Hi hipa. 

2. Palapala hookuu o ke kula nui. 
Sheet,». I. Hekihei moe; kapamoe. 

2. Apanapepajkalana. 

3. Kaula pea moku. 
Sheet'ing, «.. Lole kihei moe. 
Sheet-light'ning, n., Uwila e anapa 

ana mai o ao. 
Sheik (shake), n. He poo mamo o 

Shelf, n. Holowaa; papa waiho mea 

Shell, n. 1. He pupu. Land shell, pupu. 


2. He poka' palm'; Syn. bomb. 
Shell, v. 1. E ohiki; e poalo. 

2. E ki-pu i na poka' pahu/. 
Shell'fish, n. Mea ola o ke kai me fca 

iwimawaho; e laaka opihi, papai, ula. 
Shel'ter, n. Wahi malu; wahi lulu. 
Shel'ter, v. E hoomalu. 
Shel'ter-less, adj. Malu ole. 
Shelve, v. 1. E waiho ma ka holowaa. 

2. E moe hi-o'; waiho kapakahi. 
Shep'herd, n. He kahuhipa. 
Shep'herd-ess, n. He kahuhipa wa- 

Sher'iff» n. Makai nui. 
Shield, n. He pale; pale kaua. 
Shield, v. E hoomalu; e pale. 
Shift, v. 1. E hoololi. Syn. change. 

2. Shift the responsibility, e hooili ka 

pono maluna o hai. 
Shift, n. He palule wahine; mumuku. 

2. Mahele wa hana. 
Shift'less, adj. Loli wale; hawawa. 
Shil'ling, n. Siliria. 
SMl'ly-shal'ly, adv. Ano kanalua 

man ; lauwili wale. 
Sliim/mer, -v. E hulali; anapanapa. 
Shin, n. Lapa waAvae. 
Shine, v. E malamalama. 
Shin'gle, n. 1. Pill laau. 

2. Iliili o kahakai. 
Ship, n. Moku; moku kiakolu. 
Ship, v. īt E hooili ukana maluna o ka 


2. Ship a sea, e popoi ke kai maluna o 
ka oneki moku. 

3. E kepa; hoolimalima kumakahiki. 
Ship'board, adv. Maluna o ka moku. 
Ship-'mas'ter, n. Kapena moku. Syn. 

Shtp'ment, n. 1. Hooili ukana. 

2. Ukana ihooiliia. 
Ship'ping, n. 1. Kela me keia ano 


2. Shipping news, nuhou no na moku. 
Ship'shape, adj. Kohu pono. Syn. in 

good order. 
Ship' wreck (reck), n. 1. Moku i 

make i ka moana. 

2. Shipwreck of character, poino ka 

inoa maikai. 

Shipwright (rit), n. Kanaka kapili 

Shirk, v. E hoopalaleha; e imi i kunm 
e haalele hana. 

Shirt, n. Palule. 

Shiv'er, v. 1. E wawahi liilii. Syn. 
2._ E kuu-lulu; huhulu-ii'. E opili. 

Shoal, n. 1. Wahi papa'u o ke kai. 
2. Shoal offish, uulu l'a. 

Shock, v. E hooilihia. 

Shock, n. He naueue. Shock of earth- 
quake, naueue o ke olai. 

Shock'ing, adj. Ilihia; eehia ; weli well. 

Shoe, n. Kamaa. 

Shoe, v. E kapili wawae hao. 

Shoe'black, n. Mea balaki kamaa. 

Shoe'black'ing, n. Inika kamaa. 

Shoe'mak'er, n. Humuhumu kamaa. 

Shoestring, n. m Kaula kamaa. 

Shoot, v. 1. E ki. Shoot from a gun, ki pu. 

2. E pana. Syn. shoot from a bow. 

3. E kupu. Shoot out of the ground, e 
kupu ae la. 

Shoot, n. He oh a'; pohuli. Syn. sucker. 
Shoot'ing-star 7 , n. Hoku lele. 
Shop, n. 1. Hale oihana. Carpenter 

shop, hale kamena. 

2. Hale kuai. 
Shop'-keep'er, n. Kanaka malamahale 

Shop'lift'er, n. Mea aihue i ko ka hale- 

Shtfp'ping, n. He makaikai kuai. 
Shore, n. 1. Kahakai ; kapakai. Syn. 


2._ He koo. Syn. prop. 
Shore, v. E koo. Syn. prop. 
Short, adj. Pokole. Too short, ekekei'. 
Short'en, v. 1. E hoopokole; e hooha- 


2. Shorten sail, e hookuu i ka pea. 
Shorthand, n. Kakau lima hoopoko- 
le. Syn. stenography. 
Short'hand'ed, adj. Lawa ole na lima 

Short-lived', adj. Ola pokole. 
Short'ly, adv. Koke; kokoke. 
Short-sight'ed, adj. 1. Ike powehi- 


2. Noonoo ole. 
Shot, n. Poka' pukuniahi. 

2. Lu. 

3. Ke ki ana i ka pu; ka pana ana i 
ka pua. 

Shote, n. Puaa liilii. Syn. pig. 

Shot'-tdw'er, n. Hale pakui kahi e ha- 
na ai i na lu. 

Should'er, n. Poohiwi. 

Showld'er, v. 1. E auamo ; e haawe ; e 
2. E hoo-ke\_ 

Should'er-blade, n. Iwi hoehoe. 

Shout, v, E hooho; e kahea leo nui. 

Shove, v. E pa'hu; e koomahope. 

Shov'el, n. Kopala. 

Show, n. He hoikeike. To show off, e 




Show'-bill, n. Palapala hoolaha i pai 

Showcase, n. Pahu aniani; meahoi- 
keike i na waiwai liilii ma ka liale 
Show'er, n. Kuan'-a ; naulu. 
Show'er, v. E u'-a; e ninini wai. 
Show'er-y, adj. U'-a. A showery day, 

he la u'-a. 
Show'i-ly, adv. Hookahakaha; hoo- 

Show'inan, n. Kanaka hoikeike mea 

Show'y, adj. Hookelakela; hiehie. 
Shred, n. Apana lole weluwelu. Torn 

into shreds, haehaeia a weluwelu. 
Shrew (, n. Waliine pakakeu. 
Shrewd, adj. Akamai; ike; maalea. 

Syn. sagacious. 
Shrewd'ly, adv. Me ke akamai; me ka 

Shriek, n. He wa'; uwe nui. Syn. 

Shrill, adj. Oioi; winiwini. 
Shrimp, n. Opae. 
Shrink, v. 1. Eeke;kupau. 

2. Shrin k as in was hing, pauneinei. 
Shriv'el, v. E mimino. 
Shroud, n. Lole kupapau. 
Shrouds, n. Na kaula puueo. 
Shrub, n. Laau hihi ; laalaau. 
Shrub'ber-y, n. Na laa laau. 
Shud'der, v. E haalulu. Syn. tremble. 
Shun, v. E haliu aku; e alo'. 
Shut, v. E pani. 
Shut/ter, n. Pani puka. 
Shy, adj. Hopohopo; wiwo wale; palai- 

maka. Syn. timid. 
Shy'ly, adv. Me ka hopohopo. Syn. 

Siek, adj. 1. Mai. Sick at the stomach, 

2. Molowa. Sick of such talk, molowa 
no ia ano olelo. 
Siek'en, v. E i mai. 
Siek'ish, adj. Liliha; poluea. 
Siek'le, n. He pahi kakiwi. 
Slck'ly, adj. Onawaliwali; omaimai. 
Sick'ness, n. Hemai;he nawaliwali. 
Side, n. Aoao. Side of head, hua-poo. 
Side, v. E ku ma ka aoao ; e kokua. 
Side'board, n. He papa waiho pa. 
Side'glance, n. Awiha. 
Si-de're-al, adj. Syn. starry. The si- 

derial heavens, nalani o na hoku'. 
Side'sad'dle, n, Noho wahine no ka 

Side'wise, adv. Ma ka aoao. 
Si'dle, v. E nenee pili aoao. 
Siege; 7i» E hoopuni i ke kulanakaii- 

hale ma ke kaua. 
Si-es'ta, n. He wahi hiamoe iki. 
Sieve (siv) n. He kanana. 
Sift, n. E kanana. 
Sigh (si), n. Leo uhu'. 
Sight, n. 1. Ka ike o ka maka. To sight 
or aim, e lena. 
2. He nanaina; hiohiona. 

Sight'less, adj. Makapo; makapaa. 

Syn. blind. 
Sight'ly, adj. Nani i ka nanaina. 
Sign (sin), n. He hoailona; ouli. 
Sign, v. 1. E kakau inoa. 

2. E kuhikubi lima aku; e peahi. 
Sig'nal, n. He hoailona; hae hoailona. 

Pilot signal, hae pailota. 
Sig'nal, v. Epeahi hoailona; e hoailona. 
Sig'nal, adj. Kupanaha. Syn. remark- 
Sig'na-ture, n. 1. Ka inoa i kakauia. 

2. Ka leo ki o ka leo mele. 
Sign'board, n. Papa inoa mawaho o 

ka hale kuai. 
Sign'er, n. Mea kakau inoa. 
Sig'net, n. Hoailona pai. Syn. seal. 
Sig-nif'i-csan-cy) Ke ano nui. Syn. 
Sig-nif'i-eanee > * meaning; import. 
Sig-nif i-cant, adj. Ano nui. Syn. 

Sig'ni-fi-€ā/tion, n. Ke ano. Syn. 

Sig'ni-fy, v. E hoike. Signify a desire. 
e hoike i ka makemake. Syn. show; 
make known. 
Sign-man'u-al, n. Ke kakau ana o ka 

Sign'post, n. Kia kuhikuhi. 
Silence, n. Neo; leo ole. 
Si'lence, v. E hamau; e hoo-neo; e 

Si'lent, adj. Neo. Be silent, e hamau. 
Si'lent-ly, adv. Palanehe; palanehe 

Silk, n. He silika. 

Silk'en ) ,. 1. Palupalu me he sili- 
Silk'y i aa l' ka la. 

2. Silika. 
Silk'worm, n. Enuhe silika. 
Sill, n. Paepae puka; laau kahua o ka 

Sil'ly, adj. Lapuwale; naaupo. Syn. 

Sil'ver, n. Kala'. 
Sil'ver- smith, n. Kanaka hana mea 

Sil'ver-y, adj. Mehe kala' la. 

2. Silvery tones, na leo nahenahe. 
Sim'i-lar, adj. Ano like. 
Sim'i-lar'i-ty, n. Ke ano like. Syn. 

Sim'i-lar-ly, adv. Like; ano like. 
Sini'i-le, n. Olelo hoohalikelike. 
Si-mil'i-tude, v. Ka like; ke ano like. 

Syn. likeness; resemblance. 
Sim'mer, v. E lapalapa iki ma ka baila 

Si-mobn', n. Makani wela o Arabia, 
Sim/per, v. E akaaka ano ole; akaaka 

Sim'ple, adj. 1. Maopopo; akaka. 

2. Akahai. To live in a simple manner, 
e noho akahai. 

3. Naaupo. Syn. ignorant. 
Siin'ple-ton, n. Mea ike ole; mea na- 




Sim-plac/i-ty, n. 1. Akahai o ka naau. 

2. Ke ano moakaka. 

3. Naaupo. Syn. ignorance. 
Sim'pli-fy, v. E hoomoakaka. 
Sim'ply, adv. Wale no. Syn. merely; 

only. The truth simply, ka oiaio wale 

Sini'n-late, v. E kookamani; e epa. 

Syn. feign. 
Sim'n-la'tion, n. Ka hookamani ana. 
Si'innl--tā'ne-ous, adj. 1. Like. A si- 
multaneous shout, he hoo'ho like. 

2. Wa hookahi. 
Si'mul-ta/ne~ous-ly, adj. I kawa hoo- 
Sin, n. Hewa; hala. 
Since, conj. Oiai. 
Since, adv. Mahope mai. 
Sin-cere', adj. Oiaio; hookamani ole. 
Sin-eere'ly, adv. Me ka oiaio. Syn. 

Sin-cer'i-ty, n. Oiaio. Syn. truth. 
Sine^ n. He kaha i kaha kupono ia mai 

kehahi poo o ka pio, a i ka hanai e pili 

ana i kekahi poo; he koo. 
Si'ne-cure, n. He oihana i ukuia, aohe 

nae he hana. 
Sin'ew, n. Olona'. 
Sin'ew-y, adj. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. 

Sin'ful, adj. Hewa. 
Sin'fnl-ness, v. Kahewa. 
Singr, v. E mele; memele; e pa-ko-li. 

Birds sing, memele na manu. Sing by 

note, e pa-ko-li. 
Singe, v. E kuni ko waho i ke ahi. 
Sing'er, n. Mea mele; mea memele. 
Singling, n. Ka pa-ko-li; ke mele ana. 
Sing'ing-foook, n. Buke pa-ko-li. 
Slng'ing-mas^ter, n. Kumu ao pa-ko-li. 
Sing'mgr-sehool, n. Kula pa-ko-li. 
Single, adj. 1. Hookahi. 

2. Mare ole. 

3. Lokahi. Syn. united. 
Sin'gle, v. E wae. Syn. select. 
Sm'gle-hand'ed, adj. Oia hookahi 

wale no. Syn. alone. 
Sin'g'le-heart'ed, adj. Oiaio; hooka- 
mani ole. Syn. ingenuous. 
Singly, adv. Pakahi. Syn. one by one. 
Slng'-songv adj. Leo kauo. 
Sin'gn-lar, adj. 1. Hookahi, aohe elua. 

% Anoe; kupanaha. 
Sin'gu-lar'i-ty, n. Ke ano e, aohe o ke 

ano mau. 
Sin'is-ter, adj. 1. Hema. Sinister hand, 

lima hema. 

2. Ewaewa. Sinister design, manao 

hooko ewaewa. 
Sink, v. 1. E piho; e poholoilalo. 

2. To sink a pit, e eli i lua. 

3. Decline in strength, emi ka ikaika o 
ke kino. 

4. E hoo-emi; eeini. Prices sink, emi 

Sink, n. 1. He kio lepo; he nenelu po- 
2. Wahi holoi pa. 

Sin k'ing- fund, n. Waihona dala hoo- 
emi aie. 

Sinless, adj. Hewa ole; hala ole. 

Sin'ner, n. He lawehala; mea hewa. 

Sin-of fer-ing, n. Mohai hewa. 

Sin'u-ous, adj. Kuawili. Syn. ser- 

Sip, v. Einuiki; e mukiki. 

Si'phon, n. He ohe pelu; meahookahe 

Sir, n. Inoa mahalo no ke keonimana. 

Sire, n. 1. He makuakane. 
2. Inoa mahalo no ka moi. 

Si-roe'co, n. Makani wela ma Italia 
me na wahi kokoke. 

Sir'up, n. Molakeke. 

Sis'ter, n. 1. Sister of a brother, kai- 

2. Older sister, kaikuaana. 

3. Younger sister, kaikaiiia. 
Sis'ter-ly, adj. Ano hoahanau wahine. 
Sit, v. t E noho. 

2. Sit a hen, e hoomoe i ka moa. 
Site, n. Kahua. A house site, he kahua 

Sifting, n. Ka noho ana. Sitting of 

Legislature, ka noho ana o ka Ahaolelo. 
Sit'u-a'ted, adj. 1. E waiho aaa;e 

moe ana. 

2. Pleasantly situated, maikai ka'no- 

Sit'n-a'tion, n. 1. Kauwahi; wahi. In a 

good situation, ma kauwahi maikai. 

2. He oihana. Syn. occupation. 
Six, adj. E ono. 
Six-fold', adj. Pa-ono. 
Six'teen, adj. Umikumamaono. 
Sixth., adj. He hapa-ono; ka ono. 
Six'ty, acij. Kana-ono. 
Size, n. Ka nui. Syn. hulk. 
Skate, n. He holua no ka wawae. 
Skein, n. Owili lopi. 
SkeFe-ton, n. Na iwi a pau o ke k'no; 

he kino iwi. 
Skep'tic, n. He ai-a'; he hoomaloka. 

Syn. unbeliever. 
Skep'ti-cism, n. Ka hoomaloka. Syn. 

Sketch, n. 1. Kii i kaha iki ia. 

2. He kaao; he wahi olelo iki. 
Sketch., v. E kahakaha; e kakau iki. 
Skew'er, n. He o, mea hoopaa i'-o no 

ka pulehu ana. 
Skift*, n. He waapa liilii. 
Skill, n. Akamai; noeau; ano makau- 


Skill'fui, ( ac ^** Akamai; makaukau. 

SkiPlet, n. Ipu-hao uuku. 

SkilPful-ly, adv. Me ke akamai. 

Skim, v. E kioi. 

SMm'mer, n. Puna kioi. 

Skin, n. Hi ; alualu. 

Skin, v. E loli i ka ili. 

Skin'flint, n. Kanaka laioo; maihi ili; 

kanaka pi. Syn. miser. 
Skin'ny, adj. Olala. 




SMp, v. 1. E lelelele. 

2. E kikokikoi. 

3. E haalele. 

Skip'per, n. Kapena o ka moku liilii. 
Skir'mish, n. He hoouka iki ma ke ka- 

Skirt, n. 1. He pa-u'. 

2, Lepa o ka aahu. 
Skirt, v' 1. E waiho paapu. Bocks 

skirt the shore, waiho paapu na pohaku 

ma kahakai. 

2. Ku puuluulu. Trees skirt the river 

bank, ku puuluulu na kumulaau ma 

kapa muliwai. 
Skit'tish, adj. Puiwa, 
Skulk, v. E kolo-pee. Syn. lurk. 
Skull, n. Ka pu-niu; iwi poo. 
Sky, n. Ke ao-uli; na lam. 
Sky'light, n. Puka hoomalamalama 

mai luna mai. 
Sky'rdck'et, n. Ahikaolele. Syn. 

Slab, n. Pauku palahalaha lahilahi. 
Slack, adj. 1. Alualu. Syn. loose. 

2. Kaulua; palaka; palaleha. Syn. 

Slack' en, v. 1. E hooluolu; hooalua- 

lu; e ko-o'. Syn. loosen. 

2. E hookaulua; palaka. 
Slake, v. 1. E kena. Syn. quench. 

2. E hooma-u'. Slake lime, e hooma-u' 

ka puna i ka wai. 
Slam, v. 1. E papani ino. 

2. E kiola ino ilalo. 
Sland'er, v. E alapahi; e akiaki. Syn. 

calumniate; defame. 
Slan'der-er,7i. He paokee; kanaka aki. 
Slan'der-otis, adj. Alapahi; paokee. 
Slang, n. Olelo kupono ole; olelo haa- 

Slant, v. E hi-o', e moe kapakahi. 
Slant'ing, adj. Hi-o; moe kapakahi. 
Slap, v. E pai me ka lima. 
Slap'dash, adv. Ano kapulu; pupua-- 

Slash, v. E okioki wale; okioki ino. 
Slat, n. Aaho. 

Slate, n. Papapohaku; pili pohaku. 
Slat'tern, n. Wahine kapulu 
Slaugh'ter, v. 1. E pepehi wale. 

2.' E luku wale. 
Slaugh'ter-house, n. Hale pepehi 

Slave, n. Kauwa hooluhi. 
Slave, v. E luhi wale ; e luhi makehewa. 
Slav'er, n. Moku powa kanaka. 
Slav'er-y, n. Ka hooluhi wale ana. 
Slave'trade, n. Oihana powa kanaka^ 
Slav'ish, adj. Luhi wale; haahaa. 

Slay, v. E hoo-make; e pepehi. Syn. 

Slay-er, n. Mea hoo-make. 
Sled, n. Hee holua. 
Sledge, n. Hamale nui. 
SSeek, adj. Nemonemo. 
Sleep, v. E moe; e hiamoe. 

Sleep'er, n. 1. Mea hiamoe. 

2. Laau kua no ka hale. 
Sleep'i-ly, adv. Makahiamoe. 
Sleep'less, adj. TJluku'; hiaa. 
Sleep'y, adj. Makahiamoe. 
Sleet, n. He u-a i huiia me ka hau. 
Sleeve, n. Lima lole. 
Sleigh, (sla), n. Kaa holua holo ma- 

luna o ka hau. 
Slen'der, adj. 1. Wiwi. Syn. thin. 

2. Makalii; puahilo. Syn. fine. 

3. A slender hold on life, paa mahune- 
hune i ke ola. 

Slice, n. He apana lahilahi i okiia. 

Slice, v, E okioki apana. 

Slide, v. 1. E hee holua; e holo pahee. 
2. E kaa. A land slide, ke kaa ana o 
ka lepo. 

Slight, adj. 1. "Wiwi. Syn. slender. 
2. Mea ole; mea iki. Of slight impor- 
tance, mea iki wale no ; mea ole. 

Slight, v. 1. E kapulu. To slight work, 
e kapulu ma ka hana. 
2. E manao ole aku. 

Slight'ly, adv. Iki, 

Slim, adj. 1. "Wiwi. Syn. slender. 

2. A slim dinner, aina lawa ole. 

3. A slim congregation, he anaina ka- 

Slime, n. Nenelu. 
Slim'y, adj. Walewale. 
Sling, v. 1. E maa. 

2. Sling a hammock, e hohola i ka ma- 

Slink, v. E kokolo aku. Syn. sneak. 
Slip, v. 1. E pakika; e poholo. 

2. Slip away, e kolo malie aku. 

3. Slip off, e hoopahemo. 
Slip, n. 1. Lala laau mea kanu. 

2. He noho ma ka luakini. 

3. Apana pepa loloa. 

4. Helalau; ne kuhihewa. A slip of 
the pen, he lalau o ka peni. 

Slip'per, n. Kamaa haahaa. 
Slip'per-y, adj. Pahee; hanupanupa; 

lala wai. 
Slip'shod, adj. 1. Komoia ke kamaa 


2. Ano kapulu. 
Slit, v. E oki ma ka loa; e nahae. 
Sliv'er, n. He moka; he apana ololi, 

Sloop, n. Kia-kahi. 
Slop, n. 1. AVai hanini wale. 

2. Slops, wai ekaeka. 

3. Slop over, e hanini. 
Slope, ii. He lapa. 
Slope, v. 1. E hi-o'. 

2. E mahuka. 
Slop'ing, adj. E moe hi-o' ana. Syn. 

Slop'py, adj. Kelekele. Syn. muddy. 
Sloth, n. He molowa; hana ole. Syn. 

Sloth'ful, adj. Molowa; hiamoe wale; 

lomaloma. Syn. idle; lazy; sluggish. 
Sloth/ful-ness, n. Hiamoe wale. 
Slough (slou), n. Wahi po'hopoho'. 




Slov'en, n. Mea paumaele; meaekaeka. 
Slov'en-ly, adj. Ekaeka; paumaele; 

Slow, adj. 1. Lohi; lolohi. 

2. Apa; nahili. Syn. dilatory. 

3. Lohi o ka noonoo. Syn. dull. 
Slow, v. E hoo-loloM ; e hooholo aka- 

Slow'ness, n. Ka hoohakalia; hoololo- 

Slue, v. E hull. Slue around the log, 

e hull i ka laau ma kona welau. 
Slug'gard, n. Mea hiamoe wale. 
Slug/gish, adj. 1. Hiamoe wale; loi- 


2. Kokolo. A sluggish stream, he ka- 

hawai kokolo. 
Sluice, n. Wai e kahe ana ma ka puka 

Slum'ber, n. Hiamoe. Syn. sleep. 
Slum'ber-er, n. Mea hiamoe. Syn. 

Slump, v. E poholo pu ilalo. Syn. 

sink through. 
Slur, n. 1. He kaha apo no na hua 


2. He olelo hoino. A slur upon the 

character, he olelo hoino no ka inoa 

Slur, v. E hoo-hapala; e hookapulu. 
Slut, n. 1. He wahine pelapela. 

2. Ilio wahjne. 
Sly, adj. Maalea. Syn. cunning. 
Sly/ly, adv. Me ka maalea. Syn. cun- 
Smack, V. E muki'. 
Smack, n. Moku liilii lawai'a. 
Small, adj. 1. Uuku;iki. 

2. "Hi; aa. Syn. dwarfish. 

3. Haahaa. Syn» mean. 
Small'arms, n. Na pu kaupoohiwi; 

na pu panapana. 
Small'pox, n. Mai puupuu liilii. 
Smart, adj. Akamai; eleu; miki. 
Smart, v. E maneo; eha. 
Smart'ly, adv. Eleu; mikiala. 
Smart'ness, n. Ke akamai. Syn. skill. 
Smash, v. E wawahi; e kipo. 
Smat'ter, v. E namunamu. 
Smat'ter-er, n. Mea hemahema ma ka 

Sniat'ter-ing, n. He ike uuku; ike 

Smear', v. E hoohapala. Syn. daub. 
Smell, n. 1. E honi. Smell the fra- 
grance, e honi i ke ala. 

2. E pilau; e hauna. 
Smell» n. 1. The sense of smell, ka ike 

o ka ihu ; ka honi ana. 

2. A sweet smell, he ala; aala. 

8. A bad smell, he pilo; pilau; hauna. 
Smelt, v. E hooheehee metala. 
Smile, v. E aka ik.i. 
Smil'ingf» adj. 1. Oluolu. A smiling 

morning, he kakahiaka oluolu. 

2. Hoihoi. A smiling countenance, he 

helehelena hoihoi. 
SmiFing-ly, adv. Me ka hoihoi. 

Smirch, v. E hapala; e paele. 
Smirk, v. See simper. 
Smite, v. E kui; c pai; e hoopai. 
Smith, n. Kanaka nana i na mea me- 
Smith'y, n. Hale hana hao, etc. 
Smoke, n. He u-ahi. 
Smoke, v. 1. E punohu u-ahi. 

2. E puhi. Smoke tobacco, puhi baka. 

3. E hoo-pi'-pi'. 
Smok'er, n. Mea puhi baka. 
Smok'y, adj. 1. Paapu i ka u-ahi. 

2. _ Pi'pi'. 
Smol'der, «, Ea pi'P|'. 
Smol'der-ing, adj. Pi'pi'. 
Smooth, adj. 1. Pahee; mania. Syn. 

2. JMalino; malie. Syn. calm. 
Smooth, v. 1. E hana a mania. 

2. E hoakaawale i na mea e keakea 

SmoothMy, adv. Pahee; keakea ole ia. 
Smotli'er, v. 1. E umi; e urni wale. 

Syn. strangle; stifle. 

2. E paa ka hanu. 
Smug'g-le, v. E hookomo kolohe i ka 

waiwai iloko o ka aina, me ka uku ole 

i ke dute. 
Smug'gler, n. Mea hookomo kolohe i 

ka waiwai. 
Smuggling, n. Ka hookomo kolohe i 

ka waiwai. 
Smut'ty, adj. Paele i ka lepo. 
Snail, n. Pupu kanioe. 
Snail'paced, adj. Hookaulua loa; like 

me ke k~olo ana o ka pupu. 
Snake, n. Moo; nahesa. 
Snap, v. 1. E uhaki. Snap asunder, 

e uhaki mawaena. 

2. E pai'na. The rope has snapped, pa- 
ina ke kaula. 

3. E uina. Snap the whip, e uina i ka 

4. E pana. Syn. snap the fingers. 

5. Kepa, as snap the teeth like a dog. 

6. E kanapi, as snap the gun. 

7. E keu; olelo kaki. 
Snap'pish, adj. Kaki ; keu. Syn. pet- 

Snare, n. He pahele. 

Snare, v. 1. E halua; e hoohalua. 

2. Snare birds, e kawili manu. 
Snarl, v. E na'na. 
Snarl, n. He leo na'na. 

2. He hihia. Syn. tangle. 
Snatch, v. E kaili ino; e lalau ino. 
Sneak, v. E kolo pee. 
Sneak, n. Mea koto pee. 
Sneak'-thief, n. Mea aihue i na mea 

Sneer, n. He loiloi; henehene. 
Sneer'ingr-ly, adv. Henehene; loiloi. 
Sneene, v. E ki'he. 
Sniff, v. E hanuhanu. 
Snick'er, n. He akaakakamalii. Syn. 

Snip, v. E oki; e ako. 
Sniv'el, v. E hoomakauwe; halokoloko. 




Snob, n. Kanaka akexia wela. 
Snob'bish, adj. Kelakela; haakei. 
Snooze, v. E hiamoe iki. Syn. doze. 
Snore, v. E no'no; e ho'ho. 
Snor'ing, n. ka no'no ana o ka ihu. 
Snort, v, E hoho; e hau. 
Snout, n. Nuku. 
Snow, n. Han. 
Snow, v. E haule mai ka kau. 
Snow'-ball, n. Po'po' hau. 
Snow'-shoe, n. Kamaa hele hau. 
Snow'-storm, n. He haule ino mai o 

ka hau. 
Snow'y, adj. Hau; keokeo me he hau 

Snub, v._ E nuku. 
Snub-'nose, n. Ihu kumene. 
Snuff , v. 1. E hau. Snuff the wind, e 
hau i ka makani. 

2. E koli. Snuff the candle, e koli i ke 
Snuffers, n. Upa koli kukui. 
Snug, adj. 1. Papaana. Syn. comfort- 

2. Snug jit, paikini. 
Snfig'gle, v. E moe pili. 
Snugly, adv. Papaana. 
So, adv. Pe; penei. 
So, conj. Nolaila. 
Soak, v. 1. E hoo-u'; hoo-ma-u'. 

2. E omo. Syn. imbibe. 
Soap, n. Sopa. 

Soap'-suds, n. Hua o ka wai sopa. 
Soar, v. E lele iltina lilo. 
Sob, v. E hauhau; e uw@. 
So'ber, adj. 1. Kuoo. 

2. Ona ole. 
So'ber-ly, adv. Me ke kuoo; me ke 

akaaka ole. 
So'ber-mind'ed, adj. Kuoo. 
So-bri'e-ty, n. 1. Ke ano kuoo. 

2. Ka ona ole. 
So'bri-quet (so'bre-ka>), n. Inoa ka- 

pakapa. Syn. nickname. 
So'ci-a-bll-1-ty, n. Ke ano launa pu. 

fi11:!ī bl 1 «*•• "• 

So'ci-al-ly, adv. Ma ke ano launa. 
So-cl'e-ty, n. 1. Ka noho pu ana o 

2. Ka launa ana. 

3. He hui. A literary society, he hui 
imi naauao o na buke. 

Sock, n. He kakini. 

Soek'et, n. Kumu. Socket of the eye. 

Sod, n. Papaa maim. Syn. turf. 
So'fa, n. He noho koki. 
Soft, adj. Palupalu; pepe; wall; uouo'. 
S^ft'en, v, E palupalu; e hoopepe. 
Softness, n. Ke ano palupalu. 
Soil, n. Lepo. 
Soil, v. E paele ika lepo. 
Soi-ree f , (swa-ra')» n. He anaina boo^ 

nanea ma ke ahiahi. " $ 

So'journ, v. E noho malihini. 
^o'journ-er, n. Mea noho malihini. 

SoFace, n. E hooluolu; hoo-na\ Syn* 

So'lar, adj. No ka La. Solar heat, we- 
la o ka La. 

SoFder, n. _ Kepau kapili metala. 

SoFdier (sol-jer), n. He koa. 

SoFdier-ly, adj. Ano koa. 

Sole, n. Poli wawae. 

Sole, adj. Hookahi wale no. Sole sur* 
vivor, ka mea hookahi wale no i pakele. 

SoFe-cIsm, n. He hewa ma ka olelo. 
Syn. barbarism. 

Sole'ly, adv. Wale no. Solely for your 
benefit, no kou pono wale no. 

SoFemn, adj. Eehia; hoano. 

So-lem'ni-ty, n. He hana eehia; he 
ano eehia. 

SoFem-nize, n. 1. E hooko i na ha- 
na ku i ka hoomana. 

2. Solemnize a marriage, e hooko i ka 
oihana mare. 

3, Solemnize the mind, e hookomo ika 
eehia i ka naau. 

S6Femn-ly, adv. Me ka eehia o ka 

So-lic'it, v. 1. E kono; e hookonokono. 

SynT entice. 

2. E noi_; e koi. Syn. request. 
So-lic'i-ta'tion, n. I. Ka hookonoko- 
no ana. 

2. Ke koi ana. 
So-lic/it-or, n. He loio. 
So-llc'it-ous, adj. Pihoihoi; iini nui. 
So-lic'i-tude, n. Iini nui o ka manao. 
SoFid, n. He kino paa; he paa» 
SoFid, adj. Paa. 
So-lid'i-fy, n. E lilo i kino paa. 
SoFid-ly, adv. 1. Me ka paa loa. 

2. Me ka lokahi. Syn. unanimously. 
So-liFo-quize, v. E nalu. I said to 

myself, nalu iho au. 
So-HFo-quy, n, Ka nalu ana. 
S6Fi-ta-ry, adj. 1. Mehameha. Syn. 


2. Neoneo. Syn, unfrequented. 
SoFi-tude, n. Wahi mehameha; wahi 

SoMo, n. Mele leo hookahi. 
SoFstice, n. He wahi ma ke ala hele o 

ka hoiiua i mamao loa'ku ai ka la mai 

ka poaiwaena. 
SoFu-ble, adj. Heehee i ka wai. 
So-lu'tion, n. 1. He wai a me kekahi 

mea e ae i kaawili pu ia. 

2. He wehewehe ano. 
Solve, v. E wehewehe; e imi ninau. 
Sdlv'en-cy, n. 1. Ka oi o ka loaa ma- 

mua o ka lilo. 

2. Ka makaukau e hookaa aie. 
Solv'ent, adj. Hiki ke hookaa i na aie. 
Solv'ent, n. He wai hoohee. 

fSSKM- !■ *»«<*. 

2. Ano kaumaha. 
S6me, adj. 1. Mau; kekahi. Some per- 
sons, kekahi poe. 

2. Kauwahi. Some portion, kauwahi 




S6me'bod-y, n. Kekahi mea. Syn. 

some one. 
Some'how, adv. Pehea la! It must be 

done somehow, e pono ke hanaia pehea 

Som'er-saultJ Hekuloupoo; ku- 
Som'er-set, ) wala. 

Soine'thing, n. Kekahi mea. 
Some'time, adv. I kekahi wa. 
Some'times, adv. I kekahi man ma- 

Some' what, adv. Iki. Somewhat tired, 

luhi iki. ' 
Some'where, adv. Ma kau wahi; ma 

kekahi wahi. 
Som-nam'bu-lism, n. Moe hewa; hele 

ma ka hiamoe. 
Som-nam'fou-list, n. Mea moe hewa. 
Som'no-lence, n. Ke ake o ka naau e 

Som'no-lent, adj. Maka hiamoe. Syn. 

Son, n. Keiki kane. 
Song, n. Hemele. Syn. hymn ; ballad. 
Songster, n. He manu memele. 
Song'stress, n. Wahine akamai i ke 

Son'in-law, n. Hunona kane. 
Son'net, n. He mele pokole. 
So-no'rous, adj. Kani;kanioi. 
So-no'rous-ly, adv. Me ke kanioi. 
Soon, adv. Koke; kokoke; awiwijhiki- 

Sot>t, n. Lepo uahi. 
Sobtiie, v. E hoomalielie; hoo-na. Syn. 

Sooth'say-er, n. He kilo; hoopiopio. 
Soot'y, adj. Paele i ka lepo uahi. 
Sop, n. Hakina ai. 
Soph'ist, n. Mea hoo-akamai wale ma 

ka olelo. 
So-phist'ic-al, adj. Akamai wale ma 

ka olelo. 
Soph'ist-ry, n. Ka hoo-akamai ma ka 

Soph'o-more, n. Ka papa ekolu ma ke 

Kula Nui. 
Sop'o-rif'ic, n. He mea hoo-hiamoe. 
So-pran'o, n. Ka leo wahine. Syn. 

S6r'cer~er, n. Kahuna anaana. 
S or'e er-y , n. Anaan a ; hoopiopio. 
Sor'did, adj. 1. Alunu; puniwaiwai. 

Syn. covetous. 

2. Paele; paumaele; haukae. Syn. 

Sore, adj. Eha. 

Sore \ „ /J „, Loa. Sorely troubled, pili- 
Sore'lyj aav ' kia loa. 
Sor'row, n. Kaumaha o ka naau; eha- 

eha; luuluu. Syn. grief. 
S6r'row-ful, adj. Kaumaha; luuluu. 
Sor'row-ful-ly, adv. Me ka ehaeha; 

me ke kaumaha. 
Sor'ry, adj. Minamina; mamina; mi- 

Sort, n. He ano. Syn. kind; species. 

Sort, v. E wae ma na ano; e hookaawale 

ma na ano. 
Sor'tie, n. Ka puka'na maiehoouka 

Sot, n. Mea ona mau. 
Sot'tish, adj. Ona mau 
Sot'tish-ness, n. He ona mau. 
Soul, n. Ka uhane. 
Soul/less, adj. Haahaa; hoo-kanaka 

Sound, n. 1. Hehaalulu; he leo; he 


2. Kaikuono papa'u. 
Sound, adj. 1, Paa; kina' ole. 

2. Oiaio maoli. Sound advice, olelo ao 

oiaio maoli. 
Sound, v. E kani; hoo-kani; haalulu. 
Sound'ings, n. Na wahi o ke kai i hiki 

ke ana ia ka hohonu. 
Sound'ly, adv. 1. Mekaikaika. Whip 

soundly, e hahau me ka ikaika. 

2. Loa. Sleep soundly, e hiamoe loa. 
Soundness, n. 1. Ke kina' ole; popo 

ole; paa. 

2. Ka oiaio. Syn. truth. 
Soup, n. He supa; kai. 
Sour, adj. 1. Awaawa. 

2. Nanau; keemoa. Syn. crabbed. 
Source, n. Kumu. 
Souse, n. 1. He lu iloko o ka wai. 

2. Na pepeiao me na wawae o ka puaa 

i hoomoaia iloko o ka vinika. 
South, n. Kukulu Hema. 
South-east', n. Hikina Hema. 
South'er-ly, adj. 1. Mai ka Hema mai 

A southerly wind, he makani mai ka 

Hema mai. 

2. I ka Hema aku. 
South/ward (or suth'ard), adv. 1. Ika 

Hema aku. 

2. From southward, mai ka Hema mai. 
South- west', adj. Komohana Hema. 
South-west'er, n. 1. Makani ino no 

ke Komohana Hema mai. 

2. He papale nui pale ino maluna o 

ka moku. _ 
Sou-ve-nir (soov'neer), n. Mea hoo- 

manao. Syn. keep-sake. 
Sov'er-eign (suv'er-in), n. 1. He moi. 

2. Hapaha gula o Enelani. 
Sov'er-eign, adj. Mana kiekie; mana 

S6v'er-eign-ty, n. Ka mana kiekie. 
Sow, n. Puaa kumulau. 
Sow, v. E lu'lu' hua; e lu. 
Sow'er, n. Mea lu'lu' hua. 
Space, n. 1. Wa; kowa; wahi kaawale. 

2. "Infinite space, ke ao palena ole o Ke 

Spa'cioiis, adj. Akea. Syn. roomy; 

Spade, 7i. Oo. 
Span, n. He kikoo lima. 
Spaniard, n. Kamaaina o Sepania. 
Span'iel, n. Kekahi ano ilio. 
Span'ish, adj. Paniolo; no Sepania. 
Spank, v. E pai i ke kikala. 




Spank'er, n. Pea hope o kamoku; ka 

pea mii. 
Spar, n. He o'a moku. 
Spar, v. E mokomoko. Syn. box. 
Spar'deck, n. Kaoneki nui o ka moku. 
Spare, adj 1. Wiwi; olala. Syn. thin; 


2. Koe. A spare hook, he buke i koe. 

3. Kaawale. No spare time, aole ma- 
nawa kaawale. 

4. Aua. Syn. chary. 

Spare, n. 1. E aua. Syn. forbear. 

2. E hookuu. Spare me to go, he hoo- 
kuu ia'u e hele. 

3. E kokua. Spare a book, e kokua 
mai i buke. 

4. E ahonui. Syn. be merciful. 
Spare'rib, n. Kulana aoao o ka i'o pu- 

Spar'ing, adj. Pakiko; aua. 
Spar'ing-ly, adv. 1. Pakiko. Hat spar- 
ingly, e ai pakiko. 

2. Aua. Give sparingly, e haawi me 

ka aua. 
Spark, n. He huna ahi. 
Spark'le, adv. E huali; hulili; e „lile- 

Sparse, adj. Kawalawala. 
Sparse'ly, adv. Kawalawala. A sparcely 

settled country, he aina i noho kawala- 
wala ia. 
Spasm, n. He eha e umii ana ; hui ku- 

Spas-mod'ie, adj. Kaulele; kikokikoi. 
Spat'ter, v. E k'opipi; e mahikihiki. 
Speak, v. Ekemu; e kamailio; e haio- 

Speak'er, n. 1. Mea ekemu; mea ka- 

2. Luna-hoomalu. 
Speak'ing, n. Ke kamailio ana; ka hai- 

olelo ana. 
Speak'ing-trum'pet, n. He ole. 
Speak'ing-tube, n. He ohe kamailio. 
Spear, n. Heihe. 
Spe'cial, adj. Wae ia; ku i ka wa. 
Spe'cial- ty, n. Mea i maa ai; mea i 

makaukau loa'i. 
Spe'cie, v. Dala paa. Specie payment, 

uku dala paa. 
Spe'cies, n. He ano. Syn. kind. 
Spe-clf'ie, adj. 1. Kuhikuhi pono ia; 

hoopololei ia. 

2, A specifio remedy, he laau hoola ma- 

Spe-cif'ie-al-ly, adv. Maopopolea. 
Spec/i-fi-ca'tion, n. Ke kuhikuhi 

pono ana. 
Spec'i-fy, v. E kuhikuhi pono. 
Spēc'i-m.en, n. Mea hoike i ke ano. 
Specious, adj. Pololei i ka nana'ku. 

Syn. plausible. 
Speck, n. Kiko; kikokiko ; pula. 
Speek'led, adj. Kikokiko; kinohinohi. 

Syn. spotted. 
Spee'ta-ele, n. He mea i hoikeia; na- 

Spec'ta-cles, n. Maka aniani. 

Spe«-tā'tor, n. Mea e nana ana. Syn. 

Spee'tre, I n He uhane; uhane lapu. 



Syn. ghost. 

Spec'trum, n. Na kukuna o ka mala- 
malama i hookaawale ia e ke aniani 

Spec'u-late, v. 1. E hoopukapuka. 
2. E poonoo ; noonoo. Syn. consider: 

Spee'u-la'tion, n. 1. Ka hoopuka- 
puka ana. 

2; Ka noonoo wale ana. Syn. con- 

Spee'u-la'tor, n. 1. Mea hoopukapuka. 
2. Mea noonoo wale. 

Speech, n. Olelo; haiolelo. 

Speech/less, adj. 1. Ekemu ole; aa. 
2. Speechless from fear, lohaloha. 

Speed, v. E holo mama aku. 

Speed, n. Mama ma ka holo; awiwi. 

Speed'i-ly, adv. Me kā mama; hiki- 

Speed'y, adj. Mama;hikiwawe; awiwi. 

Spell, v. 1. E hookuikui hua; e pela. 
2. E hoomaha mai. 

Spell, n. He manawa iki; he wa. 

Spell'er, n. 1. Keiki hookuikui hua 
2. Buke pe'la hua oleio. 

Spel'ling, n. Ke pela hua olelo. 

Spend, v. E hoolilo aku. Spend waste- 
fully, e hoomaunauna; euhauha wale. 

Spend' thrift, n. Mea uhauha wale. 

Spew, v. E luai. Syn. vomit. 

Sphere, n. 1. He poepoe. Flattened 
sphere, poepoe hawae. A lengthened 
sphere, poepoe pikoi. 
2. He kulana. 

Spher'ic-al, adj. Poepoe. 

Spice, n. Hua ala; mea hoomiko ai. 

Spi~cy, adj. 1. Aala; mikomiko. 
2. A spicy remark, he olelo akamai. 

Spi'der, w, Nananana. 

Spife? ' i n ' ^ moki laau no ka pahu 

Spike, n. Kui hao nunui. 

Spike, v. 1. E kakia me ke kui hao 


2. Spike a gun, e kakia i kui hao ma 

ka puka ki o ka pukuniahi. 
Spill', v. E hanini; hoo-hanini. 
Spin, v. 1. E kaa. Spin a top, e kaa i 


2. E milo. Spin rope,^ e milo kaula. 
Spi'nal, adj. Pili i ka iwi kuamoo. 
Spine, n. Iwi kuamoo. Syn. backbone; 

spinal column. 
Spin'ning- wheel, n. Pokakaa milolopi. 
Spi-ny, adj. Oioi; wanawana. Syn. 

Spin'ster, n. Wahine i mare ole. 
Spi'ral, adj. Pakaawili. 
Spire, 7i, Hale oioi; hale pakui. 
Spir'it, n. 1. Uhane. Syn. soul. 

2. He lapu. Syn. ghost. 

3. Anokoa. Syn. courage. 

4. Hoihoi o ka nuau. 




Spir'it-ed, adj. 1. Hoiliol. A spirited 
horse, he lio hoihoi. 

2. Hoohoihoi ; hooeueu. A spirited ad- 
dress, he haiolelo hooeueu. 

Spir'Its, n. Na wai ona. 

Spir'it-ii-al, adj. 1. No ka uhane. Spir- 
itual needs, na nele o ka uhane. 
2. Haipule. 

Spir'it-u-al-Ism, n. Ka manaoio i na 
lapu, na hihio, nie na uhane. 

Spir'it-u-al'ist, n. Kanaka i manaoio 
i na lapu, etc. 

Splrlt-u-al-ly, adv. Haipule. Spirit- 
ually minded, naau haipule. 

Spir'it-u-ous, adj. Ona. Spirituous li- 
quors, na wai ona. 

Spit, n. 1. Kuha. 

2. Lae o'ne. 

3. He o pulehu i'-o. 

Spite, n. Hoomauhala; opuino. Syn. 

Spite'ful, adj. Opu ino; keemoa. Syn. 

Spit'tle, n. Kuha; wale. 
Spit-toon', n. Ipu kuha. 
Splash, v. E poo i ka wai; e kapeku. 
Splen'did, adj. Nani; kamahao. 
Splen'dor, n. He nani; he kamahao. 
Splen'e-ti«, adj. Nanau; keemoa. Syn. 

Splice, v. E hookui; e panainai. 
Splmt I „ 1. Laau hoopololei iwi i 
Splint'erl n ' haki. 

2. He moka. Syn. fragment. 
Split, v. 1. E ka'ka'. Split wood, e ka'- 

ka' wahie. Syn. cleave. 

2. E wahi; e wawahi liilii. Syn. split 
to pieces. 

3. E mokuahana. 

Spoil, v. 1. E hao; e pakaha. Syn. 


2. E ino. The food is spoiled, ua ino ka 

Spoil, n. Waiwai pio. Syn. plunder; 

Spoke, n. Kukuna o ka huila. 
Spoke'sliave, n. Pahi koli. 
Spokes'man, n. He waha-olelo. 
Spo-ii-a'tion, n. Ka hao wale ana. 
Sponge, n. Huahuakai. 
Spong'er, n. He hoopilimeaai ; he lo'- 

Spong'y adj. Pukaptika; me he hua- 
huakai la. 
Spon-ta'ne-oiis, adj. 1. Ulu wale. Syn. 


2. A spontaneous thought, he manao 

ulu wale. 
Spdn-ta'ne-ous-ly, adv. 1. Wale. To 

grow spontaneously, e kupu wale mai. 

2. Hamuli o ka makemake. Syn. 

Spook, n. He lapu-, he mu. Syn. ghost. 
Spool, n. Pokakaa wili lopi. 
Spoon, n. He puna. 
Spoonsful, n. Piha puna. 
Sport, n. Paani; lealea. Syn. play; 


Sport'ive, adj. Lea; lealea; hoihoi. 

Syn. merry. 
Sport'ive-ly, adv. Ma ke ano paani. 
Sports'man, n. 1. Kanaka ki holoho- 


2. Kanaka i puni i kela me keia hana 

Spot, n. 1. Kiko; onio. .1 dirty spot, 

he paele. A bad spot, he kina'. Syn. 

stain; blemish. 

2. Kauwahi. Syn. place ; locality. 
Spot, v. 1. E paele i ka lepo. Syn. soil. 

2. E hakilo; kiai; kiu. 
Spot'less, adj. Maemae; kina ole. 
Spot'ted, adj. Onionio; kinohinohi. 

Syn. speckled. 
Spouse, n. Mea i mare; ka wahine pa- 

ha o ke kane mare; ke kane paha o ka 

Wahine mare. 
Spoilt, n. He nuku wai. 
Spout, v. E kahe ikaika noloko mai. 
Sprain, n. He hai; okupe. 
Sprain, v. E anuu. 
Sprawl, v. E moe moau. 
Spray, n. 1. Ehu; ehukai. 

2. Lala; mau lala liilii i hui ma ka la- 
la nui. 
Spread, v. 1. E tlhola; e halii. Spread 

the bed, e halii i ka moe. 

2. E hohola; e hoolaha. Spread the 
news, e hoolaha i ka nuhou. Syn. cir- 

3. E laha. 

Spread, n. He papa aina i hoomakau- 

kau ia me na mea ai. 
Spree, n. Lealea uhauha. 
Sprig, n. Laalaau. 
Spright'li-ness, n. Ano hoihoi; lale- 

Spright'ly, adj. Hoihoi; lalelale. Syn. 

Spring, v. E lele. Syn. jump. 

2. Epoi;popoi. Syn. pounce. 

3. E puai. Syn. burst forth as water. 

4. E kupu. Syn. germinate. 

5. Nopu; nopunopu. 

Spring, n. Punawai. Spring water, wai 

2. Ke kaumakalii; kau kupulau. 

3. Kila holuholu. 

4. He lehe iluna. 
Spring'tide, n. Kai piha. 
Sprmg'y, adj. Holuholu; napenape. 

Syn. elastic. 
Sprink'le, v. 1. E kapipi; e kopi. 

2. E u'aiki. 
Sprlnk'le, n. He wahi u'-a iki. 
Sprinkling, n. 1, He mau paka-u'-a. 

2. He wahi mea iki. 
Sprit, n. He o'-a pea. 
Sprite, n. He uhane; lapu. Syn. ghost. 
Sprout, v. E kupu ; e hoo-kupu. 
Sprout, n. He opuu. Sugar cane sprout, 

Spruce, adj. Mikioi ; aulii. Syn. neat. 
Spry "adj. Ma'ma'. Syn. nimble. 
Spunk, n. Naau koa; naau hooikaika. 
Spur, n. Kepa; kui. 




Spur, v. 1. E hou 1 ke kepa. 

2. Ē hooeueu ; hoolalelale. 
Spu'ri-ous, adj. Oiaio ole; hookamani. 
Spurn, v- 1. E kae. Syn. turn a deaf 


2. E kipaku me ka hoowaha'waha' 

3. E keehi me ka huhu. 
Spurt, v. E ki'ki'. 

Spiifter, v. E nono-a'; nononono-a 

Spy, n. He kill. 

Spy, v. 1. E hoomaka'kiu. 

2. E ike ma kahi mamao. Syn. espy. 
Spy'glass, n. Ohe na'na'. 
Squab'ble, n. He hakaka; aumeume, 

Syn, scuffle. 
Squad, n. Poe koa; poe koa ao paikau. 
Squad'ron, n. 1. He mahele o ke au- 


2. He mahele o ka puali koa hooholo 

Squal'id, adj. Haukae; pelapela. 
Squall, n. 1. Hekikiao; makani mu- 


2. Alala' o ke keiki. 
SquaPly, adj. Puahiohio. 
Squa'lor, n. Ka haukae o ka noho'na. 
Squan-der, v. E uhauha; e hoomau- 

Square, adj. 1. Huina-ha-kupono; 

aoao like. 

2. Hoopono; pololei. Syn. just; 

Square, n. 1. He huina-ha-kupono, 

aoao like. 

2. Hehelui hoonui iameia iho; he 

3. Kuea kamena'. 

4. Wahi akea, kaawale iloko o ke ku- 

Square'ly, adv. Pololei. Hit squarely, 

ku pololei. 
Square'root', n. Kumu kuea. 
Squash, n. Ipu pu. 
Squat, adj. Poupou. 
Squat'ter, n. Mea noho kuleana ole 

ma ka aina. 
Squaw, ii. Wahine Inikini. 
Squeak, v. E ui; uiui', e nakolo. 
Squeal, v. E uwe, mehe puaa la. 
Squeani'ish, adj. Poluea. 
Sqeeze, v. 1. E uwi. Squeeze dry, e uwi 

a maloo. 

2. E kaomi. A tight squeeze, wahi pi- 

likia loa. 
S quin t'eyed, adj. Maka keekee. 
Squirm, v. E onioni; kupaka; pakaa- 

Squirt, v. E ki wai; e kiki aku. 
Stab, v. E hou i ka pahi ; i ka mea oioi 

Sta-bil'i-ty, n. Oni paa; kupaa; paa. 
Sta'ble, adj. Onipaa; paa. Syn. stanch. 
Sta'ble, n. Hale malama holoholona. 
Stack, n. He ahua; puu. Stack of hay, 

puu mauu maloo. 
Stack, v. E hoo-pu-a'. 
Staff, n. 1. Kookoo. 

2. O'a, Syn, music staff. 

3. Na kokua o ke generala; kiaaina, 


4 Flag staff, pahu hae. 
Stage, n. 1. He awai. 

2. He wa; he au. 
Stage'coach, n. Kaa nui lawe ohua. 
Stag'ger, v. E hika'ka'; kunewanewa. 
Staging, n. He wahi e ku ai o ka poe 

kukulu hale; amana kukulu hale. 
Stagnant, adj. Lana malie a pilopilo. 
Stagnate, v. E lana malie a pilopilo. 

E pauke kahe ana a inoino mai. 
Stag-na'tion, n. Ka pau ana o ke ka- 
he. Ka lana malie ana. 
Staid, adj. Kuoo. Syn. sedate. 
Stain, n. Kohu lepo; he paele; kina. 
Stain'les s, adj. 1. Kina' ole. maemae. 

2. Makamae. A stainless reputation-, 

he inoa makamae. 
Stairs, n. Anuu. 

Staircase ) M n „ , 

Stair'wayP' Ala anuu, 
Stake, n. 1. Pahu. 

2. Wai wai pili. 

3. Kuleana. A stake in the country, he 
he kuleana iloko o ka aina, 

4. Reputation at stake, e poino paha ka 
inoa maikai. 

Stale, acy. Kahiko; mananalo. 
Stalk, n. Kumu o ka laau liilii. Corn 

stalk, kumu kurina. 
Stalk, v. E hele kikoo moau. 
Stall, n. 1. Keena hoopaa hooloholona. 

2. Wahi kuai ma ka hale makeke. 
Stal'lion, n. Lio kea. 
Stal'wart, adj. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. 

Stam'mer, v. E uu. 
Stam'iner-er, n. Mea lco uu. 
Stamp, v. 1. E hehi. 

2. E pai; ekaui pooleta. 
Stamp, n. 1. Hoailona pai. 

2. Poo-leta. Syn. postage stamp. 
Stam-pede', n. He auhee puiwa. Syn. 

Stanch, v. E hoopau i ke kahe ana. 
Stanch., adj. Pill paa; kupaa. Syn. 

Staneh/ion, n. Mea koo. 
Stand, v. E ku. To take a stand, e ku. 
Stand, n. Kahi e ku ai. 

2. He pakaukau liilii. 

3. Stand erect, (as hair through fear), 
ku ka ehu ; kakalaioa. 

Stand'ard, n, 1. He hae. Syn. "banner. 
2. He ana. Syn. measure. A stand- 
ard of value, he ana o ka waiwai. 

Stand'ard, adj. Mau ka waiwai; paa 
ka waiwai. 

Stand'ard-bear-er, n. Mea lawe hae. 

Standing, n. He kulana. Syn. position; 

Stand'ing, p. p. 1. E ku ana. Standing 
crops, na hua o ka aina e ku ana; aoie 
i ohi ia. 

2. Mau. Standing committee, koinite 




Stan'za, n. Pauku mele; pauku hi- 

Sta'ple, n. 1. He lou. 
^ %_ Waiwai i hoohua mau ia. 
Sta'ple, adj. Hoohua mau ia. Staple 

productions, waiwai i hoohua man ia. 
Star, n. 1. Hoku. 
Star'board, n. Ka aoao akau o ka 

Starch, n. Pia; mea pia lole. 
Stare, v. E haka pono ka maka. 
Star'gaz'er, n. Kilo hoku. 
Star'light, n. Malamalama hoku'. 
Start, v. 1. E hoomaka hele. 

2. E nee. 

3. E puiwa. 

Start'le, v. E hoopuiwa; hikilele. 

Start'ling-, adj. Hoopuiwa; weliweli. 

Star-va'tion, n, Make i ka pololi; wi. 

Starve,!;. E hooki ai; e make i ka po- 

Starve'ling, n. Mea wiwi; a olala paha, 
no ka lawa pono ole o ka ai. 

State, n. 1. He moku-aina. 
2. The State, ke Aupuni. 
S. Ka noho'na. 

4. Hanohano. 

State, v. E hoakaka; e hai. State a 

complaint, e hoakaka i ka pilikia. 
Stat'ed, adj. Mau. Stated hours, na 

hora mau. Stated meetings, na halawai 

ku mau. 
Stat'ed-ly, adv. I kcla me keia ma- 

State'ly, adj. Hanohano; ihiihi; hie- 

hie. Syn. dignified. 
State'naemt, n. He haina; he olelo. 
State'room, n. Keena noho, maluna 

o ka moku. 
States'man, n. Kanaka akamai ike 

kalai aina. 
States'man-like, adj. Noeau i ke ka- 

Sta'tion, n. 1. He kahua. Commercial 

station, kahua no ka oihana kalepa. 

2. Railroad station, kahi e ku ai na 
kaa alanui hao. 

3. Station house, halewai. 
4* Kulana. Syn. standing. 

Stā'tion,'y. E hoonoho. 

Sta'tion-a-ry, adj. Paa; nee ole; hoo- 
noho paa ia. 

Sta/tion-er, n. Mea kuai i na lako no 
ke kakau palapala. 

Sta'tion-e-ry, n. Na lako kakau pala- 

Sta-tis'ties, n. Na helu o kela me keia 

Stat'u-a-ry, n. Na kii i kalaiia, 

Stat'ue, n. Kii kalaiia. 

Stat'ure, n. Kiekie. Syn. hight. 

Stafute, w. Kanawai. Syn. law; ordi- 

Stave, n. Laau kapili barela. 

Stave, v. E wawahi; e kipo; e nahaTia'. 

Stay, v. 1. E noho; e kali. Stay awhile, 
e kali iki. 
2. E koo; e palpal. Syn. prop. 

Stay, n. 1. He koo; he mea paipai. 

Syn. prop. 

2. Kaula koo. 
Stead, n. Hakahaka; wahi. In his stead, 

ma kona wahi. 
Stead'fast, adj' Kupaa; wiwo ole. 
Stead'fast-ly, adv. 1. Me ka wiwo 


2. Me ka loli ole. 
Stead'i-ly, adv. Mau. Steadily increase, 

e mahuahua mau. 

2. Steadily gaze, e nana me ka wiwo 

ole o ka maka. 
Stead-y, adi. 1. Mau. A steady wind, 

he makani mau. 

2. Kupaa. A steady man, he kanaka 

3. Ona ole. Syn. sober. 

Stead-y, v. E hookupaa. Steady your 

hand, e hookupaa i kou lima. 
Steak, n. I-o koala. 
Steal, v. E aihue. Steal away e kokolo 

malu aku. 
Steal/ings, n. Na mea i aihue ia. 
Stealth, n. Hana malu'. 
Stealth-y, adj, Malu'. A stealthy act, 

hana malu. 

2'_ Kolopee; amio; amihi. 
Steam, n. Mahu. 
Steam'boat, n, Mokumahu; moku- 

Steam'en'grme, n. Enikini mahu. 
Steam'er, n. 1. Mokumahu. Syn. 


2. He ipu e hoomoa ai i ka mahu. 
Steam'pack'et, n. Mokumahu holo 

Steam'plow, n. He mikini mahu mea 

palau aina. 
Steam'tug, n. Mokumahu hookolo 

Steed, n. Lio mama. 
Steel, n. 1. Hao kila. 

2. He o hookala pahi. 
Steel, v. E hoopaakiki. Steel the heart, 

e hoopaakiki i ka naau. 
Steel'trap, n. Upiki hao. 
Steel'yard (stil-yard), n. Ana kau- 

Steep, v. E hoo-u'. 
Steep'le, n. He puuoa. 
Steer, v. E hookele. 
Steer, n. Bipi kane opio. 
Steer'ag^e, n. Wahi e noho aina ohua 

o mua o ka moku. 
Steers'man, n. Kanaka hookele mo- 
ku; hookelewaa. 
Stel'lar, adj. Pili i na hoku. Syn. si- 

Stem, n. 1. He kunra. Stem of an apple, 

kumu o ka ohia. 

2. Ihu o ka moku ; ko mua o ka moku. 

From stern to stem, mai mua a hope o ka 

Stem, v. E hoo-ku-e'. Stem the tide, e 

hooikaika ku-e' i ke au. 
Stencli, n. Pilau. 


Sten-og'ra-phy, n* Kakau lima hoo- 

Sten-to'ri-an, adj. Stentorian voice, leo 
ikaika loa; leo hoo'ho. 

Step, v. 1. E hehi; e hele. Step quietly, 
e hele malie. 
2. Step a mast, e kukulu i ke kia. 

Step'-fa'ther, n, Makuakane kolea. 

Step'-moth'er, n. Makuahine kolea. 

Step'ping-stone, n. Pohaku kipaepae. 

Ste're-tJp'ti-con, n. Pahu hoolele kii. 

Stē' re-o-scope, n. Aniani nana Mi. 

Ste're-o-typed, adj. Loli ole. Stereo- 
typed opinions, na manao i loli ole. 

Ster'ile, adj. Hua ole; panoa. 

Ster'ling:, adj. 1. Oiaio. Sterling merit, 
pono oiaio. 

2. Sterling weight, paona kupono. 

3. Pili i ke dala Beritania. 

Stern, n. Ka hope o ka moku. 

Stern, adj. Oolea. Syn. severe; rigor- 

Stern'nm, n. Iwi umauma. 
Stē've-dōre, n Kanaka hao ukana ilo- 

ko o ka moku, a hoolei ukana nohoi. 
Stew, v. E kupa ai. 
Stew, n. Aiikupapuia. 
Stew'ard, n. 1. Kuene. 

2. Luna malama waiwai. 
Stew'-pan, n. Ipu hao, mea kupa ai. 
Stick, n. He laau. Stick of timber, pau- 

ku laau. 
Stick, v. 1. E pipili. 
2. E hoopili; e pili. 
Stickler, n. Kanaka manao nui i na 

mea liilii ano ole. 
Stick'y, adj. Pipili. 
Stiff, adj. 1. Oolea; paakiki. Syn. rigid. 
2. Ikaika. A stiff breeze, he makani 
ikaika. Syn. strong. 
Stiff'en, v. E hoo-olea; e hana'ku i oo- 
Stiff'-necked, adj. A-i 7 oolea. 
Stiff'ness, n. 1. Oolea. 
2. Stiffness of manners, pahapaha; pa- 
Stl'fle, v. E puua; e uumi i ka hanu. 

Syn, smother;, suffocate. 
Sti'fling, adj. Ikiiki. Syn. close. 
Stig'ma, n. He kina'; kumu hoohau- 

mia. Syn. reproach. 
Stig'ma-tize, v, E hoailona ino aku. 
Stile, a. Alapii no ka pa. 
Sti-let'to, n. Pahi winiwini, mea hou. 
Still, adj. Malie. 

Still, adv. 1. A hiki i keia wa. Still there, 
malaila a hiki i keia wa. 
2. Aka nae. Syn. yet; nevertheless. 
Still, n. He rnikini puhi waiona; me 

na wai e ae. 
Still'born, acfj. Hanau ia ua make. 
Stilt, n. Kuku'luaeo. 
Stilt'ed, adj. Hookiekie. 
Stini'u-lant, n. 1. Laau hooikaika 

2. Mea hoo-hoihoi ai ka naau. 
Stim'u-late, v. E hoohoihoi ; hoo-eueu. 
Stini'u-lus, n. Kumu hoolalelale. 

Stingr, v. E aki; e o. 
Sting, n. He mea ooi. 
Stin'gi-ness, n. Hoii; ano pi. 
Stin'gy, adj. Pi; aua; hoomakue; puki'. 
Stink, v. E pilau; pilopilo. 
Stink'ing, adj. Pilau. 
Stint, n. Hana uku pau; hana pauku. 
Stint, v. 1. E haawi ukupau. 

2. E hoohaiki ; e aua. 
Sti'pend, n. Uku paa; uku mau. Syn. 

Stip'u-late, v. E hooholo no kekahi 

hana. Syn. bargain. 
Stip'u-la'tion, n. Ka olelo i hooholo 

ia ma ka ae like. Syn. condition. 
Stir, v. 1. E kawili. 

2. E hoala. Syn. rouse. 

3. E eu; hooeueu. 

4. E oni. 

5. Stir around; stir your stumps, e eu 
ka lemu. 

Stir, n. He haunaele; uluaoa Syn. 

Stir'rup, n. Keehi. 
Stir'rup-strap, n. Kaula keehi. 
Stitch, v. E humuhumu; e meu; e 

Stitch, n. 1. Hookahi o ana o ke kui- 


2. He umii. 
Stock, n. 1. Ke kumu paa o ka hui. 

2. Na holoholona i hanai ia. 

3. Waiwai iloko o ka hale kuai. 

4. Stock in trade, waiwai hoopuka- 

5. Poo laau o ka pu. 

6. Kumu. 

7. Waihona. Stock of knowledge, wai- 
hona o ka ike. 

Stock, v. E hoopiha mai; e hoolako 
mai. Stock a store, e hoolako i ka hale 
kuai. _ 

Stoek-ade', n. He pa kaua. 

Stoek'brok'er, n. Kanaka kuai i na 
bila waiwai o keia me keia ano. 

Stock'hold'er, n. Ona o na mahele 

Stocking, n. Kakini. 

Stocks, n. Waihona dala o ke aupuni. 
2. Na laau e koo ai ka moku i ka wa i 

Stock'- still, adv. Oni ole; malie loa. 

Sto-ic, n. Kanaka manaka' like i na 
eha me na lealea. 

StoFid, adj. Hoomaloka loa. 

Stom'ach, n. Opu. 

Stone, n. 1. He pohaku. 
2. He ana kaumaha, 14 paona. 

Stone, v. E hailuku i ka pohaku; e nou 
ika pohaku. 

Stone'bruise, n. Huahua ma ka wa- 
wai. * 

Stone'eut'ter, n. Mea kalai pohaku. 

Stone'ham/naer, n. Hamale kui po- 
Stone'ma'son, n. Kanaka kukulu po- 
Stone's'- throw, n. Ka hoolei pohaku 




Stone'-wall, n. Pa pohaku. 

Ston-y, adj. 1. Aa ; paapu i na pohaku. 

2. Paakiki. A stony heart, he naau 

Stool, n. Keehina wawae ; paepae wa- 

waetnoho liilii. 
Stoop, v. E kulou; hanunu; oohu. 
Stobp-shoul'dered, adj. Oohu; ha- 

Stojj, v. 1. E papani a paa. Syn. cause 

to cease flowing. 

2. E hooki; e lioopau. Syn. cease. 

3. Uoki. 
Stopcock, n. Nuku wai. 
Stop'per, n. Umoki ; he popoi. 
Stor'age, n. 1. Ka hoo-ahu ana; ka 

malania ana. 

2. Uku no ka malama wai wai. 
Store, n. Hale kuai; he waihona. 
Store'house, n. Hale hoo-ahu waiwai ; 

hale papaa. 
Store'keep'er, n. Mea malama hale 

kuai. _ 
Store'rpom, w. Keena waiho ukana. 
Storm, n. He ino; makani me ka ino. 
Storm'y, adj. 1. Ino; inoino. A stormy 

day, he la ino. 

2. Haunaele. A stormy meeting, he 

halawai hoohaunaele. 
Sto'ry, n. 1. Kaao. Syn. narrative. 

2. Papa oluna o ka hale. Second story, 

papa elua oluna. 
Sto'ry-tel'ler, n. He kukahekahe. 
Stout, adj. Puipui; ikaika. 
Stout'ly, adv. Ikaika. Stoutly deny, ho- 

ole ikaika. 
Stove, n. Kapuahi-hao. 
Stow, v. E hao. Stow in a trunk, e hao 

iloko o ka pahu. 
Strad'dle, v. E kihelei. 
Strag'gler, n. Mea auwana helema 

ke alanui. 
Straight, adj. Pololei. 
Straight'en, v. E hoopololei. 
Straight'ened, adv. Hoohaiki ia; pili- 

kia. Straightened circumstances, pilikia 

o ka noho'na. 
Straight-for'ward, adj. Pololei; hoo- 

pono. Syn. upright. 
Straightaway, adv. Koke. Syn. im- 
Strain, v. 1. E hoomaloeloe. Syn. 

stretch tightly. 

2. E kanana. 

3. E hai. Syn. sprain. 

4. E hooikaika nui. Syn. strain every 

Strained, p. p. Lio; liolio; Una. Syn. 

tightly stretched. 
Strain'er, n. Kanana no ka mea wai. 
Strait, n. 1. Kowa. 

2. Pilikia. In great straits, pilikia nui. 
Strait, adj. Ololi; haiki; pilikia. 
Strait'en, v. E hoohaiki. In straitened 

circumstances, haiki loa ka noho'na. 
Strait'-jack'et, n. Lakeke hoopaa poe 


Strand, n. 1. Kahakai. Syn. shore. 

2. Maawe kaula. 
Strand, v. E ili. Syn. run ashore; 

Strange, adj. Kupanaha; anoe; kama- 

Strange'ly, adv. Ano e. 
Stran'ger, n. Malihini. 
Strangle, v. 1. E puua. Syn. choke. 

2. E umi. 
Stran'gu-la'tion, n. Ka umi ana. 
Strap, n. Kaula ili. 
Strapping, adj. Ikaika. Syn. strong. 
Stra'ta, n. Papa lepo o ka honua. 
Strat'a-gem, n. Hanahoohalua; hana 

Strat'e-gy, n. Hana hoohalua. 
Strat'i-fi-ca'tion, n. Ka waiho papa 

ana o na mea iloko ka honua. 
Strat'i-fy, v. E moe papa; hoomoe pa- 
Straw, n. Opala palaoa. 
Straw'ber-ry, n. Ohelo papa. 
Stray, v. 1. E auwana. Syn. wander. 

2. _ E holoholo wale. 
Streak, n. 1. He onionio. 

2. Streak of light, he kukuna malama- 

3. The first streak of dawn, ka moku ana 
o ka pawa; ka wehe ana o ke alaula. 

Stream, n. 1. Kahawai. 

2. Au. Stream of time, ke au o ka ma- 

3. Mea kahe. A stream of lava, he pele 
e kahe ana. 

Stream'er,?^ Lepa. 

Stream'let,?*. Kahawai nuku. Syn. 

Street, n. Alanui kulanakauhale. 
Strength, n. Ikaika. Syn. vigor. 
Strengthen, v. E hooikaika ; e hana a 

Stren'u-ons, adj. Ikaika, Strenuous 

exertion, hana ikaika. 
Stren'u-ous-ly, adv. Me ka ikaika. 
Stress, n. 1. Stress of weather, ka ikaika 

o ka ino. 

2. Stress of voice, ke kalele ana o ka leo. 

3. Mana; ikaika. Syn. force. 
Stretch, v. E hoohola. 

2. E kikoo; e o. 

3. Stretch out to dry, e kalena. 

4. Stretching out, moau. 

5. E hoomaloeloe. Stretch a rope, e hoo- 
maloeloe i ke kaula. 

Stretchier, n. Manele. Syn. litter. 
Strew, v. E hoohelelei; ehalii. 
Strick'en, p. p. 1. I komoikapopilikia. 

2. Luuluu. Stricken in yearSi luuluu i 

na makahiki. 
Strict, adj. Hoopololei; hooponoloa. 
Strict'ly, adv. Me ka pololei loa. 
Striet'ure, n. Oleloku e'; olelo pa'pa'; 

olelo kaohi. 
Stride, n. He kikoo moau. 
Strife, n. Huahua'; mokuahana; ha- 

kaka. Syn. contention. 




Strike, v. 1. E kui; e liau; hahau. 

2. Kani. The clock strikes, kani ka 

3. E liooki liana, no ka uuku o ka uku. 
Strike, n. He liooki nana. 
Striking, adj.. Kupaianaha; kamahao. 
String, n. He kaula liilii. 
Strin'gent, adj. Oolea. Syn. severe. 
Strip, v. 1. E wehe. Syn. take off. 

2. E maihe. Syn. peel. 

3. E hooneoneo. Syn. make destitute. 
Strip, n. He apanaloihi; molina. 
Stripe, 1. Onionio. 

2. He hili; he paopao. 
Stripping, n. He keiki kane ui. 
Strive, v. 1. E hooikaika. 

2. _E hakaka; aumeume. 
Stroke, n. 1. He kui; hahau; hili. 

2. He kaha. Stroke of the pen, kaha 
ana o ka peni. 

3. A good stroke of business, puka pono 
ma ka oihana. 

4. Stroke of the oar, ke ku ana o ka hoe 
i ka wai. 

5. Stroke of sickness, ka loaa ana o ka 
mai; ka loohia'na o ka mai. 

Stroke, v. E kani oluolu me ka lima. 
Stroke'oar, n. Ka hoe mua o ka waa- 

pa; nana e hooponopono i na hoe e ae. 
Stroll, v. E holoholo makaikai. 
Strong, adj. 1. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. 

vigorous ; robust. 

2. Hauna; hohono; maeaea. Syn. 

strong smelling. 
Strong at-tach'ment, n. Paeauma. 
Strong'ly, adv. Ikaika. 
Strop, n. He ili hookala pahiumiumi. 
Struet'ure, n. Mea i kukuluia. 
Striig'gle, v. 1. E hooikaika. 

2. Aumeume; hakaka; paio. 
Striig'gle, n. 1. He hooikaika nui. 

2. He hakaka; paio; kaua. Struggle 

ineffectually, e uilani. 
Strum'pet, n. Wahine hookamakama. 

Syn. prostitute. 
Strut, v. E hooha'ha; kai-i'. 
Stub'bed, adj. Kumukumu. 
Stub'ble, n. 1. JST a kumukumu. 

2. Opala. Syn. trash. 
Stub'born, adj. 1. Paakiki ; nuha. 

2. Huakeeo. Syn. stubborn in wick- 
Stub'born-ness, n. Ka paakiki o ka 

Stud, n. 1. Laau ku na ka hale. 

2. Pihe paluie. 

3. He poe lio hoolaha. 

4. Lio kea. Syn. stallion. 
Stu'dfcnt, n. Mea iini naauao. 
Stu'di-o, n. Keena hana kii. 
Stu'di-ous, adj. Imi. A studious boy, 

he keiki imi. 
Stud'y, v. E imi naauao. 
Stud'y, n. 1. Imi naauao. 

2. Keena palapala. 
Stuff, n. 1. Wai wai o kela me keia ano. 

2. Opala. -Syn. trash. 

3. Stuff and nonsense, olelo lapuwale. 

Stuff, v. E hoonuu ai. Syn. eat greedily 

2. E kupalu. Syn. fatten. 

3. E hoopiha. 

Stuffing, n. Mea i hookomoia. 
Stul'ti-fy, v. E hoike i ka naaupo; e 

hana mamuli o ka naaupo. 
Stum'ble, v. E okupe; e hina wale. 
£tum'bler, n, Mea okupe wale. 
Stum'bling-block, n. Mea e hina ai; 

kumu hoohihia. 
Stump, n. Kumu i koe. 
Stun, v. E kuli ka pepeiao; e kulikuli. 
Stunt, v. E keakea ka ulu ana. 
St&nt'ed, adj. A-a'; i-i ; i. 
Stu'pe-fac/tion, n. Ka maeele ana o 

ke kino,_ o ka noonoo paha. 
Stu'pe-fy, v. 1. E hoomaeele. 

2. E kaili i ka noonoo. 
Stu-pen'dous, adj. Nui weliweli. 
Stu'pid, adj. Unea; naaupo; lo'lo'. 
Stu-pid'ly,?i. Ano unea; kualala. 
Stu'poi-, n. Maeele; unea. 
Stur'dy, adj. Ikaika; puipui. Syn. ro- 
Stut'ter, v. E olelo u-u'. Syn. stam- 
Stut'ter-er, n. Mea leo u-u'. Syn. 

Sty, n. 1. Pa puaa. 

2 L Uleule maka. 
Style, n. Ano. Style of speaking , ano o 

ke kamailio. 
Style, v. E kapa'ku. Syn. call. 
Styl'ish, adj. Hiehie; hookahakaha. 
Sua'sion, See Persuasion. Moral suasion, 

ka haawi ana i ka olelo ao. 
Suav'i-ty (suav-ity), n. Ano oluolu; 

Sub-al'tern, n. Luna malalo iho. 
Sub'di-vide', v. E mahele hou i ka 

Sub'di-vis'ion, v. He mahele o ka 

Sub-due', v. 1. E hoopiot hoolakalaka. 

2. Kumu manao; kumu. 
Sub'jeet, adj. Malalo o ka malu; malalo. 
Sub'ject, n. 1. He makaainana. 

2. Kumu manao; kumu. 
Sub-jeet', v. E hoopio;waiho malalo, 
Sub-jee'tion, n. Ka noho ana malalo 

iho. Subjection to law, ka noho ana 

malalo iho o ke kanawai. 
Sub- joined', p, p. I pakuiia maliope. 
Sub'ju-gate, v. E lawe pio. Syn. 

subdue. _ 
Sub'ju-ga'tion, n. Ka lawe pio ana. 
Sub-let', v. E hoolimalima hou malalo 

iho o ka hoolimalima mua. 
Sub-lime', adj. Nani; kamahao. Syn. 

Sub-lim'i-ty, n. Ka nani. Syn. grand- 
Sub'lu-na-ry, adj. No ka houua nei. 

Syn. terrestrial. 
Sub'ma-rine', adj. Malalo o ke kai. 
Sub-merge', v. 1. E korao. Syn. sink. 
2. E hookomo malalo o ka wai. 




Sub-mis'sion, n. Ka ae anaiko hai; 
ka hoolohe. 

Sub-mls'sive, adj. Akahai; hoolohe. 

Sub-mlt', v. E ae i ko hai; e hoolohe. 

Sub-or'di-nate, adj. Malalo iho. Sub- 
ordinate position, he kulana malalo iho. 

Sub-orn', v. E konoi ka hoike wahahee. 

Sub'or-na'tion, n. E hookonokono no 
ka hoohiki wahahee. 

ISb"-?oe"naJ »• Palapala kena hoike. 

Sub-seriibe', v. 1. E kakau inoa ma- 
lalo iho. 

2. Subscribe for a newspaper, e lawe nu- 

Siib-serlVer, n. Mea kakau inoa; mea 
lawe nupepa. 

Sub-serip'tion, n. 1. Dala lawe nu- 

2. Kakau inoa ana no kekahi mea. 
Subscription paper, palapala noi dala. 

Sub'se-quent, adj. Mahope mai. Sub- 
sequent events, na nana mahope mai. 

Sub'se-quent-ly, adv. Mahope iho. 

Sub-serv'i-ent, adj. Kupono; hoolohe. 

Sub- side', v. E emi iho. E paholo. 

Sub'si-denee, n. Ka emi ana iho. 

Sub'si-dlze, n. v. E kokua me kedala. 

Sub'si-dy, n. Uku kokua. 

Sub-sist', v. E ola. Syn. live. 

Sub-slst'ence, n. Ke ola ana; na lako 
no ke ola. 

Sub'soil, n. Lepo paa malalo iho o ka 
lepo oluna. 

Sub'stance, n. 1. Na lako kino. A man 
of substance, he kanaka lako. 

2. I-o. The substance of the remark, ka 
i-o o ka olelo. 

3. Mea. Another substance, mea e. 
Sub-stan'tial, n. 1. Koikoi. A sub- 
stantial man, he kanaka koikoi. 

2. Paa. 

Sub-stan'tial-ly, adv. 1. Paa. Sub- 
stantially built, paa ke kukulu ana. 
2. I'o. Substantially the same, like i'o 

Sub-stan'ti-ate, v. E hooia. Syn. 
prove; verify. 

Siib'stan-tive, ^ Haiinoa. Syn. noun. 

S&b'sti-tute, n. Panihakahaka;hope. 

Sfrb'sti-tute, v. E pani. 

Sub-tend', v. E kaha aku. Syn. pro- 

Sub'ter-fug-e, n. Hana epa; hana hoo- 

Slib'ter-ra'ne-an, adj. Maloko o ka 

Subt'le (sutl), adj. Maalea. Syn. sly. 

Siibt'le-ty (sutl-ty), n. Ano maalea; 

Sub-traef/, v. E unuhi ; e hoolawe. r 

Sub-trac'tion, n. He hoolawe; he unu- 

Sub'tra-hend, n. Kumu hoolawe. 

gub-ur'ban, adj. Mawaho ae o ke ku- 

Sub'urbs, n. Ka hooauhuH ana. 
Sub- vert, v. E hookahuli. Syn. over- 
Sue-ceed', v. 1. E ko. 

2. Ē noho i hope; e noho i pani. 

3. E hahai. Day succeeds night, e ha- 
hai ana ke ao i ka po. 

Sue-cess', n. Ke ko ana; ke kuonoono. 

Syn. prosperity. 
Suc-cess'ful, adj. 1. Ko; lanakila. 

2. Kuonoono. Syn. prosperous. 
Sue-cess'ful-ly, adv. Lanakila. 
Sue-ces'sion, n. 1. Ka hahai ana. 

Succession of events ka hahai ana o ke- 
kahi hana i kekahi hana. 

2. Hooilina. Succession to the throne, 

ka hooilina ana o ka noho alii. 
Suc-ees'slve, adj. Kekahi mahope mai 

Sue-ces'sor, n. He hope mai. Successor 

in ojfice, he hope mai ma ka oihana. 
Sue-cinet, adj. Pokole; ano nui. Syn. 

Sue-cinet'ly, adv. Me ka pokole. Syn. 

concisely ; briefly. 
Sue'eor, v. E kokua hoopakele. 
Sttefeu-lent, adj. Momona. Syn. juicy 
Suc-cumV, v. 1. E make. Succumb' 

to sickness, make i ka mai. Syn. yield. 

2, E ae aku mamuli o ke koiia'na. 
Sucb, adj. 1. O ia ano. 

2. Like me. 
Stick, v. E omo. 
Suck'er, n. He oha'; pohuli. 
Suck'le, v. E hanai wai-u'; e omo wa- 

Suck'Iing, n. Keiki omo waiu. 
Sue'tion, n. Ka omo ana. 
Sud'den, adj. Emoole; kuhewa; hiki- 

Sfid'den-ly, adv. Emo ole. 
Su'dor-ific, n. Laau hookahe hou. 
Suds, n. Wai sopa. 
Sue, v. 1. E hoopii kanawai. 

2. E nonoi haahaa. 
Su'et, n. Ka aila e hoopuni ana i na 

Suffer, v; 1. E hoomanawanui i ka 


2. E ae mamuli o ke koi ana. Syn. 

Suf fer-ance, n. 1. Hoomanawanui. 

2. Ka ae ana. Syn. permission. 
Suf fer-er, n. Ka mea i eha; ka mea i 

Suf fer-in§r, n. n. 1. Eha; poino. 

2. Ka hoomanawanui ana. 
Suf-fice', v. Elawa. 
Suf-fi'cien-ey, n. Ka lawa kupono. 

Syn. competency. 
Suf-fl'cient, adj. Lawa. Syn. enough. 
Suffix, n. Mamala pakui mahope o ka 

Suf fo-eate, v. E kalea; uumi; puua. 
S uf f o-ea'tion, n. Ka paa ana o ka ha- 

Suffrage, n. Ka pono koho balota. 




Suf-fuse', v. l. E uhi. Cheeks suffused 

with blushes, na papalina i ulii ia i ka 


2. Haloiloi. Eyes suffused with tears, 

na maka i haloiloi i na wai maka. 
Sug'ar (shoog'-ar), n. Ko paa. 
Sug'ar-eane, n. Ko ulu. 
Sug--ar'mill, n. He wili ko. 
Sug-gest', v. Ehoopukamanao; eku- 

Sug-gres'tion, n. Manao kuhikuhi. 

Syn. hint. 
Sug-gest'ive, adj. Hoala manao. 
Su'i-cide, n. Mea lawe i kona ola iho. 
Suit," n. 1. Paa. Suit of clothes, paa 

]ole komo. 

2. Hihia hookolokolo. 

3. He imi mare. To press a suit, e koi 
e mare. 

Suit, v. Ku; kupono. 
Suit'a-Me, adj. Kupono. Syn. appro- 
priate; fit. 
Suite (sweet), n. 1. Hepoeukali. 

2. He mau keena pili pu. 
Suit'or, n. 1. Mea e noi ana e mare. 
2. Mea e hoopii ana ma ke kanawai. 
Sulks, n. Ano nunuha. 
Sulk'y, adj. Nnnuha. 
Sulk'y, n, Kaa lio no ka mea hookahi. 
Sul'len, adj. Keemoa; kaki; hooka- 

Siil'len-ly, adv. Mumule; nuha. 
Sul'ly ? v. E paumaele. Syn. tarnish. 

E hooemi i ka nani. 
Sul'phur, n. Luaipele;kukaepele. Syn. 

Sul'tan, n. Inoa moi no Tureke. 
Sul-ta'na, n. Inoa moi wahine no 

Sul'try, adj. Wela; welawela; koe'- 

Sum, n. Huina pan. 

2. Ninau helu. 
Sum'ma-ri-ly, adv. Koke. Summarily 
dismissed, hookuu koke ia; hookuke 
Sum'ma-ry, n. 1. Ka hoouluulu ana. 

2. Ka i-o o ka olelo. 
Sum'ma-ry, adj. Koke; hakalia ole. 

Summary punishment, hoopai koke. 
Sum'mer, n. v. Kau wela. 
Sum'mit, n. Ka wekiu; ka piko. Syn. 

Sum'mon, v. E kena aku; e kahea. 
Sum'mons, n. Palapala kii; palapala 

Sump'tu-ous, adj. Hiehie; kahikoia 

a nani. 
Sun, n. La. 

Sun, v. E kaulai i ka la. 
Sun'beam, n. Kukima o ka La. 
Sun'burnt, adj. Wela i ka La; mala; 

Sun'day, n. La Sabati. Syn. sabbath. 
Sun'der, v. E oki a kaawale; e hooka- 


Sun'dl'al, n. Pa kuhikuhi hora ma- 
muli o ke aka o ka La. 

Sim'dries, n. pi. Kela me keia mea lii- 

Sun'dry, adj. Kekahi mau. Syn. sev- 
Sun'light, n. Malamalama o ka La. 
Sun-ny, adj. Laelae. 
Sun'rise, ) Ka puka ana o ka 
Sun'ris-ing, \ ' La- 
Sun'set, n. Ka na-poo' ana o ka La. 
Sun' shine, n. Laelae o ke La. 
Sun'shin-y, adj. Laelae. Syn. sunny. 
Snn'stroke, n. Poniuniu ku hewa rnai 

no ka wela o ka La. 
Sup, -y. E omo iki. Syn. sip. 
Su'per-a-bun'dance, n. Kaoi pakela. 
Sū'per-ān'nu-āt-ed, adj. Kolopupu. 
Su-perb', adj. Maikai loa; hiehie; nani. 
Sū'per-«ār'go, n. Kupakako. 
Su'per-cil'i-ous, adj. Haakei; haaheo; 

Syn. haughty. 
Su'per-ex'cel-lent, adj. Oi ka mai- 
Su'per-fi'cial, adj. 1. Papau. Superficial 
knowledge, ike papau. 
2. Pupuahulu. 
Su'per-fi'cies, n. He ili ; he akea. Syn. 

Su'per-fine, adj. Oi loa ka maikai. 
Su'per-flu'i-ty, n. Mea i oi i ka mea 

Su-per'fiu-oiis, adj. Waiwai ole; ma- 

Su'per-hu'man, adj. 1. Weliweli; 

2. Mawaho ae o ke ano kanaka. 
Su-per-in-tend', v. E hooponopono. 
Sū'per-in-tēnd'ent, n. Luna hoopono- 
Su-pe'ri-or, adj. Maluna'e; oi ae; kie- 

kie ae. 
Su-pe'ri-or, n. Mea kiekie ae. 
Su-pe'rl-6r'i-ty, n. Ka oi. 
Su-per'la-tive, adj. Oi loa; pookela. 
Su-per'nal, adj. Noluna;no ka lani- 

Syn. celestial. 
Su'per-nat'u-ral, adj. Eehia; aole no 

ka honua nei. 
Su'per- scribe', v. E kakau mawaho o 

ka palapala. 
Su'per-sede', v. E noho mai ma ka 

Su/per-sti'tion, n. 1. Hoomanakii. 
2. Ka manaoio i na lapu, na'kua; na 
ouli, etc. 
Su'per-stl'tioiis, adj. Maka'u- i na 

lapu, etc. 
Su'per-struet'ure, n. Kameaikuku- 

luia maluna o ke kahua. 
Su'per- vise', v, E hooponopono. Syn. 

Su'per- vis' ion, n. » Ka hooponopono 
ana. Under his supervision, malalo iho 
o kana hooponopono. 
Su'per-vis'or, n. Luna hooponopono. 

Syn. overseer. 
Su-pine', adj. 1. Kua hanee. 
2. Molowa; palaleha. 




Siip'per, n. Aina ahiahi. 

Sup-plant', v. E kaili i ko hai pono. 

Sup'ple (pi), adj. Alu; loeloe; nape- 

Sup'ple-ment, n. 1. Olelopakui. 
2. Kapihaana. Supplement of an an- 
gle, ka piha ana o na huina kupono 

Sup'ple-ment'a~ry, adj. E hoopiha 
ana; pani hakahaka. 

ISj^Sl^ti"- Meanoiana. 
Sup'pli-eate, v. E noi; e pnle; e kalo- 

Sup-pli-ca'tion, n. Henonoi; he pule. 
Sup-ply', v. Ehoolako; e hoopiha mai 

i ka nele. 
Sup-ply', n. Lako; kapihaana oka nele. 
Sup-port', n. 1. He koo. 

2. He kokua ola. 
Sup-port', v. 1. E paepae; e koo. Syn. 


2. E hoolako pono no ka noho ana. 
Syn. nourish. 

3. E kokua. Support the motion, e ko- 
kua i ka manao. 

4. E hooia. Support the charge, e hooia 
i ke kumu hoopii. Syn. substantiate. 

5. Support the pain, e hoomanawanui i 
ka eha. Syn. hear. 

Sup-port'er, n. 1. He koo; makia. 

2. Mea nana e kokua i ke ola; mea 

malarna i ke ola. 
Sup-pose', v. 1. E manao wale. 

2. Ina paha. Suppose it should rain, 

ina paha e u-a ana. 
Sup'po-si'tion, n. Ka manao wale. 

Syn. hypothesis. 
Sup-press', v. 1. E kinai; e hoopau. 

2. E umi. Suppress emotion, e umi ika 

Sup-pres'sion, n. Ke kinai ana; ka 

hoopau ana. 
Sup'pur-ate, v. E hookahe palahehee. 
Su~prem'a-cy, n. Ka mana kiekie. 
Su-preme', adj. Mana kiekie; kiekie 

Su-preme' Be'ing, n. Ka Mea Kiekie 

Sur-cnarge', v. E hoopiha pono ole. 
Sur'cin-gle, n. Kaula apo no waho ae 

oka noho lio. 
Surd, n. He kuaniti i hiki ole ke hoo- 

maopopo pono ia. 
Sure, adj. 1. Oiaio loa; maopopo loa. 

Syn. certain. 

2. Paa loa. Syn. secure. 
Sure'ly, adv. Oiaio; maopopo. Syn. 

Sure'ty, n. 1. Mea hoohiki panai no 


2. Waiwai panai. 
Sure'ty-shlp, n. Hoohiki panai. 
Surf, n. Nalu; kai nalu. 
Sur'faee, n. Hi. Surface of the sea, ka 

ili o l£a moan a. 
Sur'feit, n. Ka oi pakela o kaai, ka inu. 
Surge, n+ Ale nui. 

Surge, v. E aleale; ooloku'. 
Sur'geon, n. Kauka oki. 
Sur'ger-y, n. Oihana lapaau ma ka oki. 
Sur'ly, adj. Opukopekope; keu; kee- 

Sur-mise', v. E hoohuoi, Syn. suspect. 
Sur-mount', v. E lanakila maluna'e. 
Sur'name, n. Inoa ohana. 
Sur-pass', v. E kela; e oi imua. Syn. 

excel ; out do. 
Sur'plus, n. Ke keu; ka mea i oi pa- 
Sur-prise', n. Haohao; kaha'ha'. mea 

i iki ole ia e mamua. 
S ur-pris/ing, adj. Kamahao; haohao. 
Sur-ren/der, v. 1. E haawi pio. 

2. E haawi lilo. 
Sur-ren'der, n. Ka haawi pio ana. 

2, Ka haawi lilo ana. 
Sur'rep-ti'tious, n. Malu'; maalea. 

Syn. underhanded. 
Sur-rouiid', v. E hoopuni; e poai a 

Sur-vey', v. 1. E ana aina. 

2. E nana pono. Survey the landscape, 

e nana pono i na hiona o ka aina. 
Sur-vey'ing, n. Ana aina. 
Sur-vey'or, n. 1. Mea ana aina. 

2. Port surveyor, luna kiai awa. 

3. Luna kiai; luna nana. 
Sur-vive', v. E ola. Survive an injury, 

e ola mai ka eha. 
Sur-viv'or, n. Ka mea i koe ke ola. 
Sus-cep'ti-lble, adj. I alakai ia ka 

noonoo. Syn. impressible. 
Sus-pe€t', v. E manao hoohuoi. 
Sus-pend', v. 1. E kaulai. Syn. hang 


2. E kaawe; e li. Syn. hang by the 

3. E kapai iki. Suspend judgment, © 
kapai iki ka olelo hooholo. 

Sus-pend'ers, n. Kaula kaawe. 

Sus-pense', n. Anoninoni; manao pi- 

Sus-pen'sion, n. 1. Ke kapai ana. 
2. Ke kaulai ana; kaawe ana. 

Sus-pi'eion, n. Manao hoohuoi; ma- 
nao kanalua. Syn. doubt; distrust. 

Sus-pi'«ious, adj. Haohaoia; kanalua 
ia; hoohuoi. A suspicious man, he ka- 
naka hoohuoi. 

Sus-tain', v. 1. E koo. Syn. support, 
2. Sustain life, e pono ai ke ola. 

Sus'te-nange, n. Ai e pono ai ke ola 

Sut'ler, n. Mea kalepa iwaena o na 

Sut'ure, n. 1. Kahi e pili pu ai na iwi- 

2. Ka humuhumu ana o na wahi mo- 
ku o ka ili. 

Swab, n. Welu holoi papa. Syn. mop. 

Swag'grer, v. 1. E kikoo moau aku. 
2. E akena wale ; e haanou. 

Swal'low, v. E ale; e moni. 

Swamp, n. Aina pohopoho' 

Swamp, v. E komo. The boat is swamped, 



ua komo ka waapa. 
Swamp'y, adj Pohopoho'. 
Swap, v. E panai waiwai; e kuapo. 

Syn. barter. 
Sward, n. Aina maun. 
Swarm, n. Huhui. Swarm of bees, hu- 
hui nalo meli. 
Swarth'y, adj. Hauli; hauliuli. A 

swarthy complexion, hauliuli ka ili. 
Sway, n. Ka noho aupunl ana; ka ho- 

omalu ana. 
Sway, v. 1. E hoomalu. 

2. Sway to and fro, e polewa; e luliluli. 
Swear, v. E hoohiki. 

2. E hoohiki ino i ka inoa o Ke Akua. 
Swear'er, n. Mea hoohiki ino; mea 

Swear'iug, n. 1 He hoohiki. Syn. 

taking the oath. 

2. Olelo kuamuamu. Syn. profanity. 
Sweat, n. Hou. 
Sweat'y, adj. Ma-u' i ka hou. 
Sweep, v. 1. E pulumi; e kahili. 

2. E hoonea. Pestilence sweeps the 
land, ke hoonea nei ka ahulau i ka 

3. E nei. To sweep by, e nei aku. 
Sweep'ings, n. Opala i pulumi ia. 
Sweet, adj. 1. Ono. 

2, Nahenahe;polinahe. 

3. Oluolu; akahai. 

Sweet' en, v. 1. E hookomo i ke ko. 

2. Sweeten life's troubles, e hooluolu i 

na pilikia o keia noho ana. 
Sweet'heart, n. He ipo„ Syn. lover. 
Sweet'ly, adv. Oluolu; nahenahe; 

Sweet'meat, n. Na hua ai ihookomoia 

ke kopaa. 
Sweet'ness, n. Ono; akahai. 
Sweet-seent'ed, adj. Ala. 
Swell, v? E pehu; e haanou. 
Swell, n. 1. Aleha'ha' o ke kai. 

2. Kanaka hookahakaha. 
Swel'ling, n. He puu; he pehu. 
Swel'tei , v. E maule i ka wela. 
Swel'ter-ing, p. p. Koehaeha; ikiki. 
Swerve, v. E aui ae mai ka pololei. 
Swift, adj. Mama loa; kiki. Syn. fleet. 
Swift'ly, adv. Awiwi loa; mama loa. 
Swift'ness, n. Ka awiwi o ka nolo; ka 

mama o ka holo. 
Swig, v. E inu a nui. 
Swill, n. Ai kawiliia na ka puaa. 
Swill, v. E hoonuu inu. 
Swim, v. 1. E au. 

2. E poniuniu. My head swims, poni- 

uniu kuu poo. 
Swim'rner, n. Mea ike i ke au. 
Swim'mingr-ly, adv. To get on swim- 

ingly, e holo pono imua. 
Swin'dle, v. E apuka; e pakahawale. 

Syn. cheat. 
Swin'dler, n. Kanaka apuka. Syn. 

Swine, n. Puaa. 

Swlne'herd, n. Kahu hanai puaa. 
Swing, n. He lelekoali. 

Swing, v. Ekauiluna; elele; e lewa; 

e lewalewa; e lelekoali. 
Swln'ish., adj. Like me ka puaa. Syn. 

Switch, n. 1. Laau hili. Syn. whip. 

2. Haoalakai no ke alanui liao: mea 
alakai i na kaa ma kekahi alanui e ae. 

3. Owili lauoho. 

Switch, v. 1. E hili. Syn. whip. 

2. E kai i na kaa ahi mai kekahi ala- 
nui a l kekahi aku. 
Swoon, v. E maule. Syn. faint. 
Swoop, v,_ E poi; e popoi. 
Sword (sord), n. Pahi kaua. 
Sword-arm (sord), n. Lima lalau 

pahi kaua. 
Sword'belt, n. Kaei pahi kaua. 
Sye'o-phant, n. He hoopilimeaai; he 

Syl'la-ble, n. Mamala hua olelo. 
Syl'van, adj. No na ulu laau. Syn. 

Sym'bol,w. Aka; ouli; hoailona. Syn. 

type; emblem, 
Sym-boFie-al, adj. Hoailona. 
Sym'bol-ize, v. E hoailona. Syn. rep- 
Sym-met'ri-eal, adj. Kohu pono mai 

mua a hope. 
Sym/me-try, n. Kekulike; ke kohu po- 
Sym'pa-thet'ie, adj. Aloha me'ne- 

Sym'pa-thlze, adj. E aloha mene- 

mene; e uwe pu. 
Sym'pa-thy, v. He aloha menemene. 
Sym'pb.o-ny, n. 1. Ke kani like o na leo. 

2. Leo mele no na ohe puhi. 
Symp'tom, n. He ouli. Syn. sign. 

2. Symptom of sickness, h a li a 
Syn'a-gogue (gog), n. Hale halawai o 

ka poe Iudaio. 
Syn'eo-pate, v. E hoopokole ma ke 

kapax ana. 
Syn'co-pe, n. Ke kapai ana o kekahi 

mau hua palapala. 

2. He maule. 
Syn'od, n. Aha kuka' ekalesia. 
Syn'o-nym, n. Hua olelo ano like. 
Syn-on'y-motis, adj. Like ma ke ano. 
Syn-op'sis, n. Ke ano nui ; ka i-o o ka 

olelo, Syn. epitome. 
Syn'tax, n. Ke kakau pololei ana i ka 

Syph'i-lis, n. Mai kaokao. 
Syr'ingre, n. He hahano. 
Sys-tera, n. 1. Ka hoonohonoho pono 


2. The human system, ke kino kanaka 
me na kanawai e hoopono ana. 

3, The solar system, ka la me kona mau 
hoku hele me ko lakou mau kanawai 

Sys'tem-at'ic, adj. Hoonohonoho po- 
no ia. 

Sys'tem-a-tlze, v. E hoonohonoho po- 
no. Systematize the work, e hoonohono- 
ho pono i ka hana. 




JTIaVer-na-cle, n, Halelewa. 

Ta/ble, n. 1. Papa. Multiplication ta- 
ble, papa hoonui. 

2. Dining table, papa aina; papa kau- 

3. Writing table, papa kakau. 
Ta'ble, v. E waiho ma ka papa. Table 

a bill, e waiho ka bila ma ka papa. 
Tab'leau (tab'lo), n. He hoikeike o 

ka poe ola me tie mau kii la. 
Ta'ble-land, n. Aina papa. 
Ta/ble-spoon, n. Puna nui. 
Tab'let, n. Papa liilii, mea kakau. 
Ta'ble-talk, n. Ke kamailio ma ka 

papa aina. 
Ta'ble-turn'ing, n. Ka hoonaue ia 

ana o na papaaina e na uhane lapu, 

wahia kekahi poe. 
Ta-boo', n. He kapu. 
Tab'u-lar, adj. Papa. A tabular view, 

he hoike papa. 
Tab'u-late, v. E hoonohonoho papa. 
Tac'it, adj. Ekemu ole. Tacit consent, 

ae ekemu ole. 
Tac'it-ly, adv. Me ka ekemu ole. 
Tac'i-fiurn, adj. Ekemu ole; mumule. 

Syn. silent. 
Tack, n. 1. Kui liilii kakia moena. 

2. Kaula hoopaa pea. 

3. Hoopii moku. 

Tackle, n. 1. Ka likini me na pono e 
ae o ka moku. 

2. Fishing tackle, na lako no ka lawai'a. 

3. Kaula huki o ka palaka. 
Taek'le, v. 1. E hookomolio i ke kaa. 

2. E apo; e lalau lima aku; e hoopaa. 
Tact, n. Noeau; maiau. 
Tac'tles, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ke kaua. 
Tagf, n. 1. He hoailona kau mawaho o 

ka ukana. 

2. Dog tag, hoailona ilio. 
Tag, v. E hahai koke mahope. 
Tail, n. 1. Tail of a fish, he hiu. 

2. Tail of an animal, he huelo. 

3. Tail of a cock, koola; puapua. 

4. Tail of a kite, kakaiapola. 

Tail, v. Tail on or tail after, e hahai mai 

Tail'or, n. He tela; mea humuhumu 

Taint, n. He kina' ; he hauna. 
Taint, n. E hoohaumia; c hauna. Syn. 

Take, v. 1. Elawe;ehopu;e hoopaa. 

2. Take aim, e hoopololei i ka pu. To 

take breath, e hanu; e hoomaha. To 
take care, e akahele; e malama. To take 
down, e hoohaahaa, Syn. write down, 
e kakau iho. Take down pride, e hoo- 
liaahaa i ka haaheo. Take down a house, 
«e wawahi i ka hale. To take effect as a 
law, e lilo i kanawai. To take effect as 
medicine, e naha'. To take heart, e hoo- 
lana i ka manao. To take heed, e noo- 
noopono. To take in, e hoopunihei; e 
hoopuni. To take in sail, e li ka pea. 
To take in the meaning, e hoomaopcpo. 
To take in hand, e hoao e hana. To take 
leave of, e haawi i ke aloha hookaa- 
wale. To take notice, e nana mai. To 
take off j e wehe. To take on one's self, 
e hapai i ke kaumaha. To take offense, 
e huhu. To take out a stain, e holoi i ka 

§aele. To take part with, e kokua pu. 
b take place, e ko. To take root, e hoo- 
kumu. To take advantage of, e apo i ka 
pomaikai; e hana maalea. To take the 
air, e hele i ka holoholo. To take to 
heart, e hookomo ma ka naau. To take 
up, e hapai ae. To take up the time, e 
hoopiha i ka manawa. To take up arms, 
e hoomakaukau no ke kaua. To take 
time, e lawe i manawa kupono. To take 
up residence, e nohopaa. To take up a 
thief, e hopu i ka aihue. To take up 
room, e hoopiha wale. To take up a 
note, e hooka a i ka bila* aie. 

Take'in, n. He hoopuni wale; he halua. 

Tak'ingr, adj. Onou. Syn. alluring. 
A taking way, he ano onou; hoomali- 

Take'off, n. He hana e hoohenehene. 

Tale, n. 1. Kaao; moolelo. Syn. story. 
2. Heheluna. Syn. number; count. 

Tale'bear-er, w. Holoholo olelo. 

Tal'ent, n. 1. Talena. 
2. Noeau; akamai. Syn. ability. 

TaPent-ed, adj. Noeau; makaukau 
Syn. able. 

Tales'man, n. Panihakahaka ma ke 

Talk, 7i. Kamailio. Loud talk, walaau. 

Talk, v. 1. Talk quietly, e kamailio. 
Syn. converse. 

2. Talk altogether, e. hoo-uwauwa; e 
hauwalaau. Syn. gabble. 

3. Talk foolishly, hoohauhili; kualau- 

Talk'a-tive, adj. Walaau wale. Syn. 




Tall, adj. Kiekie. Tall and slender, 

Tal'low, n. Aila bipi; aila hipa. 
Tal'ly, v. E ku-like. Syn. agree. Keep 

tally, e malama i ka helu. 
Tal'ly-man, n. Kanaka malama helu. 
Tal'on, n. Ka maiuu o ka maim. 
Tain'a-ble, adj. Hike ke hoolakalaka 

Tam'a-rind, n. Ka laau wi; hua wi. 
Tanie, adj. 1. Laka. 

2. Hoihbi ole. Syn. dull. 
Tame, t/. E hoolakalaka. 
Tamely, adv. Tamely submit to insult, 

e ae molowa aku i ka hoinoia mai. 
Tame'ness, n. Ke ano laka. » 
Tam'per, v. 1, E lalan wale. Syn. 


2. E kipe. Syn. bribe. 
Tan, v. 1. E hoo-lu ili. 

2. E hauli i ka la. 
Tan'g-ent, n. Kahapili. 
Tan'gi-ble, adj. Ike maka ia. Syn. 

Tan'gle, v. E kahihi ; e hihia. 
Tank, n. Lua wai nui. Syn. cistern. 
Tan'ner, n. Kanaka hoo-lu ili. 
Tan'ner-y, n. Hale hoo-lu ili. 
Tan'ta-lize, v. E hoala makehewa i ka 

manaolana; e hooeha maau, 
Tan'ta-mount', adj. Like a like. Syn. 

Tap, v. 1. Ekike; ekoni. 

2. E hou aku i kahe mai. 
Tape, n. Lipine. 
Ta/per, n. Ihoiho kukui. 
Ta'per, v. E hele a winiwini. Tapering 

to a point, lipilipi ; miomio. 
Tap'root, n. Ka mole o ka mea ulu. 
Tar, n. Ta; kepau. 

2. Inoa no ke sela. 
Tar'di-ly, adv. Me ka lolohi; me ka ha- 

kalia; hookaulua. 
Tar'di-ness, n. Kapuka hope; kahoo- 

Tar'dy, adj. Pukahope; lohi. 
Tare, n. 1. Kikania. 

2. Kekaumahaokameahaowaiwai; 

kaumaha i helu ole ia. 
Tiir'get, n. Papa ki poka. 
Tar 'iff, n. Papa auhau dute waiwai. 
Tar'nish, v. E hoohapala. Syn. sully, 

e hooemi i ka aiai. 
Tar-pau'lin, n. Kapolina. 
Tar'ry, v. E kali; e noho; e kakali. 
Tart, adj. Awaawa; awahia. 
Tart'ly, adv. Me ka awahia; okalakala. 
Task, n. 1. Paukuhana; uku pau. 

2. Hana; haawina. School tasks, na 

haawina kula. 
Task'-mas'ter, n. Luna hooponopono 

Taste, v. E hoao; e koni. 
Taste, n. 1. Mikioi; maiau. 

2. Ka ike o ke alelo ma na mea ai. 
Taste'ful, adj. Mikioi; aulii, Syn, 

Taf te^l-ly i adv - Me ka aiiliL 
Taste'less, adj. Hukahukai; ono ole. 

Syn. insipid. 
T after, n. Mea weluwelu. 
Tat' tie, v. E holoholo olelo. 
Tat'tler, n. Holoholo clelo. Syn. tale- 

Tat-too', n. Ka hookani pahu o ke 

ahiahi, no na koa e hoi i ko lakou wa- 

hi noho no ka po. 
Tat-too', v. Ekakauhi; e kakaukaha. 
Taunt, v. E loiloi; e nuku, Syn. sneer 

Taut, adj. Maloeloe ; lina. 
Tau-tol'o-gy, n. Olelo kuawili wale. 
Tav'ern, n. Hale hookipa; hotele. 
Tav'ern-keep'er, n. Mea malama ho* 

Taw'dry, adj. Hookahakaha wale. 
Taw'ny, adj. Hauli; olenalena. 
Tax, n. He auhau. 
Tax, v. 1. E auhau. 

2. E ahewa. Syn. accuse. 
Tax'a-ble, adj. Ku i ka auhau. 
Tax-a'tion, n. Ka auhau ana. 
Tax'i-der'iny, n. Ka hoomakaukau 

ana i na ili holoholona ; me ke kukulu 

hou ana mehe mau holoholona ola la. 
Tea, w. 1. Ti inu. 

2. Aina ahiahi. 
Tea'ean'is-ter, n. Pahu waiho ti. 
Teach, n. E ao. 
Teach'a-ble, adj. Hoolohe; hiki ke 

Teach'er, n. Kumuao. 
Tea'eup, n. Kiaha ti. 
Tea'ket-tle, n. Ipu ti. 
Team, n. He paa holoholona hoounau- 

Team'ster, n. Mea hoo-a holoholona 

Tea'pot, n. Ipu ti. 
Tear, n. Kulu wai maka. 
Tear, v. E haehae; e hoopohae. 
Tear'ful, adj. Haloiloi; maloi. 
Tear'less, adj. Waimaka ole. 
Tease, v. 1. E ne. Syn. fret. 

2. E hanawale; hoonaukiuki. syn. 


2. E kauloloa; noi pinepine ; hoohane. 
Teas'er, n. 1. He hoohane; mea noi 


2. Mea hoonaukiuki wale. 
Tea'spoon, n. Puna ti. 
Teat, n. He u; maka waiu. 
Tea'table, n. Papa aina ahiah 
Tē«li'ni€-al, adj. Pili pono i kekahi 

ike a hana paha. 
Tech/no-ldg'ie-al, adj. Pili inaoiha- 

na akamai. 
Tēeh-nōl'o-gy, n. Olelo wehewehe no 

na oihana akamai. 
Te-De'om, n. Himeni hoolea. 
Te'di-oiis, adj. Luhi wale ; lolohi. Syk. 

Te'-di-um, n. Luhi; lohi. Syn. weari- 
ness; fatigue. 




Teem, v. E hoohua nui niai. Paapu 

Teens, n. pi. Na makahiki o ke ola ki- 
no mawaena o 12 me 20. 
Teeth, n. pi. Na niho. 
Teething, n. Ka wa i kupu ae na niho. 
Tee-to'tal-er, n. Mea hoole loa i ka 

wai ona. 
TeFe-gram, n. Olelo uwia telegrapa. 
Tel'e-grraph., n. He telegarapa. 
Te~lēg'ra-p2iy, n. Oihana telegarapa. 
TeFe-phone, n. Mikini kamailio no 

ke telegarapa. 
Tel/e-seope, n. Ohe nmi mea nana i na 

ao o ka lani 
Tel'e-seop-ie, adj. Telescopic star, he 

hoku i ike ia me ka telescope wale 

Tell, v. E hai; e helm. 
Tel'ler, n. 1. Mea hai. Syn. narrator. 

2. Mea helu. Syn. counter. 

3. Luna helm dala ma ka baneko. 

Tell'tale, n. He holoholo olelo. 

Te-mer'i-ty, n. Hooaano. Syn. pre- 

Tem'per, n. 1. Ke ano o ka naau. Good 

temper, ano oluolu. Bad temper, ano 

huhu wale. 

2. Ke degere o ka paakiki o ka metala. 
Tem'per-a-ment, n. Ano. A nervous 

terperament, ano pihoihoi A sanguine 

temperament, ano hoihoi. A phlegmatic 

temperament, ano malie; poonoo. A 

bilious temperament, he ano hikiwawe 

i ka huhu. 
Tem'per-ance, n. Ano pakiko. 
Tem'per-ate, adj. Pakiko. 
Tem'per-a-tiire, n. 1. Ka wela me ke 


2. A high temperature, nui ka wela. A 

low temperature, nui ke anu. 
Tem'pest, n.~ He ino; makani ino me 

ka u'a. 
Tem-pest'u-oiis, adj. 1. Ino;inoino. 

A tempestuous day, he la ino. 

2. A tempestuous sea, kai ooluku'. 
Tem'ple, n. 1. Luakini. 

2. Maha poo. 
Tem'po-ral, adj 1. No keia ao. Tem- 
poral good, he pomaikai no keia ao. 

2. Pili i ka maha poo. 
Tem'po-ra-ri-ly, adv. No ka wa po- 

kole ; iki. 
Tem'po-ra-ry, adj. No ka wa pokole; 

ku i ka wa. Syn. transient; transitory. 
Tem'po-rize, v. E ae no ka wa pokole. 
Tempt, v. E hoowalewale ; e hoao. 
Temp-ta'tion, n. He hoowalewale; 

kumu onou. 
Tempt'er» n. Mea hoowalewale. 
Tempt'Ing-ly , adv. Ma ke ano onou ; 

Tee, adj. Umi. 
Ten'-a-l>le, adj. Hiki ke hookupaa ia 

ke hooku-e ia. 
Te-na'gious, adj. 1. Pili; pipili; pili- 


% Tenacious memory, ike poina ole. 

Te-nac'I-ty, n. Ke ano pili paa. 
Ten'aiit, n. 1. Hoa aina; mea hoo- 

limalima hale. 

2. Lopa. Syn. serf. 
Ten'ant-ry, n. Na hoa-aina. 
Tend, v. 1. Ekiai; malama ; lawelawe. 

2. E nee. 
Ten'den-cy, n. 1. Au. Tendency of 

time, ke au o ka manawa. 

2. He hilinai. Tendency to evil, ka hi- 

linai i ka hew a. 
Ten'der, n. 1. Moku lawelawe no ka 

moku nui. 

2. Kaa lawe wahie me ka wai no ka 
enikini mahu. 

3. Legal tender, dala ma ke kanawai. 

4. Ka haawi ana. Tender of service, 
ka haawi ana i ke kokua. 

5. Palapala koho no kekahi liana, etc. 
Ten'der, v. E haawi. Syn offer. 
Ten'der, adj. 1. Palupalu; eha koke; 


2. Ahonui. Syn. compassionate. 

3. Puloku. Syn. delicate. 
Ten'der-heart'ed, adj. Ahonui; naau 

Ten'der-ly, adj. Ahonui; menemene. 
Ten'der-ness, n. 1. Ano eha koke; 

ano palupalu. 

2. Menemene ; ahonui. 
Ten'don, n. Olona'. 
Ten'e-ment, n. Hale noho. 
Ten'et, n. Loina. Syn. principle. 
Ten'fold, adj. Pa-Umi. 
Ten'on,«. tJle papa. 
Ten'or, n. 1. Leo tenora. 

2. Ano nui. The tenor of the remark, ke 

ano nui o ka olelo. 
Tense, adj. Liolio; lina. Syn. taut. 
Tense, n. He wa. Present tense, keia wa. 

Past tense, wa i hala. 
Ten'sion, n. Lio; lina; linalina. Syn. 

Tent, n. Hale lole ; hale lewa. 
Tenth, n. Hapa-umi; ka umi. 
To-nn'i-ty, n. Ano lahilahi; ano wini- 

Tep'id, adj. Pumahana. 
Term, n. 1. Mahele manawa; wa. 

2. He olelo ; hua olelo. 

8. He mahele o ke kuaniti hoailona 

Term, v. E kapa. Syn. designate ; call. 
Ter'ma-gant, n. Wahine nuku ; wahi- 

ne pakakeu. Syn. scold ; shrew. 
TeVmi-na-ble, aaj. Hiki ke hoopau 

ia; kaupalenaia. 
Ter'mi-nate, v. 1. E hoopau ; hoo'ki, 

2. E kau palena. 
Ter'mi-na'tion, n, Ka pan ana; ka 

hope loa; ka palena. Syn. end. 
Ter'mi-nus, n. 1. Ke poo me ka pau 

ana o ke alanui. 

2. Palena; mokuna; pea." 
Ter'race, n. Honua papa. 
Ter'ra-pin, n. Honu; ea. 
Ter-res / tri-al, adj. No ka honua 




Tēr'ri*M®, adj. "Weliweli; eehia. Syn. 

Ter-rlf'ic, adj. Weliweli. 
Ter'ri-fy, v. E liooweliweli. 
Ter'ri-to-ry, n. 1. Aina. 

2. Panalaau. 
Terror, n. Kumu liooweliweli; weli- 
weli ; eehia. 
Terse, adj. Mikioi ; olelo mikioi. Syn. 

concise. A terse expression. 
Test, n. 1. Mea hoao. Test question, 
ninau hoao. 

2. He ana. Syn. standard. 
Tesfa-uaent, n. 1. Kauoha. New 
Testament, Kauoha Hon. 
2. Palapala hooilina. Syn. will. 
Test'a-ment'a-ry, adj. Pili i ka pala- 

pala hooilina. 
Tes-ta'tor, n. Ka mea nona ke kauoha 

Tes'ter, n. TJhi oluna o ka moe. 
Tes'ta-©le, n. Laho; opea. 
Tes'ti-fy, v. E hoike ; olelo hoike. 
Tēs>ti~ly, adv. Me ka huhu. 
Tes'ti-mo'ni-al, n. 1. Palapala apono. 

2. Mea hoike aloha, mahalo, etc. 
Tes'ti-mo-ny, n. Olelo hoike. Syn. 

witness; evidence. 
Tes'ty, adj. Nanau. Syn. peevish; 

Tete'a-tete' (tat-a-tat), n. Kamailio 

hoonanea iwaena o na mea elua. 
TeWer, v. E hoonaa i ke kaula. 
Teth'er, n. Kaula hoopaa holoholona. 
Text, n. 1. Poo olelo; kumumanao. 

2. Olelo i pai ia. 
TexPbcftk, n. Buke ao. 
Tex'tile, adj. Ulana ia. 
Text'ure, n. 1. Ke ano o ka ulana 
ana. ... 

2. Texture of the skin ke ano o ka ill. 
Thank, v. E aloha aku no ka pomai- 

kai i loaa mai. 
Tliank'f ul, adj. Piha i ke aloha. Syn. 

Tnank'ful-ly, adv. Me ke aloha. Syn. 

Thank'ful-ness, n. Ke aloha no ka 
hoopomaikaiia mai. Syn. gratitude. 
Thankless, adj. Aloha ole. Syn. un- 
Thanks, n. pi. Aloha. 
Tlianks'glv'ing, n. Ka hoaloha'loha 

That, pron. Kela; ia; oia; ua mea la. 
That, conj. I. That you may know, i ike 

Thatch, n. Mea ulu ako hale. 
Thatch, v. E ako hale. 
Thaw, 7i. Ka hooheehee ana o ka hau. 
The, def. art. Ka; ke. 

TTie-at'ri-eal, adj. Pili i ke keaka. 
The-at'ri-cals, n. pi. Nahana keaka. 
Theft, n. Aihue ana. 
Their, pron. (dual) Ko laua; (pi.) ko 

Theme, n. Kumu olelo; kirauma,nao, 
Them-seTves', pron. Lakou iho; laua 

Then, adv. 1. Ia wa: ia manawa. 

2. Conj. Alalia. 
Thence, adv. Mailailaaku. 
Thence-forth, \ ■. Mai ia mana- 
Thence-fdr'ward,i wau ' wa'ku. 
The-od'o-lite, n. Panana' ana aina. 
Thē'o-lō'£i-an, n. Mea huli Akua. 
The'b-log'ic-al, adj. Pili no Ke Akua. 
The-6Fo-gy, n. Huli Akua. 
The'o-rem, n. Manaohai; nanehai. 
The'o-rize, v. E kukulu i manae. 
The'o-ry, n. Manao i kukulu ia. 
There, adv. 1. Malaila; ma-o'; i-o'. 

2. Aiala! 
There'a-foouts', adv. Ma kauwahi 

There-aft'er, adv. Mai ia hope mai. 
There-hy', adv. Mamuli o ia. 
There-for', adv. No ia. 
Therefore, adv. Nolaila; no ia mea. 
There-in' adv. Iloko; maloko; maia 

There- of', adv. No la mea. To give no- 
tice thereof, e kukala no ia mea. 
There-dm', adv. Maluna iho. 
There 'up-on', adv. Noia mea; nolaila. 
There-wlth.', adv. Me ia mea. 
Tlier-mom'e-ter, w. Mea ana wela. 
The'sis, n. Kumu paio-; iwiao. Syn. 

They, pron. Lakou; laua. 
Thick, adj. 1. Manoanoa. 

2. Thick, as fluid, kuhu-a'. 

3. Thick, as a cloud or darkness, pano- 

4. Thick, as a crowd, paapu. 
Thick'en, v. 1. E hana a manoanoa, 

2. E paapu. Dangers thicken, paapu 
mai na popilikia. 

3. E pouli mai. The weather thickens, 
ke pouli mai nei ka ino. 

Thick'et, n. Wahi paapu o ka nahele- 

hele; wahi hihi o na mea ulu. 
Thick'ly, adv. Paapu. 
Thick'nesSj n. Ka manoanoa. 
Thick'set» adj. 1. Poupou. Syn. burly. 

2. Kanu pili. 

k'- skinned / ,. 
Thick'- skulled ) aaj ' 
Thief, n. He aihue. 
Thieve, v. E aihue. Syn. steaL 
Thiev'xsh, adj\ Aihue. 
Thiev'ish-ness, n. Ke ano aihue. 
Thigh (thi), n. U-ha'. 
Thills, n. Na au o ke kaa lio. 
Thlm'ble, n. Koino humuhumu. 
Thin, adj. 1. Lahilahi. (Of fluids.) 

2. Thin in flesh, homa; wiwi; haka- 

Thing, n. Mea. 
Think, v. 1. E manao. 

2. "Enoonoo; poonoo. Syn. reflect. 

3. Think to one's self, e halalo. 
Think'er, n. Mea noonoo mil. 
Thlnk'ing, n. Noonoo; poonoonoo. 





Thin'ly, adv. 1. Kawalawala. Syn. 


2. Lahilahi. 
Thin'- skinned, adj. Huhuwale; hu- 

hu koke. 
Third, adj. Ke kolu; hapa-kolu. 
Thirst, n. Makewai. 
Thirst'y, adj. Makewai. 
Thir-teen', adj. Umikumamakolu. 
Thir'ty, adj. Kanakolu. 
This, pron. Keia. 
This'tle, n. Puakala. 
Thith'er, adv. I-o'. Hither and thither ; 

i-o' a ia nei. 
Thith'er- ward, adv. I-o' la, i na wahi 

Thole'-pin, n. Pine hoe waapa. 
Thorn, n. Mea oioi; kakalaioa. 
Thorn'y, adj. Oioi; wanawana. 
Thor'ough, adj. Olalioima; hooma- 

kaulii ; paa pono. 
Thor'ough-fare (thur'o), n. Alanui 

Thor'ough-ly (thiir'o-ly), adi. Ola- 
honua; paa pono. 

Though (tho), adv. and conj. Ina paha; 
oiai nae. 

Thought, n. Manao; noonoo. 

Though t'ful, adj. Noonoo; poonoo- 
noo ; mikolelehua. 

Though t'ful-ly (thawt), adv. Mikole- 
lehua; noonoo. 

Thoughtless, adj. Noonoo ole. Syn. 

Thought'less-ness, n. Ka noonoo 
ole. Syn. hedlessness. 

Tlidu'sand, adj. Kausani; tausani. 

Thrall'dom, n. Ka noho ana kauwa 
kuapaa. Syn. slavery. 

Thrash, v. E hahau; e hili. 

Thread, n. He lopi. 
2. Thread of the discourse, ke kumu 
noonoo o ka haiao. 

Thread,^. 1. E hookomo ka lopi ma 
ka maka o ke kuikele. 
2. E hele akahele ma kahi ololi; kahi 

Threadbare, adj. Kohu ole no ke ka- 
hiko loa. 

Threat, n. Olelo hooweliweli. 

Threat'en, v. E hooweliweli. 

Threat'en-ing, adj. 1. Hooweliweli. 
Threatening language, olelo hooweli- 

2. E kau weliweli mai ana. A threat- 
ening evil, popilikia e kau weliweli mai 
Three, aj. E kolu. 
Three'fold, adj. Pa-kolu. 
Threescore, adj. Kanaono. 
Thresh, y. E hahau hua palaoa. 
Thresh/old, n. Paepae puka. 
Thrift'y, adj. Hoomakaulii; kuonoono. 
Thrill, v. 1. E kapalili ka houpo. 
2. E hoopiha i ka oli; a i ka maka'u 
Thrive, v. 1. E noho kuonoono. 

2. E ulu ae. 

Thriving, adj. Hoomakaulii; kuono- 
ono. Syn. prosperous. A thrivina 
business, he oihana kuonoono. 

Throat, n. Ka puu. 

Throb, v. E koni; e pana; e kapalili. 

Throne, in. Noho alii. 

Throng, w Puuluulu kanaka. 

Thrdng, v; E kupipi; e akoakoa nui 

Throt'tle, v. E umi; e puua. Syn 
choke. _ r * 

Through (thru), adv. and prep. 1 
Through the garden, mawaena o ke ki- 
ll apai. 

2. Through the country, mai kahi pea a 
l kekahi pea o ka aina. 

3. Pau Through eating, pau ka ai ana. 
Through-out', adv. Mai o a o. 
Throw, v. Ekiola;ehoolei;enou 
Thrust', v. Ehoujeo. 

Thumb, n. Ka manamana nui o ka li- 
Thump, v. E kui. 
Thun'der, n. Hekili. 
Thūn'der-bōlt, n. Uila i kui mai. 
Thūn'der-€lāp, n. He kui hekili 

Thun'der-eloud, n - Heaononamai 

ke hekeli me ka uila. 
TJ^^-s^^'er, n. Naulu me ke 

Thun'der-striiek, adj. Pih'hma; pu- 

iwa loa. ^ 

Thurs/day, n. Poaha 7 . 
Thos, adv. Pe;penei. 
Thwack, v. E hahau me ka mea nui. 
Thwart, v. E keakea; e hoohoka. 
Tick, n. 1. Ke koele ana o ka wati. 

2. He aie. To get things on tick, e 
komo l ka aie. 

3. He uku hipa. 

Tick'et, n. 1. Balota. Syn. ballot. 

2. Hepepauku moku; uku kaa. etc. 
Tick'le, v. 1. E iniiniki; hoomaneo- 


2. Ehoomalimali;hoolealea. 
Tick'lish, adj. Maneoneo wale. 
Tid'al, adj. Nokekai. Tidal wave, kal 

hooee; kai mimiki. 
Tide, n. Kai. High tide, kai nui. Low 

tide, kai maloo. Ebb tide, kai emi. The 

tide flows, ke pii nei ke kai. 
Tide'wait'er, n. Luna Mai ukana ma- 

luna o ka moku, i ku i ke dute. 
Tide'wa'ter, n. Kai. 
Tid'ings, n. Na lono; na nuhou. Syn. 

Ti'dy, adj. Aulii; maiau; hiehie. Syn. 

Tie, v. E nakinaki; hikii; nakii. 
Tie, n. 1. He nipuu. Syn. knot. 

2. A tie vote, koho like iwaena o na 
aoao elua. 

3. He pili. A family tie, he pili ohana. 
Tier, n. Lalani. A tier of boxes, he 

lalani pahu. 
Tiff, n. He wahi nuku iki ma ka olelo. 
Ti'ger, n. He tiga. 




Tight, adj. 1. Paa. Air-tight, paa, i 
komo ole ke ea. 

2. On a iki. 

3. Oolea. 

Tight' en, v. E nakii a paa; e huki a 

Tile, n. He uwinihepa. 
Till, n. Palm liilii waiho dala. 
Till, v. E mahi i ka aina. Syn. cultivate. 
Till, adv. A hiki i ka manawa. Syn. 

Till'age, n. Ka mahi ana i ka aina. 
Till'er, n. 1. He kanaka mahiai. 

2. Ke am o ka hoeuli o ka waapa. 
Tim'ber, n. Laau kukulu hale, etc. 
Time, n. 1. Manawa; wa. 

2. Keia ao. 
Time, v. E haawi i manawa; e kakau i 

ka manawa. 
Time'keep'er,) Mea kuhikuhima- 
Time'piece, ] ' nawa. 
Tiine'ly, adj. I ka wa kupono. Syn. 

Time'serv'er, n. Mea lolelua o ka ma- 

nao; he hoopilimeaai. 
Time'- worn, adj. Kahiko; lawelawe 

nui ia. Syn. old. 
Tim'id, adj Pihoihoi; hopohopo; pu- 

Tim-id'i-ty, n. Ano pihoihoi; ano pu- 

iwa wale. 
Tim'id-ly, adv. Me ka pihoihoi. 
Tim'o-rous, adj, Maka'u wale.- Syn. 

Tin, n. Tini. 
Tinct'ure, n. He waii miko me kekahi 

mea e ai. 
Tin'der, ni Pulupulu ho-a' ahi. 
Tin'der-box, n. Pahu pohaku paea, 

mea ho-a' ahi. 
Tln'gle, v. E kani. Ears tingle, kani na 

Tink'er, n. Kanaka kapili hou i na mea 

Tink'er-ing, n. Ka oihana o ke tinker, 
Tin'kle, n. E kani ooi. 
Tin'man, n. Kanaka hana mea tini. 
Tint, n. He hooluu ili. 
Ti'ny, adj. Uuku loa. 
Tip, n. 1. Piko; wekiu. 

2. Tip of the tongue, lau-alelo. 
Tip'ple, v. E inu mau i na mea ona. 
Tip'pler, n. Mea inu mau i na mea ona. 
Tlp'sy, adj. Ona iki. 
Tire, n. Apo hao no na huila. 
Tired, adj. Luhi; maloeloe. 
Tire'sonie, adj. Maluhiluhi. 
Tit'bit, n. Huna mea ono. 
Titlie, n. He hapaumi. 
Tit'il-late, v. E hoomaneoneo. Syn. 

Ti'tle, n. 1. He inoahanohano. 

2. He poo. Title of a bill, ke poo o ka 

Ti'tled, adj. Haawiia ka inoa hanoha- 

Tl'tle-deed, n. Palapala alodio. 
Ti'tle-page, n. Ka aoao poo o ka buke. 

Tit'ter ) He aka iki. Syn. gig- 
Tit'ter-ingj '*• gle. 

To, prep. I. Goto Honolulu, e hele i Ho- 

2. Ia. Give to them, e haawi ia lakou. 

3. Io. Go to him, e hele io na la. 
Toad'y, n. He hoopilimeaai. 
Toast, n. 1. Berena papaa, 

2. He inu hoo-mahalo. 
Toast, v. 1. E koala. 

2. E inu hoo-mahalo. 
To-bae'eo, n. Baka. 
To-bae'eo-nist, n. Mea hana a knai 

To-bae'eo-pipe, n. Ipu baka. 
To-day', n. Keia la. 
Tod'dle, v. E hele ku'ku'. 
Tdd'dler, n. Keiki liilii akahi no a 

Toe, n. Manamana wawae. 
To-geth'er, adv. Pu. Go together, e 

hele pu. 
Toil, v. Ekamauhana. 
Toil'et, n. Ka aahu me ka hoopono- 

pono kino. 
Toil'some, adj. Luhi; kaumaha. 
To'ken, n. He hoailona. Syn. symbol ;. 

T6Fer-a-ble, adj. Aho iki.. 
ToFer-a-bly, adv. Aho iki. 
Tol'er-ant, adj. Ahonui ; laulea. Syn.. 

ToFer-ate, v. E ahonui; e hoomana- 

ToFer-a-tion, n. Ahonui; laulea. 
Toll, n. He mahele; he auhau. 
Toll, v E hookani i ka bele kanikau. 
TolFbridge, n. Alahaka i hoo-uku ia 

no kahele ana maluna. 
Toll'gate, n. Puka komo i hoouku ia. 
TolFgath'er-er, n. Kiai ohi auhau. 
Tdm'a-hawk, n. Koi kaua o na ini- 

To -mā' to, n. Ohia haole. 
Tomb (turn), n. Ilina; hale kupapau. 
Tomb'stone, n. Pohaku ilina. 
To-mcir'row, n. Apo'po'. 
Ton (tun), n. He tona, elua tausani pa- 

Tone, n. 1. Ke kani o ka leo. 

2. Anuu. Semi-tone, anuu-hapa. 
Tongs, n. Upa' ahi. 
Tongue (tnng), n. 1. Alelo; elelo. 

2. Olelo. A foreign tongue, he olelo 

Tongue'tied, n. 1. Elelo hepa. 

2. Cart-tongue, ka ihu o ke kaa. 
Tdn'ie, n. Laau hooikaika kino. 
To-night', n. I keia po ; keia po. 
Ton'nage (tfin-ej), n.. Ka helu o na 

Too, adv. 1. Nohoi. Syn. also. 

2^_ Loa. Too much, nui loa. 
Tool, n. Mea hana; paahana. 
Tooth, n. Niho. 
Tooth'aehe, n, Eha o ka niho; pakoni 

o_ka niho. 
Tooth'less, adj. Niho ole. 




Tooth'-pick, n. O niho. 

Tootn'some, adj. Ono;miko. 

Top» n. 1. Ko ltina loa; welau; weMu; 


2. He htt. 
To'per, n. Kanaka ona man. 
Top'ic, n. Kumumanao; kumu noo- 

Top'mast, n. Ke kia oluna. 
Top'most, adj. Oluna loa. 
To-pog'ra-pher, n. Mea kahakii aina. 
To-pog'ra-phy, n. Kaha kii aina. 
Top'ple, v. E kulanalana; e hiolo mai. 
Top'sy-tur'vy, adj. Huikau; ilalo ilu- 

Torch, n. Lama; lamaku'. 
Torchlight, n. Malamalama o ka la- 
in aku. 
Tor'ment, n. 1. Eha niii. 

2. Mea hoopilikia nui. 
Tor-mcnt', v. E hoomaau; e hoopili- 
kia; ehanaino. 
Tor-ment'or, n. 1. Mea hooehaeha 


2 Mea hoonaukiuki. 
Tor-na'do, n. He mumuku; makani 

ikaika ino. Syn. hurricane. 
Tor-pe'do, n. Mikini hoo-pahu'. 
Tor'pid, adj. Hiamoe wale; maeele. 

Syn. sluggish. 
Tor'por, n. Ano hiamoe wale; ano 

Tor'rent, n. 
Tor'rid, adj, 

kaei wela. 
Tor/tolse (tls), n. He honu; ea. 
Tor'tu-oiis, adj. Pakaawili; kuawili. 
Tort- iire, n. Eha nui. 
Toss, v. 1. E kiola; e hoolei. 

2. To toss about in bed, e onioni maluna 
o ka moe. 

3. Toss up the nose, auku ka ihu. 
To'tal, adj. Pau loa. Total loss, poino 

loa. Sum total, huina pau loa 
Tō'tāl-ly, adv. Loa; pau loa. Syn. 

Tote, v. E halihali; e haawe. Syn. carry. 
Tot'ter, v. E hika'ka'; e kulanalana. 
Touch, v. 1. E paa aku; e pili. 

2. E lalau aku. 

3. E ku. To touch at a port, e ku ma 
kekahi awa. 

4. E noonoo iki. Syn. to touch on a 

Touch, n. Ka ha'ha' ana; ka pili ana. 

Touch'ing, adj. Manaonao. 

Touch'y, adj. Huhu koke. Syn. irrit- 

Tough (tuf), adj. Oolea; uaua. 

Tough'en, v. E hana i oolea; e hoolilo 
a uaua. 

Tour, n. He huakai kaapuni. Syn. cir- 

Tourist, n. Kanaka huakai kaapuni. 

Tour'na-ment, n. Lealea kau lio o ka 
wa kahiko. 

Tow, n, 1. Kekahi ano olona'. 
2. Hookolo moku. 

Wai kahe nui; wai nui. 
, Wela;papaa, Torrid zone, 

Tow, v. E hookolo moku. 
To'ward (to-ard), \ T . 

To'wards(to-ardz),}^^' x > 10 » ma * 

Tow'el, n. Kawele. 
Tow'er n. Hale pakui. 
Tow'er-ing, adj. Kiekie loa, me he hale 
pakui la. 

īōwl^pe,! »■ Kaula hookolo. 
Town, n. Kulanakauhale; he taona. 
Town-clerk', n. Kakauolelo no ke 

Town-eri'er, n. Luna kukala akea. 
Town'house, n. Hale noho ma ke 

Towns/folk, n. Na kamaaina o ke taona. 
Towns/man, n. Kamaaina o ke taona 

Town'-talk', n. Mea i wawa nui ia. 
Toy, n. *Mea paani no kamalii. 
Toy, v. E hoonanea. 
Toy'shop, n. Hale kuai mea paani. 
Trace, n. 1. He meheu. Syn. track, 


2._ Kaula huki o ke kaa, a mea e paha. 
Trace, v. 1. E hahaimamuli oka me- 

2. E kahakaha. Trace a line, e kaha i 

Track, n. 1. He meheu; mooa. 

2. Alanui. 
Track, v. E alualu. Syn. trace. 
Track'less, adj. Hele ole ia; alanui ole. 
Tract, n. 1. Buke liilii. 

2. Aina. 
Tract'a-ble, adj, Lohe; laka, hoolohe. 

Syn. docile. 
Trade, n. 1. Oihana kalepa. 

l._ Oihana hana lima. 
Trad'er, n. Kanaka kalepa. 
Trades/man, n. Kanaka kalepa; kanaka 

hana lima. 
Trad es/un 'ion, n. He hui o na oihana 

Trade'wmd, n. Moae; kaomi. 
ira-dl'tion, n. Olelo mai na kupuna 

Tra-di'tion-al, ) ,. No na kupu- 
Tra-dl'tion-a-ry, \ J ' na mai; kuu- 

Tra-duce', v. E aki, niania; alapahi. 

Syn. slander. 
Tra-duc/er, n. Mea niania; kanaka 

aki. Syn. slanderer. 
Traffic, n. Oihana maauauwa'. 
Traf'fick-er, n. Kanaka maauauwa'. 
Trag'e-dy, n. He hana weliweli e 

make ai. 
Tragic, adj. Poino i ka make. Syn. 

Trail, v. E hookolo; e kauo mahope. 
Trail, n. 1. Meheu. Syn. track. 
2. Hū-a'. Trail of a garment, hu-a' 
Train, n. 1. He poe ukali. Syn. ret- 

2. He man kaa i kauoia e ka enikini 




3. Hu-a aahu. Syn. trail. 

4. A train of ideas, he man kumu noo- 
noo e pili pu ana. 

Train, v. 1. E ao. Syn. teach. 

2. E hoolakalaka. Syn. break in. 

3._ E hoo-ulu pono. 
Trait, n. Ano. Syn. peculiarity. 
Trait'or, n. He kumakaia. 
Trait'or-ous, adj. Kumakaia. 
Tramp, n. 1. lie kuewa; aea wale. 

2. Mea makaikai wawae. 
Traui'ple, v. E hehi. 
Tran'quxil, adj. 1. Lai; malie. Syn. 


2. Kuapapa. Syn. quiet. 
Tran'quil-ize, v. E hoōmalielie ; e 

Tran-q\iil'i-ty, n. 1. Malie; lai. 

2. Maluhia; ka noho kuapapa ana. 
Tran'quil-ly, adv. Me ka malie. 
Trans-act', v. E liana; e hooko'. Syn, 

Trans-ac'tion, n. Ka hana ; ka hooko 

Trans-al'pme, adj. Ma kela aoao o na 

mauna Alepe mai Roma aku. 
Trans'at-lan'ti«, adj. Mao aku o ka 

moana Atelanika. 
Tran-seend', v. E kela. Syn. excel; 

Tran-seend'ent, adj. Kela loa. Syn. 

Tran-scribe', v. E kakau kope. Syn. 

Tran-S€rlb'er, n. Mea kakau kope. 

Syn. copyist. 
Tran'seript, n. Kope. 
Trans-fer',1;. 1. E hoolilo. 

2. E lawe; e halihali. Syn. convey. 
Trans'fer, n. 1. Ka halihali ana mai 

kauwahi a i kau wahi aku. 

2. Ka hoolilo ana ia hai. 
Trans-fer'a-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ke hoo- 


2. Hiki ke halihali ia. 
Trans'fer pa'per, n. Pepa i hooma- 

kaukauia no ka pai kope ana. 
Trans-f ig'u-ra'tion, n. Ka hoopahao- 

hao ana. 
Trans-fig'ure, v. E hoopahaohao. 
Trans-fix', v. E hou aku a puka. 
Trans-form', v. Ehoo-anoe; hoo-ma- 

Trans'for-ma'tion, n. Hooano e ana. 
Trans-fuse', v. 1. E ninini mai kela 

a i keia. " 

2. E hookahe mai kela a i keia. 
Trans-gress', v. 1. E hoohaki kana- 

2. E kela i ka mea kupono. 
Trans-gres'sion, n. Haki ana i ke ka- 

nawai; hana hewa. 
Trans-gres'sor, ft. Mea hoohaki ka- 

nawai ; lawehala. 
Tran'sient, adj. No ka wa pokole. 
Tran'sit, n. Ka hele ana; ka halihali 


Tran-si'tion, n. Ka loli ana mai kau 
wahi a i kau wahi aku. 

Tran'si-to-ry, adj. Pokole. Syn. trans- 

Trans-late', v. E mahele olelo; e umi- 
hi olelo. 

Trans-la'tion, n. Mahele olelo; ka ole- 
lo i maheleia. 

Trans-la'tor, n. He unuhi olelo; ma- 

. hele olelo. 

Trans-lu'cent, adj. Komo ka malama- 
lam a, aole nae aiai. 

Trans'mi-gra'tion, n. Ka lele ana o 
ka uhane mai kela a i keia kino. 

Trans-mis'si-ble, adj. Kupono ke lio- 
oili ia. 

Trans-mit', v. E hooili. 

Trans-mute', v. E hoomalule. 

Trans-par 'ent, adj. Aiai; moakaka. 

Trans-pire', v. 1. E hana ia. Syn. 
come to pass. 
2. E hooakaka. Syn. become known. 

Trans -plant', v. E hehu; e kanu ma 
kahi e. 

Trans'port, n. 1. Moku lawe ohua. 
2. Ka lilo loa. A transport of anger, 
ka lilo loa i ka huhu. 

Trans-port', v. 1. E kipaku a i ka ai- 
na e. 
2. E halihali; e lawe. Syn. convey. 

Trans-port'a-ble, adj. Hiki ke hali- 
hali ia. 

2. Ku i ke kipaku. A transportable 
crime, he karaima ku i ke kipakuia. 

Trans'por-ta'tion, n. Ka halihali ana. 

Trans-pose', d. E hoololi ae. 

Trans'po-si'tion, n. Ka hoololi ana. 

Trans-sliip', v. E hoolei ukana mai ka- 
hi moku a i kekaki moku ae. 

Trans- verse', adj. Mawaena. 

Trap, n._ Upiki; pahele. 

Trap'door, n. Puka pani e paa ana. 

Tra-pē'zi-u.m» n. Huina-ha elua aoao 
like ole. 

Trap'e-zoid, n. Huina-ha elua aoao 
moe like. 

Trap'pings, n. Ka mea e kahiko ai. 

Trash, n. Opala. 

Trash'y, adj. Opala; i'o ole; wai wai ole. 

Trav'all, n. 1. Hana oolea; hana luhi. 
2. Haakokohi. 

Trav'el, v. E huakai; e kaahele. 

Trav'el-er, n. He mea huakai hele. 

Trav'erse, V. E auwana hele. 

Tray, n. Pa palahalaha; mea lawe pa, 

Treacli'er-ons» adj. Kumakaia; hoo- 
halua; kipi. 

Treaeli'er-y , n. Ke kumakaia ; kipi. 
Tread, <o. 1. E hehi. 

2. To tread water, hoopinana. 
Trea'son, n. Kipi i ke aununi. 
Trea'son-a-ble, adj. Kipi. 
Trēas"-ūre, n. Waiwai. 
Treas'ure, v. 1. E hoo-ahu. 

2. Ē hoomanao; e malama loa. 
Treas'nr-er, n. Puuku dala. 
Trea§'ur-y, n. He waihona <lala. 




Treat» v. 1. E hana. Treat me well., e 
hanaponomai ia'u. 

2. E lapaau. Syn. to doctor. 

3. E wehewehe kumumanao. 

4. E hoohoihoi. Syn. to give pleas- 

Treat, n. Mea e hoihoi ai ka naau. 
Treat'ise, n. He buke; manao i ha- 

Treatment, n. 1. Ka liana ana. Good 

treatment, nana lokoniaikai. 

2. Ka lapaau ana. 

3. Treatment of a subject, ke ano o ka 
noonoo ana no ke kumumanao. 

Treai/y, n. He kuikahi. Reciprocity 

treaty, kuikahi panai like. 
Treb'le, n. Leo wahine. Syn. soprano 
Treb'le, adj. Pa-kolu. Syn. three-fold* 
Tree, n. Kumu laau. 
Tree, v. E hahai a pii i ke kunmlaau. 
Trem'ble, v. E haalulu. 
Tre-men'd oils, adj. Weliweli ka nui. 
Tre'mor, n. He haalulu. 
Trem'u -lofts, adj. Haalulu: kapalili; 

Trench, ii. Awaa; auwaha. 
Treneb/er, n. 1. Mea eli auwaha. 

2. Pa laau palahalaha; mea lawe ai. 
Trend, n. Ka huli ana; ka aui ana. 

The trend of the coast, ka hull ana o ke 

Trep-i-da'tion, n. Kapalili o ka hou- 

po; hopohopo nui. 
Tresspass, v. E komo hewa. 
Tresspass, n. 1. Hewa; hala. 

2. Komo hewa. 
Tres'pass-er, n. 1. Mea komo hewa. 

2. Kanaka hewa. 
Tress, n. Owili lauoho. 
Tres'tle, n. He mea laau paipai. A 

trestle bridge, he alahaka i paipaiia ma- 

lima o na koo laau. 
Tri'al, n. 1. He hoao. 

2. He popilikia. Trials of life, na po- 
pilikia o keia ola. 

3. He hookolokolo. 
Trl'ang-le, n. Huina kolu. Might- 
angled triangle, huina kolu kupono. 
Obtuse-angled triangle, huina kolu pe- 
leleu. Isosceles triangle, huina-kolu- 
aoao like-lua. 

Trl-an'gu-lar, adj. Huina kolu. 

Tribe, n. Mamo; ohana. 

Trab'ti-la'tion, n. Popilikia. 

Tri-bu'nal, n. Aha hookolokolo. 

Trib'tine, n. Lunakanawai o Roma i 
ka wa kahiko. 

Trib'u-ta-ry, n. Muliwai lala'; he la'- 

Trib'xi-ta-ry, adj. Auhauia. 

Trib'ute» n. Auhau. 

Trice, n, Manawa ole. Syn. moment. 

Trick, n. 1. Hana akamai. Syn. jug- 
gle; sleight. 

2. Hana apiki ; hana maalea. Syn. 

3. Ano. Syn. trait. 
Trick'isli., adj. Maalea; apiki. 

Trick'le, is. E kulu; e kahe lolohi 
Tri'dent, n. He ihe me na manamana 

Tri-eii'ni-al, adj. Kela me keia kolu 

Trl'fle, n. Mea liilii. 
Trl'fle, v. E paani wale. 
TrI'fler, n. Mea lauwili wale, noonoo 

ole; he puni lealea. 
Trifling, adj. Mea ole; mea liilii. Syn. 

trivial. Of trifling importance, he mea 

Trigger, n. Ke ki o ka pu. 
Trig'o-ndHi'e-try, n. Ana huinakolu. 
Trill, n. Ka haalulu o ka leo ma ke 

TriPlion, adj. Teriliona. 
Trim, adj. Aulii; mikioi; maikai. Syn. 

Trim, v. 1. E paipai. Trim a tree, e pai- 
pai i ke kumulaau. 

2. E hooponopono. Trim sail, e hoo- 

ponopono i na pea. 
Trim'mer, n. 1. Mea paipai. 

2. Hoopilimeaai. 
Trim'ming, n. Mea kahiko lole. 
Trin'i-ty, n, Ke Kahikolu; Ke Akma. 
Trink^et, n. Mea liilii milimili. 
Trl-iao'mi-al, n. Kuaniti mahele ekolu. 
Trio, n. 1. Mele leo ekolu. 

2. Ekolu mea. 
Trip, v. 1. E hele mikioi. Syn. trip 


2. E okupe. Syn. trip up. 

3. E hoohina ; e kulai. 

Trip, n. Huakai makaikai. Syn. ex- 

Trl-part'Ite, adj. Mahele pa-kolu. 

Trip'-hani'mer, n. Hamale mikini. 

Trip'le, adj. Pa-kolu. Syn. three- 

Trip'li-cate, adj. Pa-kolu. 

Trl'pod, n. Laau kukulu panana. 

Trl-sect', v. E oki pa-kolu. 

Tri-sec'tion, n. Ka oki pa-kolu ana. 

Tri-syl'la-ble, n. Hua olelo mamala 

Trite, adj. Kahiko. Syn. old; com- 
mon. A trite saying, he olelo kahiko. 

Trit'u-rate, v. E wili a aeae loa; e kui 
a aeae. Syn. pulverise. 

Tn'umph, v. i. E lanakila. 
2. E hauoli nui. 

Trl-fimpb/ant, adj. Lanakila. 

TrI-um/vi-rate, n. Ke aupuni o na 'HI 

Triv'i-al, adj. Mea liilii wale no. Syn. 

Trom'bone, n. Kekahi ano ohepuhi. 

Troop, n. He puali koa; puali. 

Troop'er, n. Koa lio. 

Tro'phy, n. Hoailona no ka lanakila. 

Trop'ie, n. Poai. Tropic of Cancer, Poai 
Olu Akau. Tropic of Capricorn, Poai 
Olu Hema. 

Trop'ic-al, adj. No na wahi mahana. 
Tropical verdure, ka uliuli o na wahi 




Trot, v. E holokuku; e holo peki. To 

pace, e hoolailai. 
Trdt'ter, n, Lio holo kuku. 
Troub'le, n. Pilikia. 
Troub'le-some, adj. 1. Hoopilikia wa- 

2. Koe-a'. 
Trtfub'lous, adj. Popilikia. Troublous 

times, na wa popilikia. 
Trough. (trawf), n. Holowaa hanai 

2. The trough of the sea, ka poll o na ale. 
Trousers, n. Paa lole wawae. Syn. 

Trous'seau (tru'-so), n. Na kahiko 

mare no ka wahine. 
Trow'el, n. Mea harao puna. 
Tru/ara-cy, n. Ka haalele ana i ke kula. 
Tru/antJ n. Keiki haalele kula. 
Truce* n. Kuikahi ku i ka wa. 
Trti«k, n. 1. Kaaliilii halihali ukana. 

2. Kela me keia mea liilii kuai. 
True'u-lent, adj. Lokoino; hihiu. Syn. 

Trudge, v. E maalo ae. 
True, adj. Oiaio. 
True'heart'ed, adj. Naau oiaio; ku- 

paa. . 
Tru'ism, n. He oiaio maopopo lea. 

Syn. axiom. 
Tru'ly, adv. Oiaio; me ka oiaio. 
Trump, v. A trumped up charge, lie hoo- 

pii imihala. 
Trump'et, n. Pu kani memele. 
Trump'et-er, w. Meahookanipu. 
Trun'dle, v. E olokaa. 
Trunk, n. 1. Pahu lole. 

2. Ihu o ka elepani. 

3. He alanui hao loihi nona na lala'. 

4. Ke kumu o ka laau. 
Trust, n. 1. Paulele. 

2. Hoo-aie'. 
Trus-tee', n. Puuku. 

^rSft^or-thyi °* PaHleleia. 

Truth, n. Oiaio. 

Truth'ful, adj. Oiaio. 

Try, v. E hoao. 

Try'ingr,ae;. Pilikia. A trying occasion, 

he nianawa pilikia. 
Tub, n. He ta-bu. 
Tube, n. One. 
Tu'bu-lar, adj. Me he ohe la; ohe. A 

tubular boiler, he ipu hao piha i na one. 
T&ck, n. He pelu ma ka aahu. 
Tues'day, n* Poalua. 
Tuft, n. Eka Tuft of hair, eka' lauoho. 
Tug, n % Moku mahu hookolo moku. 
Tug, v. 2. E huki ikaika. 

2. E hookolo moku. 
Tu-i'tion, n. Ke ao ana. Tuition fees, 

ka uku no ke ao ana. 
Tum'ble, v. 1. E kaa. Syn. roll. 

2. Tumble down, e hiolo; e hina. 

3. E kulai: e hoohina. 
Tum'bler, n. Kiaha aniani. 
Tu'mor, n. Puu; mai pehu. 
Tu'mult, 7i. Haunaele;uluao'a 

Tu-mult'u-ous, adj. 1. Uluaoa; hauna- 


2. Tumultuous waves, na ale kupikt- 

Tu'mu-lus, n. He ahua lepo. 
Tune, n. Leo mele. 
Tune, v. E hoomakaukau i na mea 

Tun'nel, n. 1. Tini ukuhi. 

2. He alanui iloko o ka honua. 
Tur'ban, n. Kaei poo. 
Tur'bid, adj. Lepo. Turbid water, wai 

Tur'bu-lent, adj. 1. Hoohaunaele; 

uluaoa. Syn. noisy. 

2. Ooloku. Turbulent waters, na ale 

Tu-reen', n. Ipu kai. 
Tuif, n. Puupuu mauu. Syn. sod. 
Tur'key, n. He palahu'. 
Tur'moil, n. Wawa; haunaele. Syn. 

Turn v. 1. E huli. Turn to the right, e 

huli i ka pono. 

2. E aui. To turn on hinges, e olepe. 

3. E wili. 

4. E awaawa. The milk has turned, ua 
awaawa ka waiu. 

Turn, n. 1. Ka huli ana, 

2. He wa. Your turn , kou wa. 
Turn'eoat, n. Kanaka loli lua o ka 

Turn'er, n. Kanaka wili poepoe. 
Turn'ing, 1. Oihana wili poepoe. 

2. Ka huli ana; ka aui ana. 
Turn'ing-lathe, n. Mikini wili poepoe. 
Turn'key , n. Kahu malama ki o ka hale 

Turn'pike, n. Puka komo no ke ala- 
nui i auhauia. 
Turn'stile, n. Puka kakaa ma ka pa. 
Tur'pen-tine, n. Wai hoomaloo pena. 
Tur'pi-tude, n. Ano haahaa ino. Syn. 

Tur'ret, n. 1. He hale pakui. 

2. Paku no ka pu nui o ka moku ma- 

Tur'tle, n. He ea; honu. 
Tur'tle-dove, n. Manu nunu. - 
Tusk, n. Nino nui loloa. 
Tus'sle, n. He aumeume. Syn. scuffle. 
To/tor, n. Kumu-ao. 
T wad 'die, n. He walaau wale. 
Twain, adj. Elua. 
Twang, n. Ke kani ana o ka pana; a 

ukeke paha. 
Tweak, v. E iniki. Syn. pinch. 
Tweez'ers, n. Upa' umiki. 
Twelfth, adj. Hapa-umikumamalua. 
Twelve, adj. Umikumamalua. 
Twelve'nionth, n. Makahiki. Syn. 

Twenty, adj. Iwakalua. 
Twice, adj. Pa-lua. 
Twig, n. Laalaau. 

TwI'Hght, n. Morning twilight, alaula; 
pawa. Evening twilight, liula'. Morn- 
ing or evening twilight, molehulehu. 




Twin, n. Mahoe. 
Twine, n. Lopi kuaina. 
Twine, v. 1. E milo ; e hill. 

2. Twine about (as vines), e hoohihi. 

3. Twine the arms, e puliki. 
Twinge, n. He umii. 
Twink'le, v. E imo; e Imolmo. 
Twirl, v. E wili; e kaa. 
Twist, v. E kilo; hili; milo. 
Twit, v. E loiloi; e nuku. 

Twitch, v. E huki ino; e kailiino. Syn. 

Twitfter, n. Ka walaau o ka manu. 
Two (too), adj. Elua. 
Two'-edged, adj. Oi eltta. 
Two'fold, adj. Pa-lua. 
Type, n. 1. Hua kepaiu 

2. Hoailona. Syn. emblem. 
Ty/phojid (ty'foid), n* He fiva nui. 
Ty'phoon (ty-foon'), n. Makani pu- 

kiki ma ke kai o Kina. 
Typ'i-cal, adj. Hoailonaia. Syn. em 

Typ'i-fy, q). E hoailona. 
Ty-pdg'ra-pher, n. Mea paipalapala. 

Syn. printer. 
Ty-pog'ra-pny, n. Paipalapala. Syn. 

Ty-ran'nie-al, adj. Hookaumaha wale. 
Tyr'an-nlze, v. E hookaumaha wale. 
Tyr'an-ny, n. Ka hookaumaha wale. 
Ty'rant, n. Mea hookaumaha wale. 
Ty'ro, n. Mea hou wale no ma ka ike.. 


Ubiq'ui-toiis, adj. Mana wahi a 
pan. Syn. everywhere. 
IJd'dler, n. Ka u o na holoholona, 
IJg/Ii-ness, n. Ino; inoino. 
Ugfly, adj. Inoino; pou'hu. 
UFcer, n. Mai puha'; aai. 
tri/cer-oiis, adj. Aai. 
Ul-te'ri-or, adj. Hope; mahope. 
Ul'ti-mate, adj. Hope loa. Syn. final. 
tjl'ti-niate-ly, adv. Mahope; mahope 
w loa. Syn. finally. 
Tll'ti-ma'tum, n. Olelo hope loa. 
fll'tra, adj. Hala loa. Syn. extreme. 
fjm'brage, n. Huhu; ukiuki. Syn. 

Um-bra'fjeous, adj. Malumalu, Syn. 

TJin-brel'la, n. Mamalu; lou'lu. 
IJm/pIre, n. Mea nana e hooholo i ka 

pono iwaena o na aoao elua. 
Um. He mamala hua olelo e hoike mai- 

ana i ka nele. 
ITn-a'ble, adj. Hiki ole. 
TTn'ae-cept'a-ble, adj. Makemake ole 
~ ia. 

Un'ac-eom'plislied, adj. Hooko ole ia. 
Un'ae-cdunt'a-ble, adj. Pohihihijma- 

„ opopo ole. 

_ -quaint'ed, adj. Ike ole. 

Un'ad-vis/a-ble, adj. Kupono ole. 

Syn. inexpedient. 
TTri'ad-vis/ed-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo 
Un'af-feet/ed, adj. 1. Ano maoh. 

Syn. natural 

2. Hookamanl ole. 

Un'al-ldyed', adj. Makamae. Syn. 

Un-al'ter-a-ble, adj. Loli ole; onipaa. 
Syn. unchangeable. 

Un-a'mi-a-ble, adj. Kaki; keemoa. 

_ Syn. cross. 

XJ'na-nim'i-ty, n. Lokahi o ka ma- 
tt ao. 

U-nan-i-motts, adj. Lokahi. 

"U-nan'i-mous-ly, adv. Me ka lokahi. 

XJn-an'swer-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 
paniia; oiaio. 

Un-an'swer-a-bly, adv. Hiki ole ke 

v hoole ia. 

Un'as-sum'ing;, adj. Akahai; hookie- 

„ kie ole, 

Un'a-vail'ing, adj. 1. Makehewa ; wai* 
wai ole. 
2. Inea. Unavailing labor, hana inea. 

„ Syn. ineffectual. 

Un>a-void~a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke pale 

„ ia. Syn. inevitable. 

Un'a-ware', adj. Ike ole; man ao ole. 

IJn'a- wares,' adv. Hikilele; manao ole 
ia 'ku. Syn. suddenly. 

TJn-bal'aneed, adj. 1. Kaulike ole. 

v 2. Noonoo kupono ole. 

Un'be-^om'ing, adj. Kupono ole. Syn. 

„ unsuitable. 

Un'be-lief , n. Naau hoomaloka. Syn. 

v infidelity. 

Un'be-liev'er, n. He aia'; hoomaloka; 

v hoomalau. 

XJn'be-liev'ing, adj. Manaoio ole; hoo- 

Un-bend', v. 1. E hoo-alualu. 
2. E hoolauna ; e launa oluolu. 




TJn-toeud'img, adj. Oolea;paakiki. Syn. 

Un-bi'ased, adj. Ewaewa ole. Syn. 

Un-bid'den, adj. Kahea ole ia. Syn. 

Urn-bind, v. E wehe ae; e wehe i ka 

Un-blem'islied, adj. Kina' ole. 
Un-blest, adj. Hoopomaikai ole ia. 
Un-blftsb/ing, adj. Honekoa. Syn. im- 
TTn-born, adj. Han an ole ia. 
Un-bo'som, v. E hai pau loa. 
Un-boiiiid'ed, adj. Palena ole. 
Un-brok'en, adj. Wa'hi ole ia.' Syn. 

Un-bfcck'le, v. E wehe i ka pihipihi. 
XJn~bnr'Ied, adj. 1. Kanu ole ia. 

2. Hoolewa ole ia. 
Un-bur'den, v. 1. E kala i ka haawe. 
2. E hai pan mai i ke kanmaha o ka 
Tln-but'ton, v. E hemo mai ka pihi. 
Un-ceas'iag:, adj. 1. Pau ole; na ole. 

2. ""Man. Syn. unending; ceaseless. 
Un-cer'taiii, adj. Maopopo ole; kana- 

luaia. Syn. doubtful. 
Un-cer'tain-ty, n. He kanalua; kula- 

nalana. Syn. doubt. 
Un-cnange'a-ble, adj. Lull ole; loli 

Uii-cbar'i-ta-bl©, adj. Aloha ole; lan- 
lea ole. 
Un-chaste', adj. Maemae ole; hanmia. 

Syn. impure. 
Un -christian, adj. Ku-e' i ke ano 

Un-civ'il, adj. Makoe-a'; kamaniha. 

Syn. impolite. 
TJn-civ'il-ized, adj. Naaupo; kuaaina. 
Un-civ'il-ly, adv. Makoe-a'. Syn. im- 
w politely; rudely. 

TTn-cle, 11. Makuakane ma ka hanauna. 
Un-elēan', adj. Maemae ole; paele; 

TTn-elean'iiess, n. Paumaele; haukae. 
TTn-eloud'ed, adj. Alaneo. 
Un-clase', v. E wehe ae. 
Un-coil', u. E ko-a', 
l T n-«6me'ly, adj. Naniole; pou'hu, 
Un-com'fort-a-ble, adj. Oluolu ole. 
XJn-eom'mon, adj. 1. Kakaikahi. Syn. 

2. Ano e. Syn. unusual. 
XJn-com'mon-ly, adv. 1. Loa. Un- 
„ commonly bad weather, he wa ino loa. 
tJn-eom-iau'ni-ea-tlve, adj. Ekemu 

IJn-com'pro-ims'ing;, adj. 1. Launa 
ole; laulea ole. 
2. Onipaa. Syn. firm 
XJn'con-cern', n. Unea; hoomalau. 
v Sy"n. indifference. 

TJn'eon-cern'ed-ly, adv. Wale. To look 
unconcernedly on, e nana wale aku no. 
2. Me ke ala ole mai o ka manao. 

tTn'-con-dl'-tion-al, adj. Pau loa; koe 

Uii-«<5n'quer-a-ble, adj. Pioole. Syn. 

Un-cson'scioiis, adj. Noonoo ole; lilo 

ka noonoo. 
Un-eon'scioiis-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo 

ole e mamua. 
Un-eoji'sciows-ness, n. Lele o ka noo- 
noo; ka noonoo ole. 
Un-con'sti-tii'tion-al, adj. Ku-e' i ke 

kumn kanawai. 
Un-cdn'sti-tu'tiott-al'i-ty, n. Keku-e' 
v ana i ke kumukanawai. 
Un'con-trol'la-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole 
ke hoolakalaka ia. 

2. Hiki ole ke uumi ia. Syn. ungov- 
„ ernable. 

īJn'eoii~vērt'ed, adj. Hoohuli ole ia. 
Un-coiip'le, v. Ehookuu. 
XJn-eour'te-oiis, adj. Makoe-a. Syn. 

uncivil; rude. 
TJn-eoiith', adj. Hemahema; kaialile. 

Syn. awkward. 
TJn-eov'er, v. E wehe i ka uhi. 
Une'tion, n. Ka poni ana. 
13 n-a&unt'ea, adj. Wiwoole; koa. Syn. 

TJn'de-eeive', v. E hoike i ka wahahee. 
Un'de-ni'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoole 
„ia; maopopolea. Syn. indisputable. 
Un'de-ni'a-bly, adv. Maopopolea. Syn. 
w indisputably. 

tJn'der, prep, and adv. Malalo iho. 
ITn'der-bid', v. E emi iho ma ke koho 
v ana. 

Un'der-br&sh, n. Nahelehele o kaulu- 

Un'der-€ur'rent, n. Ke au o kahi ho- 
„ honu; ke au ilalo loa. 
Un'der-gd', v. E hoomanawanui. 

Undergo pain, e hoomanawanui i ka 
„ eha. 

Un'der-grad'u-ate, n. Haumana i pu- 
„ka ole mai ke kula nui. 
tlii'der-ground, adj. Iloko iho o ka 

honua; malalo iho o ka lepo. Syn. sub- 
„ terranean. 

tTn'der-growtli, n. Nahelehele o ka 
„ ululaau. 

IJn'der-hand, adv. Huna'; epa. 
tTn'der-lie', v. E waiho malalo iho. 
XJn'der-line', v. E kaha malalo iho. 
XJn'der-ling, n. Mea noho kauwa. 
Un'der-mine', v. 1. E eli malalo iho. 

2. E boon a wall wall Undermine the 
„ health, e hoonawaliwali i ke ola kino. 
TJn'der-neath/, prep. Malalo iho. 
Un'der-pln'ning, n. Ka koo; na pai- 
v pai o ka hale. 

Un'der-rate', v. E koho malalo iho o 
„ ka mea kupono. 
Un'der-seore', v. See underline. 
Un'der-sell', V. E knai emi i ko hai 



TJn'der-sigrned', adj. Kameanonaka 
w inoa malalo ilio. 

Un'der-stand', v. E hoomaopopo. 
TJn'der-stand'ing, n. Ka noonoo. 
fjn'der-strap'per, n. See underling. 
IJn'der-take', v. E hoao. Syn. attempt. 
IJii'der-tak'er, n. Kanaka hoolewa ku- 

Un'der-tak'ing, n. He hana; oihana. 
w Syn. enterprise. 

IJn'der-tone, n. He leo haahaa; leo ha- 
„ wanawana. 

Un'der-tow, n. Ka au malalo iho o ka 
^ilikai, e nolo ku-e' i ka au oluna. 
tJn'der-val'ue, v. Bee underrate. 
tjn'der-wrlt'er, n. Kanaka kakau inoa 

no ka panai waiwai. 
Un'de-serv'ing, adj. Pono ole. 
tJn'de-ter'mined, adj. Hoomaopopo 
„ ole ia. 
Un-de'vi-a'tin^, adj. Pololei loa; aui 

ole. Syn. straight. 
Un'di-vld'ed, adj. Okoa; mahele ole 

TJn-do', v. 1. E wehe hou ae. 

2. E hookahuli i ka mea i nana ia. 
Un-done', p. p. 1. Koole ia; waiho wale 


2. Poino. 
Un-dotabt'ed, adj. Akaka lea. Syn. 

TJn-donbt/ed-ly, adv. Pela io no. 
yn-dress', v. E wehe i ke kapa. 
Dti'dress, n. Kapa komo wale. 
IJn/du-late, v. 1. E aleale; kapalili; 

hulili. Syn. vibrate. 

2. Undulating ■, (as ground,) malualua. 
_ Syn. uneven. 

U.n'du-la-to'ry, adj. Aleale; kapalili. 
TJti-due', adj. Pono ole. 
Un-du'ly, adv. Pono ole; loa. Syn. im- 
properly. Unduly excited, pihoihoi loa. 

Unduly influenced, hoohuli pono ole ia 

ka manao. 
"Un-dy'ing, adj. Make ole; mae ole. 
Un-eartb', v. E huai. 
Un-eartb'ly, adj. Eehia. 
Un-eas'y, adj. Pihoihoi; malia ole. 
v Syn. restless. 
Un-end'ing, adj. Mau loa; pau ole. 

Syn. everlasting. 
Un-e'qual, adj. 1. Like ole. 

2. Ewaewa. Syn. unjust. 
Un-e'qual-ly, adv. Like ole. 
Uii'e-quiv'o-cal, adj. Ewaewa ole; 

oiaio. Syn. straightforward. 
TJn-err'ing, adj. Kuhihewa ole; po- 
lolei ]oa. 
Un-e'ven, adj. Malualua; apuupuu; 

IJn'ex-am'pled, adj. Lua ole. 
IJn'ex-cep'tioin-a-ble, adj. Kina' ole. 
Vn'eTc-peeVea, adj. Hikilele; manao 

ole ia mamua. Syn. unlooked for. 

ijn'ex-peet'ed-ly, adv. Manao ole ia; 

lone ole ia. Me arrived unexpectedly, 

kumaioiame ka lone ole ia; or, me 

ka manao ole ia. 
Un-fail/ing, adj. Mau; pau ole. 
Un-fair', adj. Paewaewa; kapakahi. 
Un-fair'nes's, n. Ewaewa; kapakahi 

o ka hana. 
Un-faitb/fiil, adj. Malama pono ole. 
Un-fash'ion-a-ble, adj. Kuaaina; ku 

ole i ka mea mau. 
TJn-fast'en, v. E wehe. 
Un-fatb/om-a-ble, adj. Hohonu loa; 

Un-fav'or-a-ble, adj. 1. Kupono ole; 

maikai ole. Unfavorable weather, wa 

kupono ole. 

2. Oluolu ole ; malm ole ; ku-e. 
Un-fav'or-a-bly, adv. Ku-e. Report 

unfavorably, e hoike kue. 
TJn-feel'ing, adj. Lokoino; naau paa- 

kiki; menemene ole. Syn hard-hearted. 
Un-feigned', adj. Oiaio; hookamani 

Un-fenced', adj. Paa ole i ka pa. 
TJn-f il'ial, adj. Aloha ole i ka makua. 
Un-fin'ished, adj. Paa olejkohapa. 

Syn. incomplete. 
Un-fit', adj. Kupono ole; makaukau 

Un-fold, v. 1. E wehe i kaopi. 
^2. E hohola; e uhola. 
IJn'for-giv'en, adj. Huikala ole ia. 
tin 'for-griv'ing, adj. Hoomauhala. 
Un-fdrt'u-nate, adj. Pilikia; poino. 
Un-foimd'ed, adj. Kahua ole; oiaio 

Un'fre-queiitfed, adj. Hele pinepine 

ole ia. 
TJn-fre'qTient-ly, adj. Kakaikahi; pine- 
pine ole. 
Un-friend'ly, adj. Launa ole; enemi. 
Un-fruit'ful, adj. Hua ole; panoa. 
"Un-furF, v. E wehe. 
Un-fur'nislied, adj. 1. Hoolako ole ia; 


2. Olohelohe. An unfurnished room, 

he keena olohelohe. 
TJn-grain'ly, adj. Hemahema; ma- 

nuea. Syn. blundering; ungraceful. 
Un-gen'er-ous, adj. Pi; a'ua. Syn. 

TJn-god'ly, adj. Aia'; hewa; hooma- 

trn-gov'ern-a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke 

hoolakalaka ia; hoomalu ole ia. 

2. Hiki ole ke uumi ia. An ungovern- 
able temper > he huhu i hiki ole ke uumi 

Un-gnrace'ful, adj. Mikioi ole; papalale. 
IJn-gra'cioiis, adj. Oluolu ole; loko- 

Tln-grate-fiil, adj. Aloha ole. 
Uii-hal 'lowed, adj. Hewa. Unhalloived 

pleasures, na lealeahewa. Syn. unholy; 

Un-hand'some-ly, adv. Meka pololei 



TTn-liand'y, adj. Hemahema ma ka 

hana; makaukau ole. Syn. awkward. 
Un-hap'py, adj. Oluolu ole; kaumaha. 
Un-har'ness, v. E wehe i ka lei o ka lio. 
Un-health/y, adj. Omaimai; kupono 

ole i ke ola kino. Syn. sickly. 
Un-heard', adj. Lohe ole ia. Unheard 

of, mea hou; kupaianaha. 
Un-hes'i-ta-ting, adj. Kanalua ole. 

Unhesitating obedience, ka hoolohe kana- 

lua ole. 
Un-hes'I-ta'ting-ly, adv. Me ke kana- 
lua ole. 
TJn-hinge', v. E wehe mai kona ami. 
Un-hitch/, v. E wehe i ka nikii. 
Un-ho'ly, adj. Aia'; hemolele ole. 
Un-hook', v. E wehe i ka lou. 
Un-horse, v. E kiola mai ka lio. 
Un -h. urt/, adj. Ehaole; poino ole. 
U'm-form, adj. Like; ano like. 
U'ni-form, n. Lole koa; lole kahiko 
^like. A 

tJ'ni-fdrm'-i-ty, n. Ke ano like. 
V-ni'-fdrm-ly, adj. Mau. 
Un'im-i>eacb/a-ble, adj. 1. Hiki ole 

ke hooleia. 
v 2. Kina'ole. Syn. blameless. 
Un'in-tel'li-gi-ble, adj.l. Maopopo ole. 
w 2. Namunamu wale ia. 
TJn-in'ter-est-ed, adj. Molowa ma ka 

tJn-in'ter-est-iiig, adj. Hoohoihoi ole; 

eleu ole. An uninteresting speech, he 

haiolelo hoohoihoi ole. 
IJn'ion, n. 1. He hui. 

2. Ka hoohui ana. 

3. Ke ano lokahi. Syn. unity. 
_4. The Union, Amerika Huipuia. 
U-nique' (ū-neek',) adj. Lua ole; ano 
_e loa. 

U'ni-son, a. Like; lokahi. Bead in uni- 
son, e heluheiu like. 

_2. Pualu. 

TT'nlt, n. Mea hookahi. 

U-nite', v. E hoohui; e hookuikui. 

U-nlt'ed-ly, adv. Alu pu. To work 

_unitedly, e alu pu ma ka hana. 

U'ni-ty, n. 1. Lokahi. 

_2. Mea hookahi. 

tr'ni-vers'al, adj. Mai o a o; a pau loa. 

U'ni-vers'al-ism, n. Ka manaoio e ola 

_mau loa'na kanaka a pau ma ka lani. 

TJ'ni-vers'al-ly, adv. Mai o a o. 

XT'nJ-verse, n. Na ao a pau. 

U'ni-vers'ity, n. Kula nui; kahi i ao- 
ia'i na ike a pau. 

Un-just/, adj. Pono ole; paewaewa; 
hoopono ole. 

Urn-kind', adj. Lokomaikai ole; lokoi- 

TJn-Mnd'ly, adv. Lokoino. 

Un-know'ing-ly, adv. Me ka ike ole; 
me kanaaupo. 

Un-known, adj. Ike ole ia. 

Un-lade', v. E hoolei ukana. 

Un-law'ful, adj. Ku-e' i ke kanawai. 
Syn". illegal. 

Un-law'ful-ly, adv. Me ke kanawai ole. 

TJn-learn', v. E hoopoina. 
Un-learned', adj. Ike ole ; naaupo. 
Un-less', conj. Ke ole. 
Un-let'tered, adj. Ike ole i ka palapa- 

la. Syn. illiterate. 
TTn-like', adj. Like ole. 
Un-like'ly, adj. 1. Aole paha. 
2. An unlikely story, he kaao oiaio ole 
paha. Syn. improbable. 
Un-lim'it-ed, adj. Palena ole. Syn. 

Un-load', v. E hoolei ukana. Unload 

a ship, e hoolei ka ukana o ka moku. 
Un-lock% v. E ki a wehe. 
Un-16ve'ly, adj. Maikaiole; aloha ole 

Un-lftck'y, adj, Inea; kuonoono ole. 
Un-mān', v. E hoopilihua; hoopauma- 

ko. Syn. unnerve. 
"Un-man'ly, adj. Ku ole i ka hoo-ka- 

Un-man'ner-ly, adj. Kamaniha; pa- 

TJn-mean'ing, adj. Ano ole. 
Un-mer'ci-ful, adj. Lokoino; makona. 

Syn. cruel. 
TJn-mer'ci-frul-ly, adv. Me ka lokoino. 
fjn'mis-tak'a-ble, adj. Maopopolea; 
v akaka lea. 
Un-nat'ur-al, adj. 1. Aloha ole. An 

unnatural parent, he makua aloha ole. 
„2. Kue i ke ano mau. 
Un-nēc'es-sā'ry,odj. Makehewa; wai- 

Un-neigh'bor-ly, adj. Launa ole; naa- 

Un-nerve', n. Syn. unman. 
Un-niim'bered, adj. Heki ole ia; lehu- 
„, lehu wale. Syn. numberless. 
Un'6b-str&€t/ed, adj. Keakea ole ia. 
. Syn. unhindered. 

Un'ob-tru/sive, adj. Akahai. Syn. 
tlii-ds'teii-ta'tioiis, adj. Hoohiehie 

ole; akahai. 
Un-pack', v. E wehe i ka mea i hoa ia 

a i haoia paha. 
TJn-pal'at-able, adj. 1. Onoole. 

2. Ku ole i ka makemake. 
TJn-par'al-lel-ed, adj. Lua ole; like 

Un-par'lia-ment'a-ry, adj. Ku ole i 

na rula. 
TJn-pop'u-Iar, adj. Makemake ole ia 

e ka lehulehu. 
Un-pop'u-lar'i-ty, n. Hoowahawaha 

ia e ka lehulehu. 
Un-prec'e-dent-ed, adj. Ike ole ia 

mamua; mea hou. 
Un-prej'u-diced, adj. Hoopono. Syn. 

Uxi'pre-tend'ing, adj. Manao akahai. 
Un-prin'ci-pled, adj. Manao ole i ka 

pono ;_ino loa. 
tln'pro-dsie'tive, adj. Hua ole; panoa. 
Un-prof'it-a-ble, adj. Waiwai ole; 



Un-prof it-a-bly, adv. Makehewa. 
Un-prom'is-ing, adj. Kohu pono ole 

ana. Unpromising weather, wa e koliu 

poao ole ana. 
irn'pro-pi'tious, adj. Kue; pono ole. 

Syn. adverse. 
Un-qual'i-fied, adj. Makaukau ole; 

kupono ole. 
Un-ques'tion-a-ble, adj. Oiaio maoli. 
Un-quēs'tion~a-bly, adv. Oiaio no. 

Syn. certainly. 
TJn-rav'el, v. E hoomohala. 
Un-reas'on-a-ble, adj. 1. Ku ole i 

ka mea pono. 
„ 2. Kauiike ole. 

ITii're-gen'er-ate, adj. Enemi i Ke 
„ Akua. 

Un're-lent'ingf, adj. Menemene ole; 
w hoomauhala loa. 

IJii/re-li'a-ble, adj. Hiki olekepau- 
v lele ia. 

TTn're-mit-ting, adj. Mau; pau ole. 
v Syn. ceaseless. 

Un're-served', adj. Koeole; huna' ole. 
tJriL're-sērv'ed-ly,a^. Koeole; pau loa. 
Un-rest/, n. Ka pihoihoi mau; maha 

Un-riglit'eoiis, adj. Hewa; pono ole. 
Un-rigbt'eous-ness, n. Hewa. Syn. sin. 
TJn-ripe', adj. Oo ole; inaka. 
Un-ri'valed, adj. Luaole; pookela. 
Un-roll', v. E uhola. 
Un-robf , v. E hoohemo i ke kaupoko, 
Un-ruf'iied, adj. 1. Lai; malie; ma- 

2. Pihoihoi ole. Syn. calm. 
TJn-ru'ly, adj. Hookuli; hoolohe ole. 
Un- sad 'die, v. E wehe i ka noho lio. 
XTn-safe', adj. Malu ole; pilikia. 
Un-sal'a-ble, adj. Lilo ole ma ke kuai. 
IJn-sane'ti-fied, adj. Huikala ole ia; 

Un-sat'is-fae'to-ry, adj. Kupono ole 

i kamanao. 
tJn-sa'vo-ry, adj. Mikoole. 
Un-smw', v. 1. E wehe i ka mea i 

wili ia. 

2. E wehe i ke kui nao. 
Un-seru'pu-lous, adj. Manao ole i ka 

pono; mahiehie. Syn. unprincipled. 
TJa-seal', v. E wehe i ka sila. 
Un-searcb'a-ble, adj. Loaa ole ma ka 

imi. Syn. inscrutable. 
TJn-sea'son-a-ble, adj. Wakuponoole. 

Syn. untimely. 
TTti-seat', 0. E kapai mai ka noho. 
Un-sea'wortli-y, adj. Kupono ole ke 

holo moana. 
TTn-seem'ly, adj. Hilahila; kupono ole. 
Un-seen', adj. Ike maka ole ia. Syn. 

in visible. 
Un-set'tled, adj. 1. Lewawale; kule- 


2. Kalewa; pualewa. 
Un-sliak'en, adj. Oni paa; naue ole. 
Un- sheathe', v. E unuhi ae; e wehe ae 

la mai ka wahi'. He unsheathed his 

swordf unuhi ae la oia i kana pahi-kaua. 

Uu-sīght'Xy, adj. Kohu ole i ka ike o 
kamaka; inoino. 

Un-skill'ful, adj. Akamai ole. SYN. 

Un-so'ci-a-ble, adj. Naanaa; launaole. 

TJn'so-phis'ti-eat-ed, adj. Hookamani 
ole; oiaio; maalea ole. 

Un-sdund', adj. 1. Popopo. Syn. de- 

2. Oiaio ole. Syn. insincere. 

3. Paa ole. Syn. defective. 
Un-spar'ing adj. Aua ole. With an 

unsparing hand, me ka lima aua ole 

Un-speak'a-ble adj. Hiki ole ke olelo 
ia; hiki ole ke hai ia. Syn. unutterable. 

Un-s^eak'a-bly, adv. Piha; hiki ole ke 
hai ia. Unspeakably happy, hauoli pi- 
ha. Syn. unutterably. 

Un-spdt' ted, adj. Paele ole; maemae. 

tTn-sta'ble, adj. Lauwili wale; loli 
wale. Syn. inconstant. 

Un-stead'y, adj. Onioni; luliluli. 

Uti-strung', adj. 1. Uluhua. Nerves 
unstrung, uluhua ka manao. 

w 2. Alualu. 

ITn'sfte-cess'ful, adj. Hoka; kulea ole; 
lanakila ole. 

Un-suit'a-ble, adj. Kupono ole. Syn. 

Uti-tam'a-ble, adj. Hiki ole ke hoola- 
kalaka ia. 

Uti-thank'ful, adj. Aloha ole. Syn. 

Un.-think'ing, adj. Noonoo ole. 

tJn-thrift'y. adj. Syn. shiftless. 

Un-tle', v. E wehe i ka nipuu. 

"Un- til', prep. 1. A. Wait until night, 
e kali a po. 

2. A hiki. Until it is time, a hiki i ka 

Un-time'ly, adj. Wa kupono ole. Syn. 

Un-tir'ing, adj. Luhi ole. Untiring 
,. industry, makaala luhi ole. 

TTn'to,prep. I;ia. Syn. to. 

Un-told', adj. I hai ole ia. Untold suf- 
fering, popilikia i hai ole ia. 

TJ ii- to' ward, adj. 1, Popilikia. Unto- 
ward events, na ouli popilikia. 
2. Ino; kolohe. An untoward man, he 
kanaka kolohe. Syn. perverse. 

Un-trav'el-ed ) 

adj. Hele ole ia. 

U n- true', adj. Oiaio ole. Syn. false. 
Un-truth', n. He wahahee. Syn. false- 

Un-trnth'ftil, adj. Wahahee. 
TJn-twist', v. E mola. 
Un-used'. adj. 1. Lawelawe ole ia; 

waiho wale ia. 

2. Maa ole. Syn. unaccustomed. 

3. Walea ole. 

TJn-us'ii-al, adj. Hou; ike piuepine ole 

Un-var'nislied, adj. 1. Pen a ole ia i 

ka vaniki. 

2. Unvarnished truth, oiaio maoli. 




Un-veil', v. E wehe i ka uhi. 
Un-wa^'ratit-ed, adj. Kauoha ole ia; 

aporio ole ia. 
Un-wa'ry, adj. Maaleaole; puni wale. 
Un-wea'ried, adj. Luhi ole; maha ole. 

Syn. untiring. 
Un-wēll', adj. Omaimai: nawaliwali. 

Syn. ailing. 
Un-wliole'some, ad!?. Kupono ole. Un- 
wholesome food, ai kupono ole. 
Un--wiēld'ly, adj. Nui kupono ole. 
Un-wiVling, adj. Makemake ole; ana. 
Un-wil'lingr-ly, adv. Ahu'ahu'; me ka 

makemake ole. 
Un-wind', v. E wehe i ka mea i will ia. 
Unwind the rope, e wehe i ka owili kanla. 
Un-wise', adj. Naaupo. 
Un-wit'ting-ly, adv. Me ka ike ole; 

me ka naanpo. Syn. ignorantly. 
Un-wont'ed, adj. Maaole; walea ole. 
Un-wor'thi-ly, adv. Me ke kupono ole. 
Un-wor'tiii-ness, n. Ano kupono ole. 
Un-wor'tliy, adj. Kupono ole. 
Un-writ'ten, adj. Kakau ole ia. 
Un-yield'ing, adj. 1. Paakiki; oolea. 

2. Maliu ole. 
Un-yoke', v. E wehe i ka auamo; e 
„ wehe i ka lei bipi. 
Up, adv. Iluna; maluna. 
Up-braid', v. E hoohewa. 
Up-b-eav'al, n. Ke kiola ana iluna. 
Up-heave', v. E kiola iluna. 
Up-liill', adj. 1. Iuka. 

2. Uphill work, hana inea; hana oolea 
Up-hold', v. 1. E kokua. 
2. E koo. Uphold the power, e koo i ka 
man a. , , 

Up-hol'ster~er, n. Kanaka hana l na 

lako hale. 
Up-liol'ster-y, n. Na lako oloko o ka 
-hale. . . 

Up'land, n. 1. Ainakuahiwi;amaouka. 
2. Upland taro, kalo o ka aina maloo. 
Up-lift', v. E hapai iluna. 
Up-on', prep. 1. Ma; maluna. 

2. I. Upon arrival, i ka hiki ana'aku. 
fjp'per, adj. Maluna. Upper room, 

keena maluna. 
Up'per-liand', n. Ka lanakila; ka 

man a oi. Syn. ascendency. 
Up'per-most, adj. Maluna loa. 
Up-raise', v. E hoala iluna; e paipai 
ilnna. , , , . 

Up'riglit, adj. 1. Kupono; kupololei. 
Syn. perpendicular. 
2. Hoopono. Syn. honest. 
Up'right-ness, n. Kuonoono o ka 

noho ana; hoopono. 
Ui>'ris-ing, n. Ke ala ana mai. 
Up'roar, n. He haunaele; uluaoa. 
Up-robt', v. E hehu. 
Up- set', v. 1. E hookahuli. Syn. over- 

2. E hoohanini. 
Up'sliot, n. He hopena. Syn. final 
«issue. . , , . _ ... 

Up' start, n. He mea i lele mai ka lli- 
kole a i ka waiwai nui. 

Up'ward, adj. Iluna'e. 

Up' wards, adv. 1. Keu aku. 

„ 2. Iluna' ku. 

Ur-bane, adj. Laulea; oluolu. Syn. 
„ polite. 

Ur-ban'i-ty, n. Ke ano laulea; ano 
„ oluolu. Syn. politeness. 
Ur'chin, n. Keiki liilii. 
Urge, v. E koi; e kaohi; e kono. Syn. 
„ importune. 

Ur'gent, adj. Koi ana; kaohi ana. An 
_ur gent necessity, he nele e koi ana. 
U'rin-ate, v. E mimi. 
U/rine, n. Mimi. 
Urn, n. He ipu. 

Us, pron. pi. Kakou; (dual) maua; kaua. 
_ Syn. you and I. 

Us'age, n. He hana maa;hana walea. 
_Syn. custom. 
Use, n. 1. Waiwai. 
2. Ka lawelawe ana. 

_3. Pomaikai. 

Use, v. E lawelawe; e lawe a e hoohana. 

_Syn. employ. 

Use'ful, adj. 1. "Waiwai; makepono. 
2. Kokua. A useful boy, keiki kokua. 

_Syn. helpful. 

Use'ful -ly, adv. Makepono. Usefully 

_employed, e hooikaika makepono. 

Use'ful-ness, n. 1. Ka makepono; ka 

_2. Ke ano kokua. 

Use'less, adj. Makehewa; waiwai ole. 

fjse'less-ly, adv. Poho'; makehewa. 

Usli'er, n. 1. Luna hoonoho i ka poe o 
ke anaina. 

„ 2. He kokua kumu. 

Usli'er, v. 1. E hookomo; e kai. Ushered 
into a room, kai ia iloko o ke keena. 

__2. Usher in the day, e wehe i ke alaula. 

U'su-al, adj. Mea mau; mea i maa. 

Ū'sū-aX-ly, adv. He mea mau. 

U'su-rer, n. Kanaka hoopukapuka da- 

U-su'ri-ous, adj. Hoopukapuka ino. 

U-surp', v. E kaili hewa; e lawe wale. 

_ Usurp authority, e lawe wale i ka man a. 

U'sur-pa'tion, v. Ka lawe hewa ana. 

U-surp'er, n. Mea i lawe wale i ka po- 

_no ohai. 

U'su-ry, 7i. Hoopukapuka ino i kedala. 

U-ten'sil, n. Mea hana; mea lawelawe. 

U-til'i-ty, n. Pomaikai. 

Ut'most, adj. Hope loa; loa. 

U-to'pi-an, adj. Makehewa; io ole Sy t n. 

w useless. 

Ut'ter, adj. Loa. Utter destitution, nele 

w loa. 

Ut'ter, v. E ekemu; e hai. 

Ut'ter-ance, n. Olelo; ka hai ana. 

Ut'ter-ly, adv. Loa. Utterly miserable, 
v oki loa. 

Ut'ter-most, adj. Loa. Save to the ut- 
termost, e hoopakele loa. 

Ux-o'ri-oiis, adj. Pili loa i ka wahine 





Vā'«an-cy, n. He hakahaka; wahi 
Vacant, adj. 1. Kaawale; kawaha. 

2. A vacant place, kahi koo; kahi kaa- 

3. A vacant expression of countenance, 
he helehelena nele i ka hoihoi. 

Vacate, v. 1. E waiho kaawale. 
2. E waiho aku. Vacate an office, e wai- 
ho aku i ka oihana. 

Va-ea'tion, n. Wa hoomaha. 

Vae'ci-nate, v. E o lima. 

Vae'cine vi'rus, n. Pal aheehee o lima. 

Vac'il-late, v. E kulanalana; e loli 
wale. Syn. waver. 

Vac/il-la'ting, adj. Kulanalana; lau- 

Va-eu'i-ty *} He hakakaka; kahi kaa- 

Vae'u-um J • wale; wahi ole o loko. 

Va'de-me'cum, ?i. Mealawepu. 

Vag'a-lbond, n. Aea haukae; he hoo- 

Ya/ga-ry, n. Noonoo ulu wale; noonoo 
kupono ole. 

Va/gran-cy, n. Ka aea wale; noho 

Va/grant, _n. See vagabond. 

Vague (vag), adj. Powehiwehi. Syn. 

Vail> „ 1. Hepaku'. 

Veili n ' 2. Heuhimaka. 

Vain, adj. 1. Makehewa, waiwai ole. 
Syn. useless. 
2. Hookiekie; haakei. 

Vain-glo'ri-ous, adj. Hookiekie; haa- 

Vain'ly, adv. Makehewa. 

Val'ance, n. Lole paku' no lalo a me 
luna o ka moe. 

Vale, n. Awawa. 

Val'e-dic-to'ri-an, n. Haumana o ke 
kula nui i haawi i kahaiolelo hope loa. 

Val'e-dle'to-ry, n. Haiolelo hope loa. 

Val'et, n. Kauwa lawelawe kino. 

Val'iant, adj. Koa; aa. Syn. brave. 

VaFid, adj. Pono; kupono. Syn. good; 
sufficient. A valid excuse, he kumu ku- 

Va-lid'i-ty, n. Ka pono; ke kupono. 
Validity of a will, ke kupono o ka pala- 
pala hooilina i ke kanawai. 

Va-lise', n. Pahu ili liilii. 

VaPIey, n. Kahawai; awawa. 

VaPor, n. Ano koa. Syn. bravery 

Val'or-oiis, adj. See valiant. 

VaPu-a-ble, akj. Waiwai. 

Val'u-a'tion, n. Ka hoonohonoho wai 

Val'ue, n. Kumu lilo; waiwai. 
val'ue, v. 1. E manao. Value highly, 

e manao nui aku. Value slightly, e ma- 
nao liilii aku. 

2. E hooholo i kekumukuai; ehooho- 

lo i ka waiwai. 
Valve, n. He pani. 
Van, n. 1. Ilunalewa. 

2. Kaa halihali ukana. 
Vane, n. Ane makani. 
Van'-guard, n. Ke kulana mua o ka 

pualikoamakahuakai; hunalewa. 
Van'ish, v. E nalo koke aku. Syn. 

Van'i-ty, n. Kilohi; haakei. 
Van'quish, v. E hooauhee; hoopio. 

Syn. conquer. 
Van'tage-ground, n. 1. Ke kulana 


2. Ka oi o ka pomaikai. 
Va-por, n. 1. Vapor of steam, mahu. 

2. Ohu. Syn. fog. 
Va'ri-a-Me, adj. Lauwili; loli wale. 

Syn. changeable. 

2. Variable as wind, pahili; lauwili. 
Va'ri-ance, n. Anoku-e; mokuahana. 
Va/ri-a'tion, n. Ka loli ana; aui ana. 
Va'ri-e-gat'ed, n. Kiokio; ponapona. 
Va-n'e-ty, n. Kela me keia ano. 
Va'ri-o-loid, n. Kekahi ano o ka mai 

puupuu liilii. 
Va'ri-ous, adj. Kela me keia. 
Var'nish, n. Vaniki; wai lioohinuhinu. 
Var'nish, v. E hamo i ka vaniki. 
Va'ry, v. E loli ae; e hoo-ano e. 
Vase, n. He ipu loloa. Vase for flowers, 

ipu no na pua. 
Vas'sal, n, Kauwa kuapaa. Syn. 

Vas'sal-age, n. Ka noho ana kauwa 

kuapaa. Syn. slavery. 
Vast, adj. 1. Nui loa. 

2. Palenaole. The vast universe, ke 

ao palena ole. 
Vast-ness, n. Ka nui loa. 
Vat, n. He tabu nui. 
Vault, v. E lele. Syn. jump. 
Vault, n. He lua. Syn. cellar. 
Vaunt, v. E kaena wale. Syn. boast. 
Veal, n. To bipi keiki . 
Veer, v. E aui ae ; e huli ae. 
Veg'e-ta-ble, n. Hua o ka honua; 

meaulu. Thevegetable world, ka ma- 
hele o na mea ulu. 




E ulu wale me lie mea 

Kela me keiamea 
Ikaika nui. Syn. 

Me ka ikaika 

Veg'e-tate, 1), 

kanu la. 
Veg'e-ta'tion, n. 

Ve'he-mence, n. 

Ve'he-ment-ly, adv. 

Ve'hi-ele, n. 1. Kela me keia ano 


2. Mea halihali. 
Veil (vale), n. He nM; uhi no ka 

Veil, v. EuM. 
Vein,?i. 1. Aakoko. 

2. He an metala; a minerala paha 

maloko o ka honua. 
Veined, adj. Paapu i na aa. 
Ve-loc'i-ty, n. Ka mama; ka wikiwiki. 
Vel'vet, n. Lole veleveta. 
Vend, v. E kuai aku. Syn. sell. 
Vend'er) Kanaka kuai aku ; lie ma- 
Vend'orj au'auwa'. 

Ven'due, n. Kuai kudala. Syn. auc- 
Ve-neer', n. Papa lahilahi, mea kapili 

maluna o ka papa e ae. 
Ven'er-a-ble, adj. Ku i ka mahaloia. 
Ven'er-ate, v. E haawi i ka mahalo; e 

Ven'er-a/tion, n. Mahalo; hoomaikai. 
Venge'ance, n. Ka hoopai huhu. 
Ve'ni-al, adj. Hiki ke kalaia. 
Ven'om, n. Mea make. 
Vēn'om-oūs, adj. Awaawa e make ai. 
Ve'notis, adj. IsTo na aa-koko. 
Vent, n. 1. Puka hookahe; kahi e hemo 


2. Ka hoopuka ana. To give vent to 

feelings, e hoopuka manao. 
Vent'-hole, n. Puka hookomo ea. 
Ven'ti-late, v. 1. E hookomo pono i 


2. E hoolaha; hoo-akea. To ventilate 
an opinion, e hoolaha manao 

3. To ventilate a subject, e hooakea i ke- 
kahi mea. 

Yen'ti-la'tion, n. Ka hookomo pono 
ana i ke ea. 

Mea hookomo i ke ea 

E hoao. Syn. risk. 

Yen' ti -la 'tor, n. 

Vent'ure, v. 1. 

2. E aa. 
Yent'ur-some, adj. Aa; koa; maka'u 

ole._ Syn. bold. 
Ve-ra'eio us, adj. Oiaio. Syn. truthful. 
Ve-rac/i-ty, n. Ano oiaio. Syn. truth- 
Ve-ran'da, n. Lanai hale. 
Verb, n. Haina. 
Verb'al, adj. Hai waha; olelo waha. 

Syn. oral. 
Verb'al-ly, adv. "Waha; me ka waha. 

Syn, orally 
Ver-ba'tim, adv. Like loa ma ka olelo. 
Ver-bose', adj. Makena olelo. 
Ver-bos'i-ty, n. Ka nui pono ole o ka 


Ver'dan-cy, n. 1. Ke ano uliuli. 

2. Ano nou; maaole. 
Ver'-dant, n. 1. Uliuli. 

2. Hou; maaole. 
Ver'diet, n. 1. Olelo hooholo a ke jure. 

2. Olelo hooholo. 
Verd'ure, n. Ka uliuli o na mea ulu. 
Verge, v. E hookokoke aku. 
Verge, n. _Ke kae; ka lihi. 
Vēr-i-n-ea'tion,n. Kahooiaana. Syn. 

Ver'i-fy, v. E hooia; e hooiaio. Syn. 

Ver'i-ly, adv. He oiaio. Syn. truly. 
Ver'i-ta-ble, adj. Oiaio maoli. Syn. 

Ver'i-ty, n. Ke ano oiaio. 
Ver-mie'u-lar, adj. Me he enuhe la. 
Ver'mi-fuge, n. Laau hoo-naha no na 

mea ola iloko o ka opu. 
Ver-miFion, n. He hooluu ulaula. 
Ver'min, n. Mea kolo liilii. 
Ver-nae'u-lar, adj. Maoli. Syn. na- 
Ver'nal, adj. No ke kau kupulau. 
Ver'sa-tile, adj. Makaukau ma na 

mea he nui. 
Ver'sa-til'i-ty, n. Ke ano makaukau 

ma kela me keia mea. 
Verse, n. 1. Pauku himeni. 

2. Pauku olelo. 
Versed, adj. Makaukau; akamai. 
Vēr'si-fi-cā'tion, n. Haku mele. 
Ver'sion, n. Ke auo o ka olelo. 
Ver'te-bra, n. Pauku iwi o ka iwi ku- 

sVer'tex, n. 1. Ka piko; ka wekiu. 
2. Kiko hui o ka hum a. 
Ver'ti-eal, adj. Kupono. Syn. per- 
Ver'ti-go, n. Nenewa; poniuniu. 
Ver'y, adv. Loa. Very great, nui loa. 
Ves'per, adj. Ahiahi. Vesper bell, bele 

pule ahiahi. 
Yes'pers, n. Halawai haipule ahiahi. 
Ves'sel, n. 1. Moku. 

2. Ipu;apu. 
Vest, n. Puliki. 
Vest'ed, adj. Pili paa. Vested rights , 

pono pili paa. 
Yes'ti-bule, n. Ipuka. 
Ves'tige, n. He meheu; lihi iki. Syn. 

Yes'try, n. 1. Keena halawai no na 
luna ekalesia. 
2. Aha luna ekalesia. 
Vest' lire, n. Lole komo; aahu. Syn. 

Vet'er-an, n. 1. Koa kahiko. 

2. Mea i maa; mea i walea. 
Vet'er-i-na-ry, adj. Pili i ka lapaau 

Ve'to, ii. E hoole. To veto a bill, e hoole 

i ka bila. 
Vex, v. E hoonaukiuki; hoouluhua. 

Syn. tease. 
Vex-a'tion, n. Mea luhi wale; mea 




Vear-a/tloiis, adj. Luhiwale; hoo-ulu- 

Via, adv. Ma o. Syn. "by way of. Via 

Honolulu, ma o Honolulu la. 
Vl'a-du«t, n. He alahaka no ke ala- 

nui hao. 
Vi'al, n. Omole liilii. 
VPands, n. Kela me keia mea ai. Syn. 

Vl'brate, v. 1. E lewa; e mahiki. Syn. 


2. Ehulili. 
Vi-tora'tion, n. 1. Ka mahiki ana. 

2. Kahulili ana. Vibrations of light, 

hulili o na kukuna malamalama. 
Vi'bra-to~ry, adv. Mahikihiki. 
Vi-ea'ri-oiis, adj. Panai; panihaka- 

Vice, n. 1. Hewa;hala; ino. 

27 He uma. 
Vice, prep. Ma ka hakahaka. 
Vi«e-€OJi/siil, n. He hope kanikele. 
Vlce'pres'I-dent, n. Hope peresidena. 
Vice-roy', n. Hope moi. 
Vi-cln'i-ty, n. Kahi kokoke. Syn. 

VFcious, adj. 1. Puni i ka ino; hau- 


2. Ino ; huhu. A vicious horse, he lio 

Vi-cls'si-tude, n. Luli; loli. Syn. 

ch"ange. Vicissitudes of life, na loli ana 

o keia ola. 
Victim, n. 1. He pio. 

2. Mea hoopunihei ia. 
Vlc'tim-ize, v. E hoopunihei. 
Vfe'tor, n. Ka mea i lanakila. Syn. 

Vi€-tō'ri-oūs, adj. Lanakila. Syn. 

Vle'tory, n. Ka lanakila. Syn. triumph. 
VIet/u-al, v. E hoolako i ka ai. 
Vlet'uals (vit-lz), n. Na mea ai. 
Vie, v. E hooikaika i like. 
View, v. E nana. 
View, n. Kananaina. 
Vig'il, %. Ke kiai i ka po. 
Vig'i-lance, n. Ke ano makaala ;kuoo. 
Vigr'i-lant, adj. Kuoo; kiai; makaala. 
Vig'or, n. Ikaika. Syn. strength. 
Vig^or-oiis, adj. I. Ikaika; makaala. 

Syn. strong; energetic. 

2. Vigorous in growth, koii; slow in 

growth, ko-i'. 
Vile, adj. Haukae; paumaele; pelapela. 
Vile'ness, n. He paumaele; he haukea. 
ViPi-fi-er, n. He hakuepa; kanaka 

niania. Syn. traducer. 
Vil'i-fy, v. E olelo ino; hakuepa. 
ViFla, n. Hale noho ma kuaaina no ka 

poe koikoi. 
Village, n. He kau-hale. 
ViFla-g-er, n. Kamaaina o kauhale. 
' Vil'lain, n. Kanaka lilo loa i ka hewa. 

Syn. scoundrel. 
Vil'lain-otts, adj. Hewa loa; ino loa. 
VIFlain-y, n. Hana keekee loa. 

Vin'di-eate, v. Ehoapono. Syn. justify 

VIn'di-ea'tion, n. Ka hoapono ana. 

Vin'di-ea'tor, n. Ka mea e hoapono 

Vin-die'tive, adj. Hoomauhala. Syn. 

Vin-dic'tive-ness, n. He hoomauhala. 

Vine, n. 1. Laau hihi. 
2. Grape vine, kumu waina. 

Vixi/e-gar, n. Vinika. 

Vlne'yard, n. Mala waina. 

Vint'agre, n. 1. Na hua o ka mala 
2. Wa ohi hua o ka mala waina. 

Vint'a-grer, n. Mea ohi hua waina. 

Vl'o-late, v. 1. E lima ikaika aku; e 

2. Ehanaku-e aku; e haki. Violate 
his promise, e haki i kana olelo ae. 

Vi'o-la'tion, n. 1. Ka pue ana. Syn. 

2. Ka hoohaki ana. Syn. non-ob- 

Vi'o-la'tor, n. 1. Kanaka pue wahine. 
2. Mea hoohaki. 

Vi'o-lence, n. 1. Ka hao wale; lima 
ikaika. " 

2. Ikaika o ka ino. Violence of the 
storm, ka ikaika o ka ino. 

Vl'o-lent, adj. 1. Ino. A violent wind, 
makani ino. 

2. A violent man, he kanaka hikiwawe 
i ka huhu. 

Vi'o-lin, n. He pila; violina. 

Vl'per, n. Nahesa niho awa. 

Vi-ra'go, n. Wahine nuku wale; wa- 
hine mahaoi. 

Vir'gin, n. Wahine puupaa. 

Vir-gm'i-ty, n. Ka noho ana wahine 

Vi'rile, adj. Ano kane. 

VIr'tu-al-ly, adj. Aneane; mehe mea 

Vlr'tue, n. 1. Pono. 
2. Mana. Syn. power. 

Vir'tu-ous, adj. Pono; noho pololei. 

Vir'u-lent, adj. 1. Awahia loa. A viru- 
lent poison, he laau make, laau awahia. 
2. Manao enemi loa. Syn. malignant. 

VPrus, n. Palaheehee. 

Vis'age, n. Helehelena. Syn. counte- 

Vis-a-vis (vlz'a-ve'), n. Healohealo; 
mea imua o ke alo. 

Vis'ce-ra, n. Na naau. 

Vis'cid, adj. Pipili. Syn. sticky. 

Vise", n. He uma. Syn. vice. 

Vis'i-ble, adj. Ike maka ia. Syn. ap- 

Vis'i-bly, adv. I ka ike o ka maka. 

Vis'ion, n. 1. Ka ike o ka maka. Syn. 
2. He hihio. 

Vis'ion-a-ry, adj. Hihio wale. 

Vis'it, v. 1. E launa. Visit persons, e 
launa me kekahi poe. 
2. E makaikai. visit places, e makai- 
kai ma na kauwahi. 




Yls'it-a'tion, n. 1. Ka launa ana; ka 
hele ana e ike. 

2. Ke kau ana mai. Visitation of Di- 
vine Providence, ke kau ana mai o ka 
lima o Ke Akua. 

Vis'it-or, n. He hoalauna ; he makai- 

Vis'ta, n. 1. He nanaina iwaena o ke 
alanui, na ululaau, na awawapaha. 
2. Down the vista of ages, i ke kuamoo 
o na an i hala. 

Vis'u-al, adj. No na maka. 

VFtal, adj. 1. Kupono i ke ola. 

2. A vital necessity, lie mea e pono loa 

3. Of vital importance, waiwai pono; 
ano nui. 

Vi-taFi-ty, n. 1. Ka ikaika o ke ola. 

2. Ano eueu; lalelale. 

3. Small vitality, ano nawaliwali. 
Vi'tals, n. pi. Na lala o ke kino e pili 

loa ana i ke ola. 
Vl'ti-ate, v. 1. E hoolilo i mea ole. Vi- 
tiate a bargain, e hoolilo ka ae-like i 

mea ole. 
Vitfre -ous, adj. Me he aniani la. 
Vit'ri-fy, v. E hoolilo i aniani. 
Vi-tu'per-ate, v. Eolelonukn; olelo 

Vl-tu'per-a'-tion, n. Olelo nuku; 

olelo aki. 
Vi-tu/per-a-tive, adj. Nuku wale; aki. 
Vi- va'cious, adj. Hoihoi; lalelale. Syn. 

Vi-vac'i-ty, n. Ke ano hoihoi; ano 

Vivid, adj. 1. Moakaka. 

2. Olindlino; hulali. 
Vlv'id-ly, adv. 1. Me ka moakaka. 

2. Me ka hulili. 
Yix'en, n. He wahine nuku wale. Syn. 

Viz'ier (Viz-yer), n. Luna kiekie o ke 

aupuni o Tureke. 
Vō-«ab'u-la-ry, n. Buke unuhi olelo. 
Vo'cal, adj. Pili i ka leo. Vocal music, 

leo pa-ko-li. 
Vo'cal-ist, n. Mea akamai i ka pa-ko-li. 
Yo-ca'tion, n. Oihana. Syn. calling; 

business. _ 
Vo-cif er-a'tlon, n. Hauwalaau; wa- 

Vo-cif ; er-oiis, adj. Walaaunui; wawa. 
Voice, n. Leo. 
Voice'less, adj. Leo ole. 
Void, adj. 1. Ole loa. Null and void, 

li'io i mea ole. 

2. Akea; kaawale. A void place, wahi 

Vol'a-tile, adj. 1. Pau koke; puehu 

2. Puni lealea. Syn. gay. 

3. Loli wale. Syn. changeable. 

Vol-«a'no, n. , 1. Mauna pele; luapele. 

2. Ahiaihonua (old). 
Vo-lFtion, n. Ka makemake; ka ma- 

nao. Syn, will. 
VoFley, n. 1. Ke kani like ora pu. 

2. A volley of words, ka nui mai o na 

hua olelo. 
Vdl/u-MFi-ty, n. Ka makaukau ma 

ka olelo. 
VoFu-ble, adj. Makaukau ma ka olelo; 

Vol'ume, n. 1. He buke. 

2. Volume of smoke, he punohu uahi. 

3. Volume of water, mahele o ka wai. 
Vo-lu'iiii-nous, adj. 1. Nui wale o 

na buke. A voluminous author, he mea 

i kakau buke he nui wale. 

2. Kakau nui. A voluminous corre- 
spondence, he kakau nui i na palapala. 
VdFun-ta-ri-ly, adv. Mamuli o ka 

V6Fim-ta-ry, adj. No ka makemake 

VoFun-teer', n. Mea e kokua ana 

mamuli o kona makemake. 
Vol'un-teer', v. 1. E kokua mamuli o 

ka makemake. 

2. E kokua wale. 
Vo-Iupt'u-a-ry, n. Mea puni lealea. 
Vo-likpt'u-ous, adj. Kuko nui ia. 
Vom/it, v. E luai. 

Vo-ra'cioiis, adj. Hoonuu; pakela ai. 
Vo-rac/i-ty, n. Hoonuu ai. 
V6r'te~x, n. Mimilo; lua mimilo. Syn, 

Vo'ta-ry, n. Mea lilo loa i kekahi 

hana. A votary of science, mea lilo loa 

i ke akeakamai. A votary of pleasure, 

mea lilo loa i ka lealea. 
Vote, v. E koho; e balota. 
Vote, n. He koho; he balota. Syn. 

Vot'er, n. Mea koho balota. 
Vo'tive, adj. Hoolaaia. A votive offer" 

ing, he mohai i hoolaa ia. 
Vouch, v. E olelo hoohiki. 
Youch'er, n. Palapala hoike no na 

Vouch- safe', v. E oluolu e pane mai. 
Vow, v. E hoohiki imna o Ke Akua. 
Vow'el, n. Huapalapala lco-kahi. 
Voy'age, n. 1. He holo moana. 

2. He holo ma kela me keia mahele 

3. He holo ma ka baluna. 
V6y'a-ger, n. Mea holo maluna o ke 

kai ; maluna o ka wai» 

V&Fgar, adj. 1. Kuaaina. 
2. Haahaa; pelapela. 

Yul-grar'i-ty, n. Ano haumia; ano pe- 

VuFner-a-Tble, adj. Hiki ke hooehaia. 

Vult'ure, n. Vuletura; manu ai mea 





W ! 

ab'ble, v. E onioni; e naue. 

Wad, w. Umoki pu. 

Wade, v. E hele iloko o ka wai. 

Wa'fer, n. 1. Wepa, mea hoopaa pala- 


2. Hepapaaberenaliilii. 
Waft, v. l. E peahi; e ani. 

2. E halihali. 
Wag, n. Kanaka hooakaaka. 
Wag, v. E onioni; e luliluli. 
Wage, v. Wage war, e hoouka kana. 
Wa'ger, v. E pili waiwai. Syn. bet. 
Wa'ges, n. Uku hana. 
Wag'ger-y, n. Ano hooakaaka; olelo 

Wag'on, n. Kaa lio. 
W ag'on-er, n. Mea hookele kaa. 
Wāil,n. Leokaniuhu'; uwe; leopihe' 
Waist, n. Ka puhaka. 
Waist'band, n. Kaei puhaka. 
Waist'eoat, n. Puliki. Syn. vest. 
Wait, v. 1. E kali ; e kakali. 

2. E lawelawe. To wait^ on the table, 

e lawelawe ma ka papa aina. 
Wait'er, n. 1. Mea lawelawe ma ka 

papa aina; he kuene. 

2. He pa palahalaha mea lawe ai. 
Wait'ingr-maid, n. Wahine lawelawe. 
Wait'ress, n. Kuene wahine. 
"Waive, v. E haalele; e waiho. Syn. 

Wake, v, E ala mai. 
Wāke, n. Ka aweawe kai o ka moku. 
Wake'ful, adj. Hiaa; makaala. 
Wā'ken, v. E hoo-ala mai ka hiamoe. 
Walk, v. 1. E hele wawae. 

2*.' Walk stealthily, e amio. 
Walk, n. Ka hele malie ana ma ka 


2. He ala mawaena o ke kihapai. 

3. He holoholo. 
Walk'er, n. Mea hele wawae. 
Wall, n. 1. Pa. Stone wall, pa-pohaku. 

% Paia. Wall of a house, ka paia o ka 

Wal'let, n. He aa; he eke. 

Wall'-eyed, adj. Makapaa. A wall- 
eyed horse, he īio makapaa. 

Wal'lop, v. E hahau ikaika. 

Wal'low, v. 1. E kaa ma ka lepo. 
2." Wallow in sin, e lu iloko o ka 
hewa; e kaa iloko o ka nenelu. 

Wall'-pa'per, n. Pepa kapili no ke 

Wam'pum, n. "Lei lehu o na Inikini» 

oia ko lakou dala. 
Wan, adj. Hakeakea. Syn. pale. 
Wand, w. Hekookooloihi; 
Wan'der, v. E auwana; e kuewa. 
W^in'der-er, n. He mea auwana wale; 

heaea; he kuea. t 
Wane, v. E emi iho. The moon wanes, 

ke emi nei ka mahina. 
Want, n. 1. He nele; he ilihune. 

2*.* Ka makemake. 
Wan'ton,ac^'. 1. Uhauhawale. 

2. Makaleho. 
Watn'ton-ly, adv. Uhauha wale. De- 
stroy wantonly, e luku wale ; e hoopoino 

War, n. Kaua. 

War'ble, v. E memele me he manu la. 
War'bler, n. Manu memele. 
War'-€ry, n. Leo hoo'ho kaua. 
Ward,n. 1, Keiki hanai. 

2*.* Heapanamaloko o ke kulanakau- 

hale. Syn. precinct. 

2. Keena o ka hale mai. 
Ward'enJ Kahu malama: luna ki- 
Ward'eri '** ai. 
Ward'robe, n. 1. Wahi e malama lole. 

2*" He ahu lole komo. 
Ward'room, n, Keena hookipa no na 

lima moku manuwa'. 
Ware'nouse, n. Hale hoo-ahu waiwai. 
Wares, n. pi. Na waiwai kuai. Syn. 

War'fare, n. Oihana kaua; ke kaua. 
War'-horse, n, Lio holo kaua. 
Wa/ri-ly, adv. Me ka noonoo akahele. 
War'llke, adj. Puni kaua; koa. 
Warm, adj. 1. Mahana ; pu-mahana. 

2*.' Hoihoi. Syn. ardent. 
Warmth, n. Ka mahana; ka pu-maha- 
na; ke ano hoihoi. 
Warn, v. 1. Eao. Syn. admonish; 


2. E kukala. Syn. give notice. 
Warn'ing, n. 1. Olelo ao. Syn. admo- 

2. Olelo kukala. Syn. notice. 
War'-of'fice, n. Keena oihana kaua. 
Warp, n. 1. Kaula hookolo moku. 

2*." Maawe loloa. 
Warp, v. E aapu; e anapa; na'pana'pa. 
War'rant, n. 1. Palapala haawi mana. 

2." Warrant of arrest, palapala hopu. 

Search warrant, palapala imi. 
War'rant, v. E hoike me ka, maopopo. 



War'rant-a-ble, adj. Kupono; apono- 

ia. Syn. justifiable. 
War'ran-ty, n. He palapala hoopaa. 

Syn. guarantee. 
War'ri-or, n. He koa. Syn. soldier. 
Wart, n. He llikona. 
War'- whoop, n. Hoo'ho kaua analni- 

War'- worn, adj. Maa ike kaua. 
Wa'ry, adj. 1. Noonoo akahele. Syn. 


2, Kuoo ; makaala i na pilikia. 
Wash, v. 1. E holoi. 

2. Wash the shore, e popoi ana ma ka- 

3. Mains wash away, lilo i ka u-'a. 
Wagh'-board, n. 1. Papa holoi lole. 

2." Papa pale e pili ana i ka papa hele. 
Wash'er, n. He apo metala, mea nao. 
Wasli'er-Tvo-man, n. Wahine holoi 

lole. Syn. laundress. 
Wash'ing, n. Na lole holoi. 
W^sp, n. Naloaki; nalo paka. 
Waste, v. E maunawale; hoomauna- 

una; e uhauha. 
Waste'ful, adj. Maunauna; uhauha. 

Syn. prodigal. 
Waste'ful-ness, n. Ka uhauha wale. 
Watch, n. 1. He watiliilii;watipakeke. 

2.' Poe kiai. 

3. Wa kiai. 
Watch, v. E kiai; e kuoo. 
Watch'er, n. He kiai. 
Watch'ful, adj. Makaala; kuoo; kiai. 

Syn. vigilant. 
Wa tch'man, n. Kiai-po ; kiai. 
Watch'tow'er, n. Hale kiai. 
Watch/word, n. Hua olelo huna' no ka 

poe kiai. Syn. password; countersign, 
Wa'ter, n. Wai. 

Wa'ter, v. E hookalie wai; e ka wai. 
Wa'ter-col'ors, n. Na hooluu i kawili 

ia me kawai. 
Wa'ter-course, n. Kahawai; auwai. 
Wa'ter-eress, n. Leikoa. 
Wa'ter-cure, n. Lapaau me ka wai. 
Wa'ter-fall, n. Wai-lele; wai paihi'. 

Syn. cascade. 
Wa'ter-fowl, n. Manu o ka wai. 
Wa'ter-ing-place, n. 1. Wahi hoo- 

Hainu i ka wai. ~ 

2. Wahi e akoakoa ai o kanaka e inu 

i ka wai o ia wahi. 
Wa'ter-level, n. Ili-wai. 
Water-mark, n. He kaha kahi i hiki 

a*i oka wai. High water mark, kaha o 

ka wai nui. Low water mark, kaha o 

ka waiemi. 
Wa'ter-mel'on, n. Ipu aimaka; ipu 

Wa'ter-pail, n. Bakeke wai. 
Wa'ter-pitch'er, n. Pika wai. 
"Wa'ter-pot, n. Bakeke ninini wai. 
Wa'ter-pow'er, n. Ka ikaika o ka 

wai ma ke kaa ana i na hull a. 
Wa/ter-priv'i-legeJ n Ke kuleana 
Wa'ter-right, ) ' ma ka wai 

o 'kahawai. 

Wa'ter-proof, adj. Paa i komo ole ka 

Wa'ter-rate, n. Auhau no ka wai. 
Wa'ter-shed, n. He aina kiekie ma 

ria aoao o kekahi muliwai, e hookahe 

ana i kona wai a iloko o ka muliwai. 

The water shed of the Mississippi, ka aina 

i hookahe ia kona wai a iloko o ka mu- 
liwai Misisipi. 
Wa'ter-soaked, adj. Komoloa ia i ka 

Wa'ter-spout, n. Wai-pui-lani. 
Wa'ter-tight, adj. Paa i komo ole ka 

Wa'ter- wheel, n. Huila kaa i ka wai. 
Wa'ter- works, n. Oihanahoolakowai. 
Wa'ter-y, adj. 1. Loliloli. 

2. Watery eyed, makakole. 
Waul, v. E owao e like me ka popoki. 
Wave,w. 1. Ale. 

2. Wave of the hand, peahi lima. 
Wa'ver, v. E luli wale; e kulanalana. 

Syn. vacillate. 
Wax, n. Pilali nalo meli. 
Wax, v. E mahuahua ae. Wax and 

wane, e mahuahua'e alaila emi mai. 
Wax'work, n. Na mea i hana ia me 

ka pilali. 
Way, n. 1. Ano. 

2._ Ala; alanui. Syn. path. 
Way'bill, n. Papa inoa o na ohua; na 

ee moku. 
Way'far-er, n. Mea hele malihini. 

Syn. traveller. 
Way-lay, v. B powa ma ke alanui; e 

Way'ward, adj. Hookuli; paakiki. 

Syn. perverse. 
Way'ward-ness, n. Ke ano paakiki; 

hookuli. Syn. perversity. 
Way'worn, adj. Luhi ma ke alanui. 
We, pron. j>l. Makou; (dual), maua. 
Weak, adj. Palupalu; nawaliwali. 
Wēak'en, v. E hoonawaliwali; e hoo- 

emi i ka ikaika. 
Weakness, w, L Ano palupalu; ano 


2. Ikaika ole. 
Weak'ling, n. Mea ikaika ole; mea pa- 
Weal, n. Kuonoono; kuapapanui. Syn. 

Wealth, n. 1. Waiwai. Syn. riches. 

2. He lako. Syn. affluence. 

3. Wealth of affection, ka nui o ke aloha. 
Wealth'y, adj. Waiwai; koikoi. Syn. 

Wean, v. 1. E ukuhi i ka waiu. A 

weaned child, he keiki ukuhiia. 

2. E hoohuli. Syn. alienate. 
Wēap'on, n. Mea pale i ka ino; mea 

kaua; meahakaka. 
Wear, v. 1. E aahu; e komo ; e kahiko. 

2. E hookaumaha; hooluhi. 

3. To wear away, e emi iho ka ikaika. 
To ivear out clothes, e komo lole a pau 
ko lakou pono. To wear out one's pa- 
tience, e hoopaupauaho. 




Wea-ri-ly, adv. Me ka luhi. * 

Wea'ri-ness, n. Luhi; maluhiluhi. 

Syn. fatigue. 
Wea'ri-some, adj. Maluhiluhi. Syn. 

Wea'ry, adj. Maluhiluhi; maloeloe; 

luhi. Syn. tired. 
Weath'er, n. Wa. Good weather, wa 

Weath/er, v. E lanakila; Weather the 

gale, e lanakila maluna o ka ino. 
Weath-er-eock, v. Anemakani. Syn. 

Wēath/er-gāge, n. 1. Aoao manai. 

2. Ka aoao lanakila. 
Weatb/er-wise, adj. Akamai ma ke 

kuhikuhi ana i ke ano o ka la. 
"Weave, v. E ulana. 
Weav'er, n. Mea nana e ulana. 
"Web, n. 1. Mea i ulanaia. 

2. Spider's web, he puna welewele. Syn. 

Web'-foot'ed, adj. Wawae koloa. 
Wed, v. 1. E mare. Syn. marry. 

2. E pili. 

Wed'ding, n. He mare. Syn. marriage. 
Wedge, n. He unu. 
Wed'lock, n. Mare. Syn. marriage. 
Wed'nes-day (Wens'day), n. Poako- 

"Wee, adj, Uuku loa. 
"Weed, n. Nahelehele. 
Weed, v. E olaulau; e waele. 
Weed'y, adj. Nahelehele. 
"Week, n._ Hebedoma. 
Week'-day, n. Lanoa. 
Week'ly, &dj. and adv. Kela me keia 

Ween, v. E manao. Syn. think. 
Weep, v. E hookahe wai maka; e uwe'; 

e haloiloi. 
Wee'vil, n. Mil ai palaoa. 
Weigh, (way), v. 1. E kaupaona. 

2." Ē poonoo. Syn . consider. 

3. Weigh anchor, e Iraki i ka heleuma. 
Weight (wate), n. 1. He kaumaha. 

2. Po-ka' kaupaona. 
Weigh t'y, adj. Kaumaha; koikoi. Syn. 

Weird, adj. Eehia; ano lapu. Syn. 

Wel'come, n. Kipa aloha. 
Weld, v. E hookui pu i na mea metala. 
WeFfare, n. Pomaikai; kuonoono o 

ka noho'na. Syn. prosperity. 
WeFkin, n. Ke aouli; na lani. Make 

the welkin ring, e hoo'ho a i na lani. 
Well, n. Lua wai; lua. 
Well, v. E puai mai. 
Well, adj. Mai ole ; ola pono. 
Well, adv. 1. Pono; me kapololei. 

2. Ae. Well, and what did he sayf Ae ; 

a heaha kana i olelo? 
WelP-be'ing, n. See welfare. 
WeTF-bred, adj. Ao pono ia; mikioi. 
WelF-in-formed', adj. Noeau. SyJt. 


WelF-in-tend'ed, adj. Manao maikai 

WelF-kndwn, adj. Ike pono ia; ike 

akea ia;_kaulana. 
WelF-mean'ing, adj. Manao maikai. 
WelF-meant, adj. Syn. well-inten- 
WelF-nigh, adv. Aneane ; kokoke. 
WelF-read, adj. Makaukau ma na 

WelF-pro-por'tioned, adj. Hua-ke'. 
WelP-spent, adj. 1. Hoohala pono ia. 

A well-spent day, he la i hoohala pono 


2. Well-spent money, dala i hoolilo ma- 

kepono ia. 
WelF-spring, n. Puna wai. Syn. 

WelF-wish/er, n. Hoa'loha. Syn. 

WeFter, v. E kaa. Syn. wallow. 
West, n. Ke komohana. 
West/er-ly, Mai ke komohana; i ke 

West'ern, adj. Komohana. 
West'ward, adv. I ke komohana aku. 
Wet, adj. 1. Pulu; kawau. 

2. Wet with perspiration, ka'wakawau'. 
Weth/er, n. Hipa kane i poa ia. 
Wet'-nurse, n. Makua wahine hanai. 
Whale, %. He kohola'-. 
Whale'bone, n. Iwi kohola'. 
Whale' ship, n. Moku o kohola'. 
Wharf, n. He uapo. 
Wharfage, n. 1. Wahi ma ka uapo. 

2. **Uku no ka uapo. 
Wharf'im-ger, n. Luna kiai uapo. 
What, pron. 1. Heaha. 

2. Ka mea. 
What, inter j. Kai ! What a bore! kai ka 


K^eJ^ Kelameteia. 

Wheat, n. Hua palaoa. 

Wheed'le, v. E hoomalimali. Syn. 

coax; flatter. 
Wheel, n. Huila; pokakaa. 
"Wheel, v. E kaa. 

WheePbar-row, n. Kaa-huila-kahi. 
WheePwright, n. Mea hana huila. 
Wheeze, v. E hanou. 
Whelp, n. Keiki holoholona. Syn. 

When, adj. 1. I k:a wa. 

2. Ina hea. 
Whence, adv. Mai kahi; mai hea. 
When-ev'er, ) * I ka wa; ai a. 
When-so-ev'er, ) Whenever you 

like, ai a makemake oe. 
"Where, adv. Ma kahi; mahea; ai ma- 

Where'a-bouts', adv. 1. Mahea la. 

2. Wahi noho. Ms whereabouts, kona 

wahi noho. 
Where-as', adv. Oiai; no ka mea. Syn. 

Where-by'» adv. Mamuli o ia mea. 




Where'fore, adv. 1. Nolaila. Syn. 


2. No ke aha la. Syn. why. 
Where-in', adv. 1. Ma ka mea hea la. 

2. Kahi. Wherein he trusted, kahi ana 

i paulele ai. 
Where-of, adv. Kamea. Whereof he 

spake, ka mea ana i olelo ai. 

Wher-ev'er, j ^ Ma kahi. TFfter- 

Where'so-ev'er, ) ' ever you go, 

ma kahi au e hele ai. 
Where'with-aF, adv. Me ke aha la. 
Whet, v. 1. E hookala. Syn. sharpen. 

2. E hoala;hoo-eueu. Syn. excite. 
Wheth'er, pron. 1. Whether of the two, 

owai o laua. 

2. Ina paha. Whether you like it or 

not, ina paha makemake oe ina aole 

Whet/stone, n. Pohaku hookala; hoa'- 

Whey, n. Ka wai o ka waiu awaawa. 
Which-ev'er, pron. Kela paha; keia 

paha. Whichever you like, kela paha, 

keia paha, ai i kou makemake. 
Whiff, n. 1. Punohu. Whiff of smoke, 

punohu uahi. 

2. Whiff of wind, he wahi puhi makani. 
While, n. Wa; manawa. 
While, v. E hoohala manawa; hoona- 


Whilst I a< ^ v ' 0iai; i ka wa; i- Syn. as. 
Whim, n. He manao i ulu wale mai. 
Whlm'per, v. E uwe. Syn. cry. 
Whim'si-eal, adj. I'-o ole. 
Whine, n. 1. Leo uwe o ka ilio. 

2. Leo ohumuhumu. 
Whm'ney, v. E i'hihi'. Syn. neigh. 
W r hip, n. 1. Laau hahau; laau hill. 

2. Luna akoakoa i na hoa o ka aha- 

olelo o Beritania no ke koho ana. 
Whip, <y. E hili; e hahau. 
Whlp'ple-tree, / Laau hoop aa ike 
Whif'fle-tree, ) "" kaula huki o ke 

kaa a oo-palau paha. 
W T hip'stdek, n. Au o ka laau hili. 

Syn. whip handle. 
"Whir, n. Leo kamumu. Syn. whiz. 
Whirl, v. E wili; e kaa; kakaa; niniu. 
W T hirl'wInd, n. Puahiohio; makani 

pukiki. _ 
Whirl'pool, n. Mimilo. 
Whisk, v. E kahili. 
Whlsk'er, n. Uniiumi ma ka papalina. 

WWkyT'h- Waiona;kulu. 
Whis'per, 17. E hawanawana. 
Whlst'le, v. 1. E pio; e hookiokio. 

2. Whistle as wind, e hu. 
Whit, n. Lihi iki. 
"White, adj. Keokeo; kea. 
White-liv'ered, adj. 1. Hakeakea. 

Syn. pale. 

2. Maka'u wale. Syn. cowardly. 
Whit'en, v. E hana a keokeo. 

White'ness, n. Keokeo. 
White'wash, n. Wai puna, mea hama 
White' wash, v. E palaina; e hamo 

Whlth'er, adv. 1. I hea ? Whither away, 

i hea aku nei. 

2. Ma kahi. Whither I go, ma kahi 

au e hele ai. 
Whith'er-so-ev'er, adv. Ma kahi; ma 

kauwahi. Whithersoever the pilot listeth, 

ma kahi a ka pailaka e makemake ai, 
Whit'ing, n. Poho aeae. 
WMt'tle, 17. E kolikoli me ka pahi. 
Whiz, 17. E oeoe; me he pokala i kona 

lele ana. 
Who (hū), pron. 1. Ka mea. 

2. Owai? 
Who-e v'er, pron. Ka poe ; ka mea. 
Whole, adj. 1. Okoa. A whole number, 

he helu okoa. 

2. Pau loa. Take the whole, e lawe 
pau loa. 

3. Ola. The whole need not a physician; 
aole no ka poe ola ke kahuna lapaau. 

Whole'sale, n. Kuai nui. 
Wholesale, adj. Nui loa. Wholesale 

destruction, luku nui loa. 
Whole-soine, adj. 1. Kupono i ai; 


2. Kupono. Wholesome advice, olelo 

ao kupono. 
WhoPly, adv. Loa. Wholly given to 

study, lilo loa i ka imi naauao. 
Whoop, n. Hoo'ho hoohenehene. 
Whobp'ing-eough (hobp'ing-kawf), 

n. Kunu kalea. 
Whore, n. Wahine hookamakam a. 
Whose, pron. Ka mea nana; nawai? 


Who's S ō-ēv'er S pron - Ka mea; ka poc ' 

Why, adv. No ke aha. 

Wick, n Uwiki. 

Wlck'ed, adj. Hewa; ino. Syn. sinful. 

Wick'ed-ness, n. Hewa; ino. Syn. 

Wlck'et, n. Puka komo haiki. 
Wide, adj. Laula'; akea. Syn. broad; 

Wide'ly, adv. Akea. Syn. extensive- 
ly. Widely known, ike akea ia. 
Wid'en, v. E hoo-akea; e hoopalaha- 

Wid'ow, n. Wahine kane make. 
Wid'ow-er, n. Kane wahine make. 
Wid'ow-hotKl, n. Ka noho ana he 

wahine kane make. 
Width, n. Ka laula' ; ke akea. 
Wield, 17. 1. E lawe. Wield the ponder, 

e lawe i ka mana. 

2. E lalau. Wield a club, e lalau i ka 

Wield'y, adj. Hiki ke hooponoponoia. 

Syn. manageable. 
Wife, n. Wahine mare. 
Wife'ly, adj. Pili i ka wahine mare. 
Wig, n. He uhi lauoho no ke poo. 
Wig'gle, v. E laumilo. Syn. squirm. 




Wig'wam, n. Hale lewa o na Inikini. 
Wild? adj. 1. Hihiu; ahiti; lata ole. 

2. Wild country, aina i nolio oleia e 


8. Wild honey, meli i loaa wale. 
Wll'der-ness, n, Wao-akua; waona- 

Wild'ly, adv. 1. Ano hihiu. 

2. Me ka noonoo ole. Syn. heedlessly. 
Wlld'ness, n. 1. Ke ano hihiu. 

2. Ke ano wao-akua. 
Wile, n. Hanahoohalua; hanamaalea. 
"Will, n. 1. Kamakemake; kanianae 

koho kekahi nona iho. < 

2. Kauoha; palapala hooilina. 

3. Manao. 

Wll'ful, adj. Nunuha; paakiki. Syn. 

Wil'llng, adj. Makemake; oluolu; ano 

ae aku. 
Willingr-ly» adv. Me ka manao oluolu; 

me ka ae o ka manao. 
Wilt, v. E inae; luhe'; e mimino; lo'ha. 
Wily, adj. Maalea. 
W r In 5 v. 1. Win at cards, e eo. 

2. E puka. 

3. Win a wife, e loaa I wahine mare. 
Wince, v. Eeke. Syn. shrink. 
Wind, n. Makani. Against the wind, 

manai. *To raise the wind, e loaa i ke 
dala. To get wind, e lohe ; e laha. The 
story got wind, ua laha ka olelo. 

Wind, v. 1. E wili ; e owili. 
2. E hoa. 

Wind'bound, adj. Holo ole no ka ma- 
kani ino. 

Wind'fall , n. Hua haule wale mai ke 
2. Pomaikai kau wale mai. 

Winding-sheet, n. Lole kupapau. 

Wincl'lass, n. Pokakaa huki heleuma, 
me na mea kaumaha e ae. 

Wind'mill, n. Wili makani. 

Win'ddw, n. Puka makani. 

Win'dow-blind, n. Olepelepe no ka 
puka makani. 

Win'dow-frame, n. Lapauila o ka pu- 
ka makani; kikihi puka makani. 

Win'dow-sash, n. N a aniani o ka pu- 
ka makani. 

Win'dow-shade, n. He uhi no ka puka 

Win'dow-shiit'ter, n. Pani puka ma- 

Win'dow-sill, n. Paepae o ka puka 

Wlnd'pipe, n. Kani a-i'. 

Wind'ward, n. Manai. 

Wmd'y, adj. Makani. A windy day, he 
la makani. 

Wine, n. Waina. 

Wlne'-bib'ber, n. Mea hoonuu waina. 

Wine'-cask, n. Pahu hoopaa waina. 

Wine'-glass, n. Kiaha inu waina. 

Wine'-vanlt, n, Keena lua, wahi wai- 
ho waina. 

Wing, n. 1. Eheu; pekekeu. Sy t n. pin- 

2. Hale i pakuiia i kekahi hale. 

3. He mahele o ka puali koa. Bight 
wing, ka puali ma ka akau. 

Wing, v. E lele. 

Wink, v. E imo; awihi. 

Win'ner, n. Mea e puka ana; ka mea i 

Win'ning 1 , adj. Oluolu. 
Win'now, v. E peahi i ka opala. 
Win'ter, n. Kau hooilo. 
Win'ter, v. E noho a hala ke kau hooilo. 
Win'ter-qnar'ters, n. Wahi e noho ai 

no ka hooilo. 
Win'try weath'er. Wa ami. 
Wipe, v. E kawele amaloo; e holoi. 
Wip'er, n. Mea kawele; mea holoi. 
■Wire, n. Uwea. 

Wire'-pull'er, n. Mea hookonokono 
malu'; inea kokua main. Syn. intrig- 
Wir'y, adj. Meheuweala; uau'a; oo- 

Wis'dom, n. Naauao; noeau; noonoo, 

Syn. sagacity. 
"Wise, adj. Naauao; noeau. Syn. sa- 
Wise'a-cre, n. Mea e akena wale ana i 

kana ike. 
Wise'ly, adv. Me ka naauao. Syn. sa- 
Wish, v. E makemake; e ake. Syn. 

Wisp, n. Pu-a uuku o ka mauu maloo. 
WistTul, adj. Ake nui. Syn. desirous. 
Wist'ful-ly, adv. Me ka iini nui. 
Wit, n. 1. Olelo akamai; olelo noeau. 
Syn. humor. 

2. Noonoo; akamai. Syn. ingenuity. 
At his wit's end, lilo ka noonoo. 
Witch, n. He kupua; wahine kilokilo. 
Witch/craft, n. Hana kilokilo; anaana. 
With, prep. Me; pu. 
With-draw', v. 1. E lawe hou. With- 
draw a motion, e lawe hou i ka manao. 
2. E haalele. Withdrawal from the com- 
pany, e haalele i ka hui. 
With'er, v. E luhe'; e loha. Syn. wilt. 
With-hold', v. E aua. 
With-in', prep. Iloko; maloko. 
With-onf, adv. 1. Maw^aho. 
2. Me ole. Without assistance, me ke 
kokua ole. 
With-stānd>» v. Ekeakea; eku-e'; e 

Wit'less, adj. Noonoo ole; nele ka noo- 
Wit'ness, n. Mea ike maka; he hoike. 
Wit'ness, v. 1. E ike maka. 

2. E hoike. 
Wit'ti-cism, n. Olelo hoomakeaka. 
Wit'ti-ly, adv. Me ke akamai. 
Wit'ty, adj. Hoomakeaka. 
Wiz'zardj n. He kilokilo. Syn. ma- 
Wōe, ?i. He popilikia nui kaumaha nui. 




Wōe'be-gone% adj. Kupaka; pioloke; 

Wbe'ful, adj. Kaumaha; walohia. 

"Wolf, n. Ilio-hae. 

"Wolfish, adj. Melie ilio-hae la. 

Wom'an, n._ Wahine. 

Wom/an-hobd, n. Ke kulana wahine. 

Wom/am-ish, adj. Mehe wahine la. 

Wom'an-ly, adj. Kupono no ka wa- 

Womb, n. Ka puao; ka opu. 

Won'der, w. Mea kupaianaha; meaka- 

WonMer, v. E haohao. 

W6n'd©r-ful, ) adj, Kupaianaha; ka- 

WonMrous, \ mahao. 

Won'der-ful-ly, j adv. Me ke kama- 

Won'droiis-ly, \ hao; kupaianaha. 

Wont, v. E hoomaamaa; e walea. 

Wont'ed, adj. Maa man; walea. 

Woo, v. E imi ma ka mare. Syn. 

2. E koi oluolu. 
Wocjd, n. Laau. 

Wahie. Syn. firewood. 

3. Drift wood, piha-a'. 
Wot>d'eut, n. Kii i kahakahaia ma ka 

Wood'ed, a. Uhiia i na ulu-laau. 
Wot>d'en, adj. Laau. Wooden house, 

hale laau. 
Wot>d'house, n. Hale waiho wahie. 
Wtfbd'land, n. Aina ulu-laau. 
Wtfod'man, n. Kanaka kua laau; mea 

oki wahie. 
Wdbds, n. Ululaau, 
Woo'er, n. Kanaka imi wahine mare. 
Wdbf, n. Maawe pokopoko. 
Wool, n. Hulu; hulu hipa. 
Wot>l'en, adj. Huluhulu. 
Wool'ly, adj. Piipii. Wooly hair, hulu 

Word, n. Olelo; hua-olelo. 

2. The Word, ka Logou. 
Word'ing, n. Ke ano o ke pai ana; ka- 
kau ana. 

2. Na hua-olelo i kakauia. 
Word'y, adj. Paapu na olelo. Syn. 

Work, n. Hana. 

2. Hana i hoikeia ma ka huke; he buke. 
Work, v. E hana. 
2. E awaawa mai. 
Work'er, n. Mea hooikaika hana. 
Work'house, n. Hale 
Work'ing, n. Ke ko ana. The working 

of the law, ke ko ana o ke kanawai. 
Work'man, n. Kanaka akamai i ka 

Work'nian-llke, n. Ano akamai o ka 

Work'man-shlp, n. Ke ano o ka hana. 
Works, n. 1. Hale oihana. 

2. Na buke. 
Work'shop, n. Hale oihana. 
World, n. Ao. This world, keia ao. 
The world, ka Honua Nei. The next 
world, kela ao. All worlds, na ao a pau. 

World'li-ness, n. Ka imi nui no ko 

keia ao. 
World'ly, adj. No keia ao. Worldly 

minded, manao nui i ko keia ao. 
Worm, n. Enuhe. Army worm, peelua. 

Worm of corruption, ilo. Cloth eating 

worm, hu'hu. 
Worm'-eat'en, adj. Hu'hu; huhu'- 

Worm'y, adj. 1. Kakani. Wormy po- 

tatoe, uala kakani. 

2. Iloilo. 
Worn'-out, adj. 1. Maluhiluhi. Syn. 


2. Anu'lu. Syn. useless. 
Wor'n-some, adj. Uwemau; na ole. 
Wor'ry, n. Pihoihoi o ka naau. 
Worse, adj. 1. Ino oi aku. 

2. Nui mai o ka mai. 
Wor'ship, n. E hoomana. 
Wor'ship'er, n. Mea e hoomana ana. 
Worst, adj. Ino loa. 
Worth., adj. 1. Ka waiwai io o kekahi 


2. Moral worth, pono maoli. 
Wor'thi-ly, adv. Kupono. 
Worth/less, adj. Waiwai ole; pono 

ole; lapuwale. A worthless fellow, he 

mea lapuwale. 
Wor'thy, adj. Pono; kupono. 
Wor'thy, n. Kanaka kaulana no kona 

pono. _ 

Wound (woond or wownd), n. Eha; 

Wound, v. E hoo-eha. 
Wov'en, p. p. Ulanaia. 
Wran'gle, v. E hoopaapaa. 
Wrap, v. 1. He uhi. 

2. Kihei. 

3. Mea opiopi. 

Wrap'per, %. 1. Mea opiopi; kipola. 

2. A morning wrapper, he holoku no ke 

Wrath, n; Heinaina; huhu weliweli. 

Wrlth^l ««• malnaloa. 

Wreak, v. E hooko i ka hoopai. 
"Wreath, n. Lei. Syn. garland. Wreath 

for the neck, wehi. 
Wreathe, v. E kau i ka lei; e hoo-lei. 
Wreck, n. 1. Moku poino. 

2. Kela me keia mea i hoopomola. 

Tne wreck of a man, kanaka poino loa. 
Wreck, d. E ili a naha'; e poino loa. 
Wreck'er, n. Mea hoopakele waiwai 

pcino o ka moku. 
"Wrench, n. Hao wili. 
Wrench, v. 1. E kaili ino mai ka lima. 

2. E okupe. Syn. sprain. 
Wrest, v. E kaili ino. 
Wrest'le, v. E hakookoo. 
Wrest'ler, n. Mea hakookoo. 
Wrest'llng, n. Hakookoo. 
Wretch, n. Kanaka ino. 
Wretch'ed, adj. 1. Kaumaha; luuliiu, 

Syn. miserable. 

2. Inoiuo. A wretched reader, mea 

heluhelu inoino. 



3. Makehewa. A wretched business, he 
liana makehewa. 

4. Paumaele. A wretched sinner, he 
kanaka paumaele. 

Wretch'ed-ness, n. 1. Ka nele loa. 

Syn. squalor; misery. 

2. Inoino; poino o ka noho ana. 
Wrig'gle, v. E pakaawili. Syn. squirm. 
Wring, v. E uwi'. Wring dry, e uwi a 

Wring'er, n. Mikini uwi lole. 
Wrink'le, n. Minomino. 
Wrinkled, adj. Pukapuka. 
Wrist, w Ka pu-lima. 
Wri si/band, n. Lihi no ka lima lole. 
Writ, n. Palapala o ke kanawai. 

2. Holy Writ, Palapala Hemolele. 
Write, v, E kakau lima; e kakau. 

Wrlt'er, n. Mea kakau; mea haku 

Writhe, v. E kupaka; e laumilo. 

Wrlt'ing, n. He palapala. 
2. Ka mea i kakauia. 

Writ'ing-bo^ok, n. Buke kakau lima. 

Wrīt'ing-dēsk, n. Pahu kakau pala- 

Writ'mg-mas'ter, n. Kumu ao ka- 

Writ'ing-pa/per, n. Kalana. 

Writ'ing- school, n. Kula kakau lima. 

Wrlt'ten, adj. Kakaulima ia; kakauia. 

Wrong, adj. Hewa; pono ole. 

Wrdng'ful, adj. Pono ole; ewaewa. 

Wrong'head-ed, adj, Noonoo hewa. 

Wrought, adj. Kuiia. Wrought iron % 
hao kuiia. 

Wry, adj. Nukee'. 


"IS^e'bec (ze-bek), n. He moku liilii 
JS^. kiakolu e nolo ana ma ke Kaiwae- 

Xy'lo-graph (zlMo-graf), n. Kii i ka- 

hakaha ia ma ka laau. 

Xy-log'ra-pher (zi-ldg'ra-fer), n. 

Mea kahakaha kii ma ka laau. 
Xy-log'ra-phy (zl-log'ra-fy), n. Oi- 

hana kahakaha kii ma ka laau. 
X'mas, n. Syn. Christmas. La hanau o 


Yacht (yot), n. Moku hooholo lea- 

Yacht'ing, (yot'ing), n. Hooholo lea- 

Yam, n. He uhi. 

Yan'kee, n. Kamaaina o Nu Enelani. 
2. The Yankee Nation, ka Lahui o Ame- 
rika Hui. 

Yard, n. 1. He iwilei; i-a'. 
2. Pa. House yard, pa-hale. 

Yardstick, n. He laau ana iwilei. 

Yarn, n. Lopi huluhulu mea kui ka- 
kini, ete. 
2. Kaao o na luina moku. 

Yaw, v. E aui ae mai ka holo pololei. 

Yawn, v. E hamama waha no ka ma- 

kahiamoe. Syn. gape. 

2. A yawning abyss, he mawae e waiho 

hamama ana. 
Ye, pron. Oukou. Syn. you. 
Year, n. Makahiki. 
Year'ling, n. Makahiki hookahi, o na 

Year'ly, adv. Kela me keia makahiki. 
Yearn,?;. E iini. Syn. long for. 

2. Mokumokuahua. 
Yearn'ing, n. Iini o ka naau. Syn. 

Yeast, n. Hu berena. 


n. Ka olenalena o ka hua moa. 




Yell, y. E uwa': e hooho. 
Yel'low, adj. Melemele; olenalena. 
Yelp, v. E aoaoa. 
Yes, adv. Ae; u; e. 
Y<es'ter-day, n. Inehinei. 
Yes'ter-night, n. Ka po nei. Syn. 

last night. 
Yet, adv. 1. Aka nae. Syn. nevertheless. 

2. Not yet, aole i keia wa. Remaining 

yet, ke waiho nei; ke koe nei a hiki i 

keia wa. 
Yield, v. 1. E hoohua mai. 

2. E ae mamuli o ka makemake. 
Yield, n. Hua loaa. 
Yoke, n. Lei bipi; auamo. 
Yoke, v. E kam i ka lei bipi. 
Yoke-fePlow, n. Hoa hana. Syn. 

associate; fellow laborer. 
Yon'der, adv. I o'; mao'. 
Yore, adv. Wa kahiko. 

You, pron. Sing, oe. Dual, olua. P?., 

Young, adj. Opiopio; hou; ui. 

2. Young fruit, hua maka; oo ole. 

3. Young animals, holoholona opiopio. 

4. Young children, keiki hou; keiki 

5. Young persons, poe u'i. 
Young'er, adj. Mahope mai; muli mai, 

hou ae. 

Yoiing'ster, n. Keiki kane opio. 

Your, pron. Sing, kou; kau. PL, ko 
oukou; ka oukou. 

Yourself , pron. Oe iho no. For your- 
self, nou iho. 

Youth, n. He ui; he opio. 
2." Kawaui; kawaoxuopio. 

Youth.' ful, adj. Ui ; opio ; hou. Super- 
latively fine looking, kilakila. 

Youth/ful-ness, n. Anoui; ano opio. 

TTeal, n. Manao ikaika. 

ZeaFoiis, adj. Ikaika ma ka manao. 

Syn. earnest. 
ZeaFous-ly, adv. Me ka ikaika o ka 

Ze'nitli, n. Lolopua. 
Zepli'yr (zefer), n. He onini makani. 
Ze'ro, n. He ole. Syn. naught; cipher. 
Zest, n. Hoihoi; makemake nui. 
Zsg'zag, adj. lo'ianei; keekee; kikee- 

Zine, n. Kepau keokeo. 

Zo'di-ae, n. 1. Ke ala hele o ka La. 

2. He umikumamalua huhui hoku e 

waiho ana ma ke ala hele o ka La. 
Zone, n. He kaei. Syn. belt. Torrid 

Zone, Kaei Wela. North. Temperate Zone, 

Kaei Olu Akau. South Frigid Zone, 

Kaei AnuHema. 
Zo'o-log'i-eal, adj. Pili i ke ano o na 

Zo-61'o-gist, n. Kanaka imi no ke ano 

o na holoholona. 
Zo-61'o-gy, n. Ka ike e pili ana i ke 

ano o na holoholona. 


— OF — 

Abbreviations in Common Use 

@. or a. (Ad.) To or at. I, ma, no. 
A. B. C. E. M. American Board of 

Commisssoners for Foreign Mis- 
sions* Ka Papa Misionari ma Bose- 

Abp. Archbishop. Bihopa nui. 
Ace, or Act., or a/c. Account. Helu. 
A. D. (Anno Domini.) In the year of 

our Lord. Ma ka makahiki o ko ka- 

kou Haku. 
Ad lib. (Ad libitum.) At pleasure. 

Ai i ka makemake. 
Adin. Admiral. Adimarala, 
Admr. Administrator. Luna hoo- 

ponopono waiwai, 
Adinx. Administratrix. Lunawahine 

hooponopono waiwai. 
J3. or JEt. (J3tati8.\ Of age; aged. 

Helu o na makahiki. 
Agt. Agent. Egena;Agena. 
Ala. Alabama. 
A. M. 1. (Artium Magister.) Master 

of Arts. Hoa o na oihana naauao. 

2. (Ante Meridiem.) Before Noon. 

Mamua o ke awakea. 
Amer. American. No Amerika. 
Am't. Amount. Kahuina. 
Anon. Anonymous. Inoa ole. 
Ans. Answer. Haina. 
Apr. April. Aperila. 
Ark. Arkansas, (Ar'kan-saw.) 
Ass'to Assistant. Kokoolua; kokua. 

A. XJ. C. (Ab Urbe Condita.) In the 
year from the building; of Rome. 
Mai ka makahiki aku o ke kukulu- 
ia'na o Roma. 

Aug. August. Augate. 

Av. Avenue. Ala hele. 

B. Born. Hanauia. 

B. A. 1. British America. Amerika 


2. Bachelor of Arts. Haumana o 

ka Naauao. 
Bbl. Barrel* Barela. 
B. C. Before Christ. Mamua o Kristo. 
Bd. Board, Bond. Papa, Bona. 

Bd. of Ed. Board of Education. 

Papa Hoonaauao. 
Bd. of Im. Board of Immigration. 

Papa Hoopae Lima Hana. 
Benj. Benjamin. Beniamina. 
Bp. Bishop. Bihopa. 
Br., Bro. Brother. Hoahanau. 
Brig. Gen. Brigadier General. 
Brit. Britain, British. Beritania. 

Cal. California. 

Capt. Captain. Kapena. 

C.E. Civil Engineer. Meaanaaina. 

Cent. (Centum.) A hundred. 

C. H. 1. Court House. Hale Hookolo- 


2. Custom. House. Hale Dute. 
Ch., Chapt. Chapter. Mokuna. 
Chron. Chronicles. 
C. J* Chief Justice. Lunakanawai 

C. M. Common Meter. 
Co. 1. Company. Hui. 

2. County. Mokuna Aina. 
C. O. D. Cash (or Collect) on 

Delivery. E'uku i ka loaa'na ma ka 

Col. 1. Colonel. Kenela. 

2. Colossians. Kolose. 
Conn, or Ct, Connecticut. 
Const. 1. Constitution. Kmmu- 


2. Constable. Makai; Kaiko. 
Cor. Corinthians. Korineto. 
Cor. Sec. Corresponding Secre- 
tary. Kakau Olelo no ke kakau pala- 

Cos. Cosine. 
Cr. Credit, Creditor. Hooaie; nana 

e hooaie. 
Crim. Con. Criminal Conversation, 

Adultery. Moekolohe. 
Ct. Cent, Court, Connecticut. 

Keneta; Ahahookolokolo. 
Cts. Cents. Na keneta. 
Cwt, (Centum and Weight.) A hun- 
dred weight. Na paonahe haneri. 



13. C. 1. District of Columbia. 

2. (Da Capo.) Again; from the be- 
ginning. Hoi hou; mai ka hooma- 

I>. C. Xi. Doctor of Civil Law. Poo- 
noo ma ke kaaawai kiwila. 

D. D. Doctor of Divinity. Poonoo 
ma ka Hoike Akua. 

Dea. Deacon. Diakono. 

Dec. December. Dekemaba 

Dft., Deft. Defendant. Aoao pale. 

Del. 1. Delaware, Delegate. Elele. 
2. (Delineavit.) He — or She — drew it. 
Nana i kaha; pakuiia i ka inoa o ka 
mea nana i kaha. 

Dep't. Department. Keena Oihana, 

Dent. Deuteronomy. Kanawaielua. 

Diet. Dictionary. Buke Unuhi Olelo. 

Do. (Ditto.) The same. la mea hooka- 
Id no. 

Dols. Dollars. Na clala. 

Doz. Dozen. Kakini, 12. 

Dr. 1. Debtor. Mea aie. 

2. Doctor. Kauka. 

3. Dram. Mahele inn. 


E. East. Hikina. 

Eccles. Ecclesiastes. Kekahuna. 

Ed. Editor, Edition. Luna hoopo- 

nopono nupepa: helu o na nupepa i 

E. E. Errors excepted. Koe na 

e.g. (exempli gratia.) For example. 

I nane; e laa. 
E. Xion. East Longitude. Lonitu 

Eng. England, English. Enelani; 

Esq. Esquire, 
etal. (et alii.) And others. Me ka 

poe e ae. And so forth. A pela'ku. 

And the like. A me ia like. 
etseq. (et sequentes, et sequentia.) And 

the following. A me keia iho. 
Ex. 1. Example. E nane. 

2. Exodus. Pukaana. 
Exec, Exr. Executor. Luna hooko 

palapala hooilina. 


Eahr. Fahrenheit. Kekahi o namea 

ana wela. 
Feb. February. Feberuari. 
Fee. (Fecit) He — or She — did it. 

Nana ia i hana. 
Flor. Florida. 
Fr. France, French. Farani. 
F. K. G. S. Fellow of the Hoyal 

Geographical Society. Hoa ka 

Ahahui Imi Hoikehonua. 
Fri. Friday. Poalima. 

Ft. 1. Foot, feet. Kapuai. 

2. Fort. Papu. 
Fur. Furlong. Setadia. 


Ua. Georgia. 

Gal. 1. Gallon. GalanL 

2. Galatians. Galatia. 
G. B. Great Britain. Beritania. 
Gen. 1. General, Kenela or Gen- 


2. Genesis. Kinohi. 
Gent. Gentleman. Keonimana. 
Geo. George. Keoki. 
Geog. Geography. Hoikehonua 
Gov. Governor. Kiaaina, 
Gr. 1. Grain. Huna. 

2. Gross. 12 kakini. 

3. Greek. Helene. 


H., h. Hour, hours. Hora. 

H. B. M. Her Britannic Majesty. 

Ka Mea kiekie ka Moi Wahine o Beri- 

H. H. M. His Hawaiian Majesty. 
Ka Mea kiekie, ka Moi o ko Hawaii 

Hebr. Hebrew, Hebrews. 

Hhd. Hogshead. Poo. 

Hdkf. Handkerchief. Hainaka. 

H. ī. M. His — or Her — Imperial 
Highness. Ke 'Lii. 

H. M. S. His— or Her Majesty's— 
Steamer, Ship or Service. Ka Mo- 
kuahi, ka Moku, ka Oihana o ka Moi. 

Hon. Honorable. Mea Hanohano; 

H. K. H. His— or Her— Royal High- 
ness. Ka Mea kiekie, Ke 'Lii. 

Hund. Hundred. 

Ia. Indiana. 

lb. Ibid. In the same place. Ma ia 

wahi hookahi no. 
Id. (Idem.) The same. Ia mea no. 
I. e. (Id est) That is. Oia hoi. 
I. H. S. (Jesus Hominum Salvator.) 

Jesus Savior of Men, IesukaHoola 

o Kanaka. 
111. Illinois. 
In. Inch, inches. Iniha. 
Ind. Indiana» 

Incog. (Incognito.) Unknown. Ikeoleia. 
Int. Interest. Uku panee. 
Inst. Instant. A no, keia mahina. 
Ins. Gen. Inspector General. Luna 

I. O. O. F. Independent Order of 

Odd Fellows. 
I. O. U. I Owe you. Aie wau ia oe. 
Is., Isa. Isaiah. Isaia. 
Is.,Isl. Island. Mokupuni. 
It., Ital. Italian, italic. Italia. 



J. Judge. LunakanawaL 

«Jan. January. Ianuari. 

Jno» John. Ioane 

Jos. Joseph. Iosepa. 

Josho Joshua. Iosua. 

J. Fo Justice of the Peace, Lunaka- 

nawai Hoomalu. 
Jio,Jun. Junior. Opio» 


Kan» Kansas» 
Ken. Kentucky. 
Knt., Kto Knight. Naita. 
Ky. Kentucky. 

lb., ft. (Libra.) A pound, in weight. 

Hookahi paona kaumaha. 
L., 1., Mo A pound Sterling. Hookalii 

paona dala. 
I/ a. Louisiana» 
Lat. 1. l.atin. Latina, 

2. Latitude. Latitu. 
Ld. Lord, lady. 
Lea» League» Ekolu mile. 
Lev. Leviticus. Kanawai. 
L.I. Long Island. 
Lieut., Lt. Lieutenant. Lutanela. 
Lo L. ». (Legum Doctor.) Doctor of 

Ion., Long. Longitude. Lonitu. 
Lou., La. Louisiana. 
L. S. (Locus Sigilli.) Place of the 

Seal. Walii o ke Sila„ 


M., m. Mile, Monsieur o 

Mag. Magazine» 

Maj. Major. Mekia. 

Maj. Gen. Major General. 

Mar. March. Maraki. 

Mass. Ms. Massachusetts. 

Matt» Matthew. Mataio. 

Mo C. Member of Congress. Luna- 

Mdo Maryland» 
M. D. Doctor of Medicine. Kauka 

Mdlle., Mile. Mademoiselle. Wa- 

hine ui, mare ole. 
Me. Maine. 

M. E. Methodist Episcopal. 
Mem» Memorandum. Mea hooma- 

Messrs. Gentleman, Sirs. Ano ka- 

kau leta. 
Mich. Michigan. 

Min., min. Minute, minutes. Minute. 
Miss. Mississippi. 
Mme. Madame. Wahine i mare. 
Mo., moo Month. Mahina, 
Mon. Monday, Monede. Poakahi. 
Mons. Monsieur, Sir. 
Mos. Months» Na maliina 

M. P. Member of Parliament. Lala 
o ka Ahaolclo o Beritania. 

Mr. Master, Mister. 

Mrs. Mistress, Misses. Wahine 

Ms. Manuscript. Pepa i kakaulima 

Mss. Manuscripts. Na pepa i kakau- 
lima ia. 

Mt., Mts. Mountain, Mountains. 


N. North. Akau. 

N., or n. Noun. Haiinoa; neuter. 

N. A. North America. AmerikaAkau, 

Naut. Nautical. No ka moana. 

N. B. 1. (NotaBene.) Note well, or 

take notice. E noonoo pono. 

2. New Brunswick. 
N. C. North Carolina. 
N. E. New England, North-East. 

Neb, Nebraska. 
Nem. Con. (Nemine Contradiscente.) No 

one contradicting, unanimously. 

Me ka lokahi. 
Neut. Neuter. 
N. F. Newfoundland. 
N. H. New Hampshire. 
N.J. New Jersey. 
No. (Numero.) Number. Helu.. 
Nos. Numbers. Na helu. 
Nov. November. Novemaha. 
N. P. Notary Public. Luna Hooia 

N. T. New Testament. Kauoha Hou. 
N. TV. North-West, Komohana Akau. 
N. X. New York. 

O. Ohio. 

Obt., Obdt. Obedient. 

Oct. October. 

Or, Oregon, 

O. S. Old Style. Marnua iho o 1752. 

O. T. Old Testament. Kauoha 

Oz. Ounce, ounces. Auneki 

P., p. Page. Aoao 

Pa. Pennsylvania. 

Pd. Paid» Hookaaia; ukuia. 

Penn. Pennsylvania. 

Per. an. (Per annum.) By the yearo 

Ma ka makahiki. 
Per. Cent, or per. ct. (Per centum.) 

By the hundred. Ma ka haneri. 
Phila. Philadelphia. 
Plff. Plaintiff. Ka mea— or aoao— 

P. M. 1. Post Master. Luna leta. 

(Post Meridiem. ) 

2. Afternoon. Auiha la. 



P. M. G. Post Master General. 

Luna Leta Nui. 
P.O. Post Officeo Hale Leta, 
pp. Pages. Na aoao. 
Pres. President. Peresidena. 
Prof. Professor. Kumu Ao. 
Pro» tern. {Pro tempore.) For the 

time being. No ia manawa. 
Prov. Proverbs. Na Olelo Ao o 

Prox. {Proximo.) Next Month.. Keia 

mahina ae. 
P. S. {Post Scriptum.) Postscript. 

Kakau hope. 
Ps. Psalms. Na Haleltu 

Q» Question. Nlnau. 

Q. C. Queen's Counsel» Loio kiekie 

ma, Beritania. 
Q. E. D. {Quod Erat Demonstrandum.) 

Which was to be demonstrated. 

Ka mea e wehewehe ia'na. 
Q. M. G. Quartet Master General. 

Luna Nui no na lako koa. 
Qt., qt. Quart, Quantity. Kuata; 

q. v. {Quod vide.) Which see, E 

nana ia mea. 
Qy, Query. Ninau. 


Ko A. Royal Academy, Royal Aca- 

Eec'd. Received. Loaamai. 

Rec'pt. Receipt. Palapala hookaa. 

Rec. Sec. Recording Secretary. 
Kakauolelo o ka moolelo. 

Regt. Regiment» Regimana koa. 

Rep. 1. Representative. Luna- 

2. Republic. Aupuni makaainana. 

3. Report. Olelo hoike. 

Rev., Rev'd. Reverend*. Inoa kapa 

R. I. Rhode Island» 
R. N. Royal Navy. Aumoku o ke 

Kob't. Robert. Lopaka. 
Rom. Roman, Romans. Roma. 
Rom. Oath. Roman Catholic. Hoo- 

mana Katolika. 
R. R. 1. Railroad. Alanui hao. 

2. Right Reverend. 
R. S. V. P. Answer, if you please. 

E oluolu oe e pane mai. 
Rt. Hon. Right Honorable Ka Mea 


S. 1. South • Herna» 
2. Sunday. Sabati. 
S. Saturday, Poaono 
4, Sign* Hoailona. 

S.A. South America. Amerika Hema. 
Sam., Sam'l. Samuel. Samuela. 
Sat. Saturday. Satude, Poaono, 
Sc, sc. {Scilicet.) To wit, namely. 

Oia hoi. 
Sch. {Scholium.) A note» Olelo ho< 

Sch., Schr. Schooner. Moku kialua, 
Sci. Science. Ike. 
Script. Scripture. Palapala Hemolele. 
Sculp. Sculpture. Kalai kii. 
S. E. South-East. Hikina-Hema. 
Seco 1. Secretary. Kakauolelo. 

2. Second» Kekona. 

3. Section. Apana. 

Sen. Senate, Senator, Senior. 
Sep., Sept» September. Sepetemaba» 
Seq. {Seque?ites.) The following. 

Keia mea ae. 
Serv., Serv't. Servant. Kauwa, 
Sh., sh. Shilling. Silina. 
Sing., sing. Singular. Meahookahi. 

S.l.ato South latitude. Latitu Hema. 

S. M. Short Meter. 

SoCo Society. Hui. 

S. of Sol. Songs of Solomon. Na 

Mele o Solomona, 
Sq. Square. Huina-ha-like. 
Sq. ft. Square feet. Kapuai kuea. 
Sq. in. Square inches. Iniha kuea. 
Sq.yds. Square yards. Iwileikuea. 
S. So Sunday School. Kula Sabati. 
St. Saint. Street. Alanui. Straitc 

Sup't. Superintendent. Luna hoo- 

Surg. Surgeon, Surgery. 
Surv. Gen. Surveyor General. Luna 

Nui o ka Ana Aina. 
S.W. South-West. Komohana-Hema. 
Syn. syn. Synonym, Synonymous. 

Like me. 
Synop. Synopsis. Wehewehe. 

T., t 1. Town. Taona. Territory, 

2. Ton. Tona. 
Ten., Tenn, Tennessee., 
Tex. Texas. 

Th., Thur. Thursday. Poaha. 
Theol, Theology. Hoike Akua. 
Theol. Sem. Theological Seminary, 

Kula Kahunapule. 
ThesSo Thessalonians. Tesalonia. 
Topog. Topography. 
Tr. 1. Translation. Unuhi. 

2. Transpose. Hoololi. 

3. Treasurer. Puukudala. 

4. Trustee. Kahu malama. 
Trans. Transactions. Na oihana. 

2. Translator. Mea imuhi. 
Trav. Travels. Huakai hele. 
Tu., Tues. Tuesday. Poalua. 



17. C. Upper Canada. 

Ult. (Ultimo.) X.ast, last months Ka 

mahina i hala iho nei. 
U.S. United States. America Hui. 
U. S. A. United States of America. 
U. S. M. United States Mail. Eke 

Leta o America Hui. 
U. S. N. United States Navy. Au- 

xnoku o America Hui. 
U* S. S. United States Ship or 

Steamer» Moku manuwa o America 

U. T, Utah Territory. Panalaau o 


V., v. Verb» Haina. (Vide.) See. E 

Vs., vs. (Versus.) Against. Km-e'. 
V. a. Verb Active. 
Va. Virginia. 

Ver* Vermont, verse. PaukU. 
Vice Pres. Vice President. Hope- 

Vid. (Vide.) See. E nana» 
Viz. Namely. To wit.. Oia hoi o. 
Vol, Volume. Buke. 
Volso Volumes. Na "buke. 

V. K. (Victoria Eegina.) Queen Vic- 
toria. Vitoria; ka Moi wahine o Bed- 

V. to Verb transitive. 


W. 1. West. Komohana. 
2. Wednesday. Poakolu. 

Wed. Wednesday. 

Whf . Wharf. Uapo moku. 

Wki, wfe. Week. Hebedoma. 

W. I. West India. Inia Komohana. 

W. Lon. West Longitude. 

Wm. William» Wilama, Wiliama. 

W. T. Washington Territory. Pa- 
nalaau o Wasinetona. 

wt. -weight. Pauna kaumaha. 

W. Va. West Virginia. 

X. Christ. Kristo. 

Xmas. Christmas. Karikimaka. 

Ir. Year. Makahiki. 

Yd. Yard. Iwilei. 

Yds. Yards. Na iwilei. 

Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Christian 

Association. Ahahui Kristiano o ka 

poe ui. 
Yrs. Yours. Nan. 



— AND TH£IR — 

Ha.walia.n Equivalents. 


A-a-ron, (Ar'im), Aarona. Kiekie; 

_ hiehie. 

A'bel, Abela. Hanu: mahani. 
A-bl'jah, Aoaia. O Ke Akua ka Ma- 

Ab'ner, Abenera. Makua o ka Ma- 

A'bra-hairo, Aberehama. Makua o 
w ka lehulenu. 

Ad-am, Adamu. Lepo ulaula. 
AFbert, Alapaki. Kaulana;alonilohi. 
Al'ex-an'derjAlekanadero. Ke koa 

APfred, Alapai. Kakaolelo naauao. 
A'mos, Amosa. Ikaika; koa. 
An'drew, Aneru or Anelu. Hooka- 

An'tho-ny, Akoni. Makamae. 
Ar'chi-bald, Aki. Koa maoli. 
Ar'tXiur, Aka. Hanohano. 
A/sa, Aka. Kauka ; kahuna lapaau. 
Aus'tin, Ausetina. No Augusetina. 
Au-g&s'tus, Atiguseto. Kiekie; alii. 

Bald'win, Balauina. Hoa wiwo ole. 
Bar'na-bas, Barenaba, 
Bar-thol'o-mew, Baretolonieo. 

Keiki koa. 
Ben'ja-min, Beniamma. Keiki o ka 

lima akau. 

f^Ee'sar, Kaisaro. Huluhulu ; maka 

€a'leb, Kalepa. He ilio. 
€al'vin, Kalawina. Ohule. 

Ce'cil, Kikila or Kekila. Maka po" 

~ wehiwehi. 

CJe'phas, Kepa. Pohaku. 
Cliarles, Kale, Manaokoa. 
Chris'tian, Kristiano. 

eriude 1 "" 8 | Kalandio. Oopa. 
Clem/ent» Kelemenete. Ahonui. 
Cor-ne'li-us» Korenelio, 
Cy'rus, Kuro. Ka La. 

Ban, Dana. Lunakanawai. 
Ban'i-el, Baniela. Lunakanawai lani. 
Ba-rl'us, Bario. Mea hoopakele. 
Ba'vid, Bavida. Punahele. 


Ipd'gar, Eka or Ega. 

Ed'mund, Ekemana, or, Ailuene. 

_ Koa malama waiwai. 
Ed' ward, Aikue', or Ailuene. Kahu 
w malama waiwai. 

Ed'win, Ewini, or Edewini. Mea 
_ hoiliili waiwai. 
E'li, Eli. Keiki hanai. 
E-ll'ab, Eliaba. Ke Akua kona ma- 
E-ll'as, Elisai. Ke Akua ko'u Akua. 
Eli'jali, Elia. 
E'noch, Enoka. Laa. 
E'phra-ini, Eparainia, Hua nui. 
Eu-gene, Eugene. Alii. 
Ez'ra, Ezera or Ekela. Kokua. 

Eer'di-nand, Eerdinana. Koa. 
Eran'cis, Farani. Hookuuia; kuokoa. 
Frank, Earani. 

Fred'er-ic, ) Fele. Alii o ka malu- 
Fred'er-ick, \ Ma. 




Ga'bri-el, Gaberiela. Kanaka o ke 

. Akua. 
George, Keoki. Konohiki; kanaka 

. mahiai. 

Ger'ald, Gerala. Ikaika me ka ihe. 
Ger'slioin, Kelekoma. Kuewa. 
GId'e-on, Gideona. Mea luku. 
GiFbert, Kllipaki. Kaulana. 


Har'old, Hare or Harola. Alihikaua. 
Hen'ry, Heneri, or Hale. Poo o ka 

oh an a. 
Her'bert, Haba. Ka nani o ka puali 

Her'man, Ham a. He koa. 
Hez-e-ki'ah, Hezekia. Ka ikaika o 

Hi'ram, Hairama. Pookela o ka ha- 

Ho-ra'tio, i -rr -. „ 

Hor-ace, \ Horaka » or Horesa. 
Ho-se'a, Hosea. Ke ola, 
Hu'fo', j U ^°* Uhane; naau. 

I'gaae, Isaaka or Aikake. 
I-sa'i-ah, Isaia. Hoola o Iehova. 
Is'ra-el, Iseraela. Koa o Iehova. 

Ja'eob, Jakobo or Jakoba. Kaili i ko 

hai pono. 
James, Jacobo or Kimo. 
Ja'phet, lapeta. Hooakea ana. 
Ja'red, Iared or Kere. Kuauhau. 
Jer'e-mi'ali, leremia. Hookiakiaia e 

Jes'se, leke or, Iese. Waiwai; lako. 
Job, loba. Hoomaauia. 
Jo'el, loela. Iehova no Ke Akua. 

jlS£ j Iona ' Manununu. 
Jon'a-than, lonatana. Makana o Ie- 
Jo'seph., Iosepa. E hookui hou mai. 
J6sfo/u-a, losua. Ke Akua o ke Ola. 
Jo'tham, lokama. Pono o Ke Akua. 
Ju'dali, luda. Mahaloia. 
Ju1i-an> lule or, lulio. Lauoho pa- 
Ju'li-us J lupalu. 

Iiaw'rence, lowene. Kau lei ia. 
L'em'u-el, Xienxuela. Na Ke Akua i 

Iieon'ard, Leonara. Koa, mehe liona 

lie'o-pold, 3Leopolo. Aa no ka lehu- 

Le'vi, Levi. Pilipaa. 

Lou'is \ ^ 111 * koa wiwo ole. 
Lor'rin, Lolena. 
Lot, Ijota. Kapauhi. 
Luke, īiUka. Malamalama. 
Iiii'ther, X,utera. Koa kaulana. 

Ma-nas'seb., Manase. Poinawale. 
Man'u-el, Maimela. 
Mark, * ( Mareko. He hamale. 
Mar'tin, Makini. Koa. 
Mat'thew, Mataio. Makana o Jehova. 
Māx'i-mīl'i-an, Makimilio. 
Mī'eah, Maika, or Mika. Owai i like 

me Jehova ? 
Mo'ses, Mose, or Moke. Laweia no 

loko mai o ka wai. 


Na/than, Katana. He makana. 
Na-tlian'a-el, ) Nataniela. Ka ma* 
Na-than'i-el, J kana o ke Akua. 
NIeh/o-las> Nikolo. Lanakila o ka 

No'ah, Noa. Maha. 
No- el, Noela. Hanauia ma ka la kari- 


6'ba-di'ali, Obadia. KauwaokaHaku. 
O'bed, Obeda. Hooko ana mamuli o 

ke Akua. 
QFi-ver, Oliva. Kumu oliva. 
Os'ear, Oka. Koa lelelele. 
Ow'en, Owena. Koa opio. 

Paul, Paulo. Liilii. 
Pe'ter, Petero. He pohaku. 
PhiFip, Pilipo. Makee lio. 
Pliln'e-as, Piniliasa. Waha keleawe. 


Ralph, Rala. 

Raph/a-el, Kapaela. Ka hoola' ana 

mai a Ke Akua mai. 
Reu'ben, Keubena. Aia hoi! he keiki 

RIcli'ard, Idkeke. Mana; koikoi. 
Kob'ert, Lopaka. Alohilohi ka nani. 
Rog'er, Lokeke. Kaulana me ka ihe. 
Ku/fus, tupe. Ehu, lauoho ehu. 


Samesona, hauoli nui. 


Sam/u-el, Samuela. Noi ia ; Noialoha. 
Saul, Saulo. Noi ia. 
Se-re'no, Sereno. Lai; malie. 



Setli, Seta. Hookohoia. 
Si'las, Sila. Noho ma ka ululaau. 
SIm'e-on, ) Simeona, Simoua. Hoo- 
Si'mon, i lobe pono ia. 
S6Fo-mon, Solomona. Main; kua- 

Ste'plien, Setepano. He lei alii. 

Thad'de-us, Tadaio. Ka mea naauao. 

The'o-dore, Teo, or Teodore. Ma- 
kana o ke Akua. 
Tl'tus, Tito. 


Wal-ter, Wala. E hoomalu ana i ka 

William, Wilama or Uilama. Pa- 



Adalina. Aliiwahine. 
• Alika or Alisa. Alii wahine. 

Ab'i-gail, Abegaila. Ka hauoli o kuu 
w makuakane. 
Alice i 
Alicia i 
Al-mi'ra, Alamira. Kiekie. 
Al-thē-ā, Alatea. Mea hoola. 
A-mē-li-a, Amelia. Makaala; hoihoi. 
A-my, JEma. Halialia. 
An'na, 1 

An'ne, \ Ana, Ane. Onaona; puloku, 
Ann, * 
Ar-a-bēl'lā, Arabela. Waliine no 

Au-gus'ta, Auguseta. Alii. 

Bar'ba-ra, Babara. Ano e; haole. 
Ber'tlia, Beke. Mikiala. 

€ar'0"lme, Kalolina, or Karolaina; 

wahine koa, 
Cath'a-rine, Katalina, or Kakarina. 

Cje-cil'i-a, Kikilia, or Kekila. 
Cliar'lotte, Kaloka, ISaau koa. 

€*£&■*, | Kalara - Alohilohi. 
€o-ra.Kora. Kaikamahine; wahine ui. 
Cor-ne'li-a, ELorenelia. 

Deb'o-rah, Debora. Nalo meli. 
Uē'li-ā, Delia. 

Dī-ān'a, Diana, or Kina. Akua wa- 

Di'nah, Kina. Hookolokoloia. 
Do'ra, Dora. Ka makana o Ke Akua. 
Dor'eas, Doreka. He dia. 
Dor'o-the'a, ) Doreka. Ka makana o 
Dor'o-thy, J Ke Akua. 


E'dith, Edi. Hauoli; makana maka- 

El'e-a-nor, Elianora. Malamalama. 
E-lis'a-beth, Elisabeta. Hoomana i 

Ke Akua. 
E-li'za, Elisa. Hoolaa ia ri a Ke Akua. 
El'la, Ela. Malamalama. 
Ēl'len, Elena. 
El-vi'ra, Elevira. Keokeo, 
Ein'e-Hne, \ Emelina. Hoihoi; 
Em'me-line, J miki. 
Em'l-ly, Emelia, or Emalia. Ma* 
_ kaala. 

Em'ma, Ema. Miki, 
Es'ther, Eseta, or Esetera. Pomai- 

Etli'el, Etela. Hanohano. 
Eii'nice, Eimika. Lanakila hauoli. 
E-va, Ewa. Ola. 
E-van'ge-line, Euanelia. Lawe ana 

i ka olelo maikai. 

E w alin a . Like me E wa, 


Eani. Hookuu ia. 


Fi-dē'li-ā, Fidelia. Kupaa. 
Elo'ra, Felora. IS a pua. 
Elor'ence, Eelorena. Omeomeo. 





Har'ri-et, Hariaka. 

oka ohana. 

Hana. Puloku. 

Ke poo wahine 


Hen'ri-et'ta, Henerieta. 
Hes'ter, Eseta. 

No Heneri. 

I'da, Ida. Me lie Akua la. 
I-re'ne, Irene. Lai; malu. 
Is-a-bel, ) Isabel a. Ano like me 
I§-a-beFla, j" Elisabeta. 

Jane, Kina. Ano like me John. 
Jean-nette', Kina. Ano like me Jane. 
Jo'se-phine, Kepina. E pakni hou 

JuFi-a, Inlia. 
Juli-an-a, luliana. 


I.ati'ra, I,ala. 
Le'o-no'ra, Leonora. 
ILIFi-an, ) 

LiFly, [ Iiilia. Pua lilia. 

Ul-y, ) 

X.o'Is, I*oika. Maikai. 



Ijou-i'sa, | 

I.ou-ise', ) 



Iiyd-I-a, liidia, or Iiilia. 

Ma'bel, Mabela. Punahele. 
Mad'e-line, Madelina. 
Mar'ga-ret, Makaleka. He momi, 
Ma-rl'a, Maraea. Hoku o ke kai. 
Ma/ri-on, Mariana. Farani no Mary. 

Mar'tha, Mareka. Ke poo o ka ohana, 
Ma/ry, Mere, or Maria. Hoku o ke 

May, Mahina o Mei, or Mary. 
Mi'ri-am, Miriama. Ano like me 



Nan'cy, Ane. Aulii. 
No'rah, Nora, Malamalama. 

0-ilv?i-a,| ° livia - Heoliva. 

Phe'be» I t>„.„ 
Phce'be, $ Poi P e 

Paulina. Uuku. 

Makamae; rmlili. 

PoFly, Poli. Like me Mere. 
Prls-ciFla, Perisila. Kahiko iki. 



Ra'chel, Rabela, or tahela. 


Re-bee'ca, ) I^epeka, or Rebeka, 
Re-bek'ah, j Onaona; pulokn. 
Rlio'da, Rod a. Pua rose. 
Kose, Rose. Pna rose. 4 

Ro'sa-bel'la, Rosabela. Pna rose 

Ro-sa-lie'. Pna rosa mohala. 
Ruth, IiUka, or Ruta. Nani. 


Sa/ra, ) Sarai, or Sara. Alii wa- 
Sa'rah, ) bine. 
Se-lFna, Selina. Mahina. 
So-phFa, Sopia. Naauao. 
Su'san, Suke, or Suse. He lilia. 
Su-san'na, Susana. Lilia. 

Tāb'i-tnā, Kapika. He dia. 

Vie-to'ri-a, Vitoria. Lanakila. 


— OF — 



Every people, possessed of some civilization, attempts to preserve a record of its 
past, whether that record he handed down orally or by some sort of writing. With 
the Hawaiians, as with their Polynesian congeners everywhere, such records were 
passed down orally from father to child, or from master to disciple, within the pro 
fessional circle of those to whom immemorial usage had consigned the preservation 
of them. But history, or a record of the past, would become unintelligible and rank 
confusion unless set forth, or arranged, upon some system of Chronology. Some peo- 
ples counted time by the number of generations from some common ancestor; some 
counted by the length of reign of each successive king or chief; some counted eacn 
individual year within a, by them, generally adopted era. The Hawaiians counted 
by generations of their principal Chiefs or Kings. They started from Wake A as a 
common ancestor of all the Chiefs on all the islands of the Hawaiian group; but for 
convenience or clearness sake, time was counted by either of the reigning families 
on the four principal islands— -Kauai, Oahu, Maui, or Hawaii. Thus an event worthy 
of being preserved on the national records, was said to have occurred "in the time 
of" (i ke au o), such and such a prominent chief of this or that island; and, in order 
to ascertain the when, generations were counted, either down from Wakea, or, more 
generally up (back) from the then present generation. Thus Hawaiian chronology 
was not very exact, it must be admitted, but to a people who depended entirely upon 
the faithful memory of their Bards and Priests, it was sufficiently approximate to 
bring order and sequence in their unwritten records of the past. To us, of a later 
and more developed civilization, the exactitude of dates is the very essence of history, 
or at least one of its most necessary elements, but an approximation to truth satisfied 
the ancient Hawaiian. In my work, "An Account of the Polynesian Race; its Or- 
igin and Migrations" vol, i, p. 166, 1 have approximately fixed the period of Wakea 
at about 190 A. D., and the length of a generation, for the purposes of historical 
compilation at thirty years, Counting fifteen generations after Wakea we arrive 
at Nana-tjltt, in whose time the Hawaiian group was undoubtedly occupied by the 
Hawaiian branch of the Polynesian Race, say 500 A. D. Continuing on the Geneal- 
ogical line of Nana-ultj, as the safest and most correct, we arrive after fifteen 
more generations, or 450 years, at the period of Maweke, say 1030 A. D., when that 
remarkable intermigratory movement between the Southern and Northern Polyne- 
sian groups, of which their legends and chants give so ample evidence, had already 



commenced. From Maweke down, therefore, Hawaiian chronology may "be com- 
puted from any of the leading genealogies, counting Maweke as No. 29, Paumakua 
as No. 30, and Pilikaeaea as No. 31 from Wakea. 

Thus, to take a few genealogies out of many we get the following approximate 
chronological lists, viz: 




A. IX 

Pilikaeaea 1090 

Kukohau 1120 

Kaniuhi 1150 

Kanipahu 1180 

Kalapana 1210 

Kahaimoelea 1240 

Kalaunuiohua 1270 

Kuaiwa 1300 

Kahoukapu 1330 

Kauholanuimahu 1360 

Kiha nui lulu moku..... 1390 

Liloa 1420 

Umi a Liloa 1450 

Kealiiokaloa .....1480 

Kukailani.. 1510 

Kaikilani,(w). • I 540 

Keakealanikane 1570 

Keakamahana, (w) 1600 

Keakealani, (w) ....1630 

Kalanikauleleiaiwi, (w) 1660 

Keawepoepoe 1690 

Kameeiamoku 1720 

Kepookalani 1750 

Aikanaka.... -1780 

Keohokalole, (w) .1810 

Kalakaua, bona 1836 


No. A. r>. 

30. Pammakua ....1060 

31. Haho 1090 

32. Palena 1120 

33. Hanalaa 1150 

34. Mauiloa 1180 

35. Alo..... 1210 

36. Kuhimana 1240 

37. Kamaloohua 1270 

38. Loe ; 1300 

39. Kaulahea I 1330 

40. Kakae . 1360 

41. Kahekili 1 1390 

42. Kawaokaohele ..1420 

4a Piilani 1450 

44 Kiha a Piilani. 1480 

45. Kamalalawalu. .1510 

46. Kauhi a Kama.. 1540 

47. Kalanikaumakaowakea 1570 

48. Lonohonuakini 1600 

49. Kaakaualani (w).. 1630 

50. Mopua 1660 

51. KalahuimokuXI 1690 

52. Kahikikala (w) 1720 

53. Kalokuokamaile 1750 

54. Kaohelelani (w) 1780 

55. Laanui 1800 

56. E. Kekaaniau (w) 1834 


No. . D. 

29. Maweke 1030 

30. Mulielealii 1060 

31. Moikeha .....1090 

32. Hookamalii ... 1120 

33. Kahai =1150 

34. Kuolono 1180 

35. Maela, (w) and Lauli a Laa 1210 

36. Laulihewa 1240 

37. Kahuoi 1270 

38. Pna a Kahuoi..... 1300 

39. Kukaaliaililani .1330 

40. Mailikukahi 1360 

41. Kalonaiki 13:0 

42. Piliwale 1420 

43. Kukaniloko, (w) ...1450 

44. Kalaimanuia, (w)..... 1480 

45. Kaihikapu a Manuia .....1510 

46. Kakuhihewa 1540 

47. Kaihikapu a Kakuhihewa 1570 

48. Kahoowahaokalani lCCO 

49. Kauakahi a Kahoowaha 1C30 

50. Kualii 1C60 

51. Peleioholani 1G90 

52. Kumahana 1720 

53. Kaneoneo 1750 

54. Kapuaamohu, (w) 1774 

55. Kinoike, (»..... 1804 

56. Kapiolani, (w) horn ...1834 

No. A. D. 

30. Paumakua ....lOoO 

31. Kumakaha 1030 

32. Luahiwa 1120 

33. AhukaL. .1150 

34. Laa mai Kahiki 1180 

No. A. B. 

35. Ahukini a Laa 1210 

36. Kamahano... 1240 

37. Luanu.u 1270 

38. Kukona 1300 

39. Manokalanipoo 1330 

40. Kaumakamano 1360 

41. Kehakuakane .131-0 

42. Kuwalupaukamoku 1420 

43. Kahakumakapaweo ...1450 

44. Kalanikukuma 1480 

45. Ilihiwalani ....1510 

46. Kauhi a Hiwa .1541) 

47. Kawelomahamahaia 1570 

48. Kawelomakualua ...1600 

49. Kawelo Peekoa ..1630 

50. Kau a Kaweloaikanaka (m;).. ....... 1660 

51. Kukalanihoouluae.. ..1690 

52. Kaiakea 1720 

53. Kekuelike-nui. ....1750 

54. Kaena Ku Kalili 1780 

55. Alanakaku Pionao (w)..... 1824 

56. C. Kaonolmilaokalani (w) .....1840 



1527— November. Arrival of shipwrecked ' 
Spaniards at Keei, S. Kona, Ha- 
waii, in the time of Kealiio- 
kaloa. Probably survivors from 
one of the three vessels tinder 
the command of Don Alvaso de 
Saavedra, bound from New 
Spain, to the Molucca Islands. 

1555— The Hawaiian Islands discovered 
by Juan de Gaytan, on a voyage 
from New Spain to the Moluc- 
cas. The islands were called in 
Spanish, "Los Majos." 

1736— November. Kekaulike, King of 
Maui, died and was succeeded 
by his son, Kamehameha-nui. 
" — November. Kamehameha I, af- 
terwards the famous consolida- 
te of the Hawaiian group un- 
der one government, was born 
at Kokoike, N. Kohala, Hawaii. 

1737— Early in the year the battle at Ka- 
wela, Molokai, between Ala- 
pai-nui, King of Hawaii, and 
Kapiioholalani, King of Oahu, 
in which the latter was de- 
feated and slain. 
" —After the battle of Kawela Ala- 
pai-nui invaded Oahu, but to- 
wards the end of the summer 
concluded peace with Peleio- 
Jiolani, then King of Oahu, at 
Naone-a-Laa, in Kaneohe, Koo- 
laupoko, Oahu. 
" — Rebellion on Maui by Kauhiai- 
moku-a-Kama, against his bro- 
ther Kamehameha-nui. 

1738— Battle of Keawawa (between 
Black Rock and Lahaina), be- 
tween Alapai-nui and Kameha- 
meha-nui on the one side, and 
Peleioholani and Kauhiaimoku- 
a-Kama on the other side. Kau- 
hiaimoku was killed. Kameha- 
meha-nui assumed the government 
of Maui and Alapai-nui returned 
to Hawaii. 

1752 — Keoua Kalanikupua-paikalani-nui, 
the father of Kamehameha I, and 
nephew of Alapai-nui, died at 
Piopio, Hilo. 
" —Revolt of Kalaniopuu, son of 
Kalaninui-amamao against Alapai- 

1754 — Alapai-nui died at Kikiakoi, S. 
Kohala, Hawaii. 
" — Battle (between Keei and Honau- 
nau, S. Kona, Hawaii), between 
Keaweopalay the son and suc- 
cessor of Alapai-nui and Ka- 
laniopuu. Keaweopala was defeated 
and killed and Kalaniopuu as- 
sumed the sovereignty of Hawaii. 

1759 — Kalaniopuu invades Maui and 
occupies the districts of Hana 
and Kipahulu. 

1765 — Kamehameha-nui, King of Maui, 
died and was succeeded by his 
brother Kahekili. 

1768—Kaahumanu, daughter of Keeau- 
mokupapamaheahe and Namahana, 
was born at Kauwiki, Hana, 

1770— Peleioholani, King of Oahu, died. 

1773 — Kumahana, son and successor of 
Peleioholani, deposed from the 
sovereignty of Oahu and Kahaha- 
na elected King in his place. 

1775— War renewed between Hawaii 
and Maui. Kalaniopuu was de- 
feated at the battle called " Ka- 
laehohoa" and at " Kalae-a-Kai- 
lio," in Kaupo. 

1776— Battle called " Ahulau ka piipii i 
Kakanilua" fought near Waikapu 
sand hills, Maui, between Kalani- 
opuu and Kahekili. Kalaniopuu' s 
famous regiment Alapa, compris- 
ing 800 picked men of the Ha- 
waiian nobility, annihilated with 
the exception of two. 

1777— Kalaniopuu again invades Maui. 
Repulsed at Lahaina, he invades 
Lanai; successful at Lanai, he in- 
vades Hamakualoa, Maui; defeat- 
ed there, he retreats to Kooiau, 

1778— January 18. Capt. J. Cook, in com- 
mand of H. B. M. ships " Resolu- 
tion" and " Discovery," sights the 
islands of Oahu and Kauai. 
" —January SO. Cook landed at Wai- 

mea, Kauai. 
" — January W. Cook anchored off west 

point of Niihau. 
" —February 2. Cook leaves Niihau 
and proceeds to the N. W. coast of 
America and Bekring's Straits. 
" —November 26. On his return from 
the North, Cook sights Maui. On 
November 30, Cook being off Wai- 
lua, Kooiau, Maui, Kalaniopuu, 
Kamehameha, and other chiefs 
came on board of Cook's ships. 

1779 — January 17. Cook anchored at Ke- 
alakeakua Bay, Kona, Hawaii. 
" — January %h. Kalaniopuu returns to 

Kealakeakua from Maui. 
" — February h. Cook leaves Kealake- 
akua Bay, but returned on Febru- 
ary 11th, to repair damages sus- 
tained in a gale of wind on the 

" —February 1U. Capt. Cook killed in 
an affray with the natives at Ke- 
1781— Kahekili reconquers the East Maui 
districts and the fort at Kauwiki, 
at Hana. This was called the war 
of " Kaumupikao." 



1782— January. Kalaniopuu, King of Ha- 
waii, died at Kailikii, in Waio- 
ahukini, Kau, Hawaii. 

" —July. Battle of "Mokuohai/' be- 
tween Kamehameha I and Kiwa- 
lao, son and successor of Kalani- 
. opuu. Kiivalao slain. 
1783— January. Kahekili invades Oalm; 
conquers Kahahana in the battle 
at Kaheiki and assumes the sov- 
ereignty of Oalm. 
«« —War between Kamehameha I and 
Keawemauhili, of Ililo, at Puaa- 
loa, nearPanaewa. Kamehameha 
I defeated and retreats to Laupa- 
hoehoe. The war called " Kaua- 

1784r—Kekuhaupio, the famous warrior 
chief of Keei, died at Napoopoo, 
Kona, Hawaii. 

1785 — Kahahana betrayed by his brother- 
in-law, Kekuamanoha, and killed. 
» — The conspiracy and revolt against 
Kahekili, on Oahu, called " Wai- 
pio-Kimopo," suppressed. 
" — War between Kamehameha I and 
Keawemauhili and Keoua Kuahu- 
ula, of Kau. Desultory fighting; 
no result. Kamehameha /returns 
to Kohala. This war was called 
" Hapuu." 

1783— Kamehameha I sends his brother 
Kalanimalokuloku - Keliimaikai to 
retake the districts of Hana and 
Kipahulu, on Maui. At the bat- 
tle of Maulili, in Kipahulu, the 
Hawaiian expedition was defeat- 
ed and driven out of the island. 
" — The first foreign vessels since Capt. 
Cook's death, arrive at the Ha- 
waiian Islands. On May 26th, the 
"King George" and "Queen Char- 
lotte" from London, under Capts. 
Portlock and Dixon, touched at 
Kealakeakua Bay. 
" —May $8. La Perouse, commanding 
a French exploring expedition, 
anchored near Lahaina, Maui. 

1787— August. Capt. Meares, in the En- 
glish ship "Nootka," and Capt. 
Douglas m the "Iphigenia" ar- 
rived at the Hawaiian islands. 
Kaiana-a-Ahuula goes with Capt. 
Meares from Kauai to China. 

1788; — Kaiana-a-Ahuula returns in the 
"Iphigenia" from Canton, China, 
to Kauai, and 

1789— January, arrives at Kealakeakua, 
Hawaii, and is received by Kame- 
hameha I. 

17£0 — February. Massacre of natives at 
Olowalu, Maui, by American ship 
"Eleanor," Capt. Metcalf. 

1790— -March 17. The "Fair America," 
tender to the ship "Eleanor" was 
cut off at Kaupulehu, N. Kona, 
Hawaii, by Kameeiamoku, and all 
the crew was killed except Isaac 
Davis, an Englishman. 

" —March 17. John Young, an English- 
man, boatswain of the ship 
"Eleanor," was kidnapped by 
order of Kamehameha I, and de- 

«» — in the summer months Kameha- 
meha I invades Maui, lands at 
Hana; proceeds through the Koo- 
lau District to Hamakualoa, and 
between Halehaku and Kokomo 
a battle was fought against the 
Maui forces. Kamehameha I vic- 

" —Battle of **Iao" or " Kepaniwai " 
fought, between Kamehameha I 
and Kalanikupule, the son of Ka- 
hekili. Kalani-kupule beaten and 
fled to Oahu. 

" — Kalola, widow of Kalaniopuu and 
mother of Kiwalao, died at Kala- 
maula, Molokai. 

" — Keoua Kuahuula invades Hilo. The 
battle of Alae is fought, in which 
Keawemauhili is slain. Keoua 
carries the war into Hamakua 
and Wainiea. Kamehameha I re- 
turns from Molokai, and the bat- 
tles at PaauhaTi and at Koapapa, 
in Hamakua were fought between 
Kamehameha and KeotiaAhe latter 
retreating to Hilo, and Kameha- 
meha stopping to recruit at Wai- 
'* — November, Great eruption from the 
crater of Kilauea. A portion of 
Keoua' s army passing by destroyed 
by showers of heated sand and 

1791— Battle of " Ke-pu-waha-ula-ula " 
or " Kawai " fought by the com- 
bined forces of Kahekili and his 
brother Kaeo, king of Kauai, 
against Kamehameha I, at the Pali- 
Hulaana, near Waimanu. Hama- 
kua, Hawaii. It was a sea-fight. 
Kamehameha /victorious. 

1791— -The Heiau of Puukohola, at Kawai- 
hae, built by order of Kamehame- 
ha I. 
" — KeouaKuahuula treacherously killed 
at Kawaihae Bay by Keeaumoku 
papaiaaheahe, latter part of the 
year. Kamehameha I supreme 
on Hawaii. 

1792— March 3. Capt. Vancouver, with 
H. B. M. ships " Discovery " and 
" Chatham," arrives at Kealakea-^ 
kua bay. 



1792— May 11. Massacre of Lieutenant 
Hergest and McGooch of the En- 
glish store-ship " Doedalus," "by 
the natives at Waiinea, Oahu. 

1793— February 13— Second visit of Capt. 
Vancouver. Anchors at Kawai- 
hae and lands the first hull and 
cow on Hawaii. 

1794— January 9. Third visit of Capt. 
" —July. Kahekili dies at Ulukou, 

Waikiki, Oahu. 
" —English vessels "Jackal" and 
" Prince Leboo" first to enter the 
harbor of Honolulu. 

1795— January 1. Captain Brown of the 
"Jackal" and Capt. Gardner of the 
"Prince Leboo" with most of their 
crews massacred by Kalanikupule 
and his chiefs in Honolulu har- 
" — April and May. Invasion of Oahu, 
by Kamehameha I. Battle of Nuu- 
anu; defeat and death of Kalani- 
kupule. All the islands subject to 
Kamehameha except Kauai and 
" — Latter Part. Kamehameha J, starts 
with his fleet to invade Kauai. 
Encountered a gale of wind in the 
channel, many canoes lost, re- 
turns to Oahu. The expedition 
called "Ieiewaho." 

1796— Rebellion of ^Namakeha in Hama- 
kua, Hawaii, Kamehameha goes to 
Hawaii in August, battle of Kai- 
palaoa in Hilo. Namakeha killed. 

1797— Liholiho afterwards Kamehameha IT, 
is born to Kamehameha and his 
wife Keopuolani. 

1801— The fleet of canoes called ' 'Peleleu," 
built by Kamehameha I, muster at 
Kawaihae, and 

1802— Kamehameha goes with said fleet to 
" — Kameeiamoku, father of Hoapilikane 
and of Kepookalani, dies at Lahai- 

1803— January %3. The first horse landed 
in Honolulu from a Boston ship. 
" —Kamehameha I goes to Oahu to pre- 
pare again for the invasion of 
of Kauai. 

1804— The pestilence, or plague, called 
«'Ahulau" and "Okuu" is raging 
over the islands. Kceaumoku-pa- 
paiaaheahe dies this year. 

1&Q§—Kaumiialii, King of Kauai, goes to 
Oahu and negotiates with Kame- 
hameha I for the cession of Kauai 
at the death of Kaumualii. 

1810— Isaac Davis died. 

1812 — Kamehameha I returns to Hawaii. 
The voyage is called " Kaniau- 

1813 — Kauikeaouli, afterwards Kamehame- 
ha III, was born on August 11th, 
to Kamehameha I and Keopuolani. 
The day of his birth, however, 
was in after years conventionally 
fixed for March 17th, but the above 
date is the testimony, of his nurse 
Emilia Keaweamahi, wife of Ka- 
ikeoewa. Governor of Kauai, Kau- 
ikeaouli was born at Keauhou> N. 
Kona, Hawaii. 

1815 — Nahienaena (the Princess) born to 
Kamehameha I and Keopuolani. 
" — Russians, under a Doctor Schefler, 
build the redoubts at Hanalei, and 
the fort at Waiinea, Kauai. 

1816— The Russians leave Kauai. Build- 
ing of the fort at Honolulu com- 
menced by Kalaimoku. 
" — Pauli Kaoleioku, first-born son of 
Kamehameha I, died in Honolulu, 
aged about 60 years. 
" — November 21. Capt. Kohzebue, in 
the Russian corvette "Rurik," ar- 
rived at Kealekeakua, Hawaii; 
proceeds to Oahu and is the first 
man-of-war that entered the har- 
bor of Honolulu and exchanged 
salutes with the battery there. 
The *' Rurik" left Honolulu De- 
cember Ihth. 
" — The present Hawaiian flag adopted 
as the national flag. 

1819 — May 8. Kamehameha I died at Kai- 
lua, Kona, Hawaii. His son Liho- 
liho succeeded him as Kamehame- 
ha II. 

" —During the balance of this year the 
Kapu in regard to eating was 
frequently and openly broken by 
Liholiho, Kaahumanu, Keopuolani, 
and most of the highest chiefs. 
In October the abolition of the 
Kapu, the "Ainoa," was formallv 
proclaimed from Hawaii to Kau- 

1819— August. French Corvette'TUranie" 
Capt. Freycinct arrives at Kawai- 
hae, Hawaii, Kalaimoku and 
JBoki baptised by the ship's chap- 
" —In November Revolt of Kekuaoka- 
lani y son of Keliimaikai, and 
cousin of Liholiho, in defense of 
the Kapu. Insurrection in Ha- 
makua; Liholiho' s troops defeat- 
ed by the insurgents. 

1820— January. Battle at Kuamoo, N. 
Kona, Haw aii, between the forces 
of Liholiho and Kekuaokalani. The 
latter defeated, and he and his 
wife Manono killed. 



1820— General destruction and burning 
of Heiaus and Idols. 

" —March 30. American Brig "Thad- 
deus," Capt. Hunnewell, from 
Boston, arrives at Hawaii, and on 
April 5th anchors at Kailua, Kona, 
having on "board the first mis- 
sionaries of the A.BCJ. M. This 
first party consisted of Rev. Asa 
Thurston and Eev. Hiram Bing- 
ham, ordained Missionaries, with 
their wives; Dan'l. Chamberlain, 
Tho. Holmes, Sam'l Whitney, 
Samuel Ruggles, Elisha Loomis 
and four Hawaiians, Honolii, 
Hopu and Kanui who had re- 
ceived some education at Corn- 
wall Institute, and George Hume- 
hume, the son of Kaumualii the 
King of Kauai. 

" —First Whalcship "Mary" Capt. 
Allen, enters Honolulu harbor. 

" — December. Liholiho visits Maui. 
1821— February U. Liholiho visits Oahu. 

" —July 21. Liholiho starts from Hono- 
lulu in an open boat and arrives 
at Kauai on the 22d. Conference 
with Kaumualii, who is brought 
as a quasi State prisoner to Hono- 
lulu, and Keeaumoku-opio ap- 
pointed as Governor of Kauai. 

" —Kaahumanu takes Kaumualii and 
his son Keliiahonui as husbands 
in October. 

First Christian meeting house 
erected in Honolulu Aug. 25th. 
1822— January 7. The first printed sheet 
in Hawaiian, was struck off at the 
American Mission, Honolulu. 

" — May 1. Captain Kent presents to 
Liholiho in the name of H. B. 
Majesty a schooner, "Prince Re- 
gent," of 70 tons, fully armed and 
li —July U. First celebration of Ameri- 
can Independence held in Hono- 
lulu. Acting Consul J. S. Jones, 

cc —August 11. First Christian marriage 
celebrated in the islands between 
two natives. 

u —August 13. Kaumualii and Kaahu- 
manu visit Kauai and returned in 

" —December. First Christian burial of 
a native. 
1823— February. Law proclaimed for pub- 
lic observance of the Sabbath. 

' ' —April h. Rev. Mr. Ellis arrives from 

" —Aprils. Liholiho' s festival in com- 
memoration of the death of Ka- 
mehameha I. 

1823— May. LToapiWcane appointed Gov- 
ernor of Maui. 

" — September 16. Keopuolani, widow of 
Kamehameha I, died at Lahaina 
and was buried there. She was 
born probably in 1778. 

" — October 19. Roapilikane is married 
by Rev. W. Richards to Kaheihei- 
malie, generally known as Hoapi- 
Uwahine. another widow of Ka- 
mehameha L and sister of Kaahu- 

" — Novembers?. Liholiho and his Queen 
Kamehamalu, with their suite, 
leave Honolulu on board of the 
English ship " L'Aigle," Capt. 
Starbuck, bound to England. 
1824 — March 23. Keeaumoku-opio (gene- 
rally known as George Cox), Gov- 
ernor of Kauai, died. 

" —May 22. Liholiho and suite land at 
Portsmouth, England. 

" —May 26. Kaumualii, ex-king of 
Kauai, died in Honolulu and was 
buried at Lahaina. 

" — July 8. Kamehamalu, Liholiho's 
wife, dies in London of the 

" —July 13. Liholiho, Kamehameha II t 
dies in London of the measles. 

" — August 8. George Humehume, son 
of Kaumualii, raises a revolt on 
Kauai and attacks the Fort at 

" — September. Battle at Wahiawa, Ka- 
uai. The insurgents defeated?! 
Kiaimakani killed, Humehume 
taken prisoner and rebellion ex- 

" —Fort at Lahaina built. 

" —Kapiolani descends into the crater 
of Kilauea and defies the heathen 
Goddess Pele. 
1825— April 16. Richard Charlton, English 
Consul, arrives at Honolulu. 

" — May L. English frigate " Blonde," 
Lord Byron, Captain, arrives at 
Lahaina with the corpses and 
coffins of Liholiho and Kameha- 
malu. Arrived at Honolulu on 
the 6. 

" —June6. Kauikeaouli is publicly pro- 
claimed king, as Kamehameha 
III, in succession to his brother 
Liholiho. Kaahumanu is declared 
Regent during the Minority. The 
Chiefs' lands declared inalienable 
in their families. 

" — October. The crew of the British 
whale ship " Daniel," Captain 
Buckle, attack the house of Rev. 
Mr. Richards, in Lahaina, but are 



1826—The TL S. schooner "Dolphin," 
Lieut. John Percival, command- 
er, arrived at Honolulu. 

" — February 26. The crew of the "Dol- 
phin" attack the houses of Kalai- 
moku and Rev. Mr. Bingham, hut 
are repulsed. 

" —April. Kahalaia son of Kalaima- 
mahu, and nephew of Kamehame- 
ha I, died. 

*' —September $7. The church at Kailua, 
Kofi a, Hawaii, finished and dedi- 

41 —October. TheU. S. ship " Peacock," 
Capt. ap Catesby Jones, arrives at 
1827 — February 8. Kalaimoku, son of Ke- 
kuamdnoha and Kanakahukilani, 
(w), died at Kailua, Kona, Ha- 
waii, and Boki, his brother, ap- 
i pointed Governor of Oahu, and 
guardian of the young King. 

" —July 7. The ship " Comet," Captain 
Plaisard, from Bordeaux, arrives 
at Honolulu with the first Catho- 
lic Missionaries, Rev J d Messrs. 
Bachelot and Short. 

" — July lh. First Catholic Mass cele- 
brated in Honolulu. 

" — October. Marriage of Kinau, daugh- 
ter of Kamehameha I, and Kahei- 
heimalie, with M. Kekuanaoa. 
1828 — September lh. Cornerstone of Wai- 

nee church, in Lahaina, laid. 
1329 — December %. Governor Boki and his 
company, in the brig " Kameha- 
meha" and schooner " Beeket," 
leave Honolulu for a voyage to the 
South Pacific. 

" — Namahana Kekuai Piia, sister of Ka- 
ahumanu,, and wife of Laanui, 
1830— March. Kaahumanu makes circuit 
of Oahu ; also, during the year, 
circuit of Maui and Hawaii. 

" — August 3. The schooner " Beeket" 
returns to Honolulu from the 
South Pacific expedition and re- 
ports the brig ^'Kamehameha" 
lost and Boki dead. 

" — Disturbances in Honolulu by the 
party of Liliha, widow of Boki, 
and daughter of Hoapilikane. Ku- 
akini, brother of Kaahumanu, ap- 
pointed Governor of Oahu; order 
1831 — September. The Lahainaluna High 
School opened. 

" December %h. The Catholic priests sent 
out of the country on board the 
brig " Waverly," by order of Ka- 
ahumanu and landed at San Pedro, 

1831— December W. Naihe, son of Keawe-a- 
Heulu, died, and Kuakini ap- 
pointed Governor of Hawaii. 
1832 — Kaahumanu makes her second cir- 
cuit of Maui and Hawaii. 

" — June 5. Kaahumanu died. Kinau 
succeeds her as Premier ( " Kuhi- 

" — August. U. S. frigate " Potomac," 
Commodore Downes, arrives at 

" —September. The disorderly conduct 
of Kaomi commences. 
1833 — March, Kauikeaouli, Kamehameha 
III assumes the Government. 
Revocation of most of the laws 
imposed by Kaahumanu. 

" —The Bethel Church built at Hono- 

" — Kaomi died. 
1834— February lh. First newspaper prin- 
ted in Hawaiian at Lahainaluna, 
called the " Lama Hawaii." 

" —June. Kamanele, daughter of Kua- 
kini, died. 

" — The newspaper "Kumu Hawaii" 
commenced at Honolulu. 
1835 — First Hawaiian Almanac printed. 

" —Nahienaena, sister of the king, 
married to Leleiohoku, son of Ka- 

" —December 16. John Young dies in 
1836— September 30— Robert Walsh, Catho- 
lic Priest, lands at Honolulu. 

" —The newspaper (English) "Sand- 
wich Island Gazette" commenced, 

tt —December 30. Nahienaena died at 
1837— April 17. Bachelot and Short return 
to Honolulu on the brigantine 
" Clementine." 

" —May %Q.— Mr. Dudoit, owner of the 
"Clementine," hauls down her 
flag and surrenders the vessel to 
the Hawaiian Government under 

" —July 7. English surveying ship 
" Sulphur," Capt. Belcher, and on 
July 10, French frigate "Venus," 
Capt. dus Petit Thouars, arrive at 
—November %. Mr. L. Maigret, Catho- 
lic Pro-Vicar, arrived at Honolulu 
in the ship " Europa." 

" — Nov. 7. Extraordinary Tidal-wave 
sweeping the coasts of the Ha- 
waiian group. 

« —November £3.— Messrs. Maigret and 
Bachelot, Catholic Priests, leave 
Honolulu by order of Govern- 



1837— Aikanaka, son of Keohohiwa (w) , and 
Kipookalaniy and grandson of Ke- 
awe-a-Heulu, died. 
" —The streets in Honolulu, as now 
existing, laid out. 

1838— J. C. Jones, American Consul at 
Honolulu, superseded, and P. A. 
Brinsmade appointed in his place. 
1839— April h. Kinau, daughter of Kame- 
hameha J, and Kaheiheimalie, wife 
of Governor Kekuanaoa and Pre- 
mier of the kingdom, dies. The 
next day the King appoints his 
cousin Kekauluohi as Premier 
(Kuhina Nui). 

" — April 10. Kaikioewa, Governor of 
Kauai, dies. 

" —May 10. Hawaiian Bible, first edi- 
tion, finished printing at the Mis- 
sion Press. 

" — June 17,— The King, in Council, is- 
sues orders from Lahaina that no 
more punishments should he in- 
flicted on Catholics for religious 

" — July 10. French frigate "Arte- 
mise," Capt. La Place, arrived at 

" —July Ih. Kekauluohi and Kekuanaoa 
sign the treaty with Capt. La 
Place and pay $20,000 to France. 

e * — August %5. Liliha, widow of Gover- 
nor Boki and daughter of Hoapi- 
likane, died. 

1M0— January. Hoapilikane, Governor of 
Maui, son of Kameeiamoku, dies. 
" — May. Mr. Maigret returns to Hono- 

" —The Royal School for Chiefs in Ho- 
nolulu commenced under Mr. and 
Mrs. Cooke. 
-Kawaiahao Church, Honolulu, 

" —August 3. Mr. Bingham and family 
return to the United States of 

" —August 6. Corner stone of Roman 
Catholic Church in Honolulu laid. 

Arrival of the U. S. Ex- 
ploring Expedition under Com- 
modore Wilkes. 

" —October 8. First written Constitu- 
tion granted by Kamehameha III. 

" — October %0. Kamanawa and accom- 
plice publicly executed for crime; 
the murder of Kamanawa' s wife 

1841— May. Kapiolani wife of Naihe, and 
daughter of Keawemauhili, dies. 
" —The School at Punahou commenced. 

1842 — January. Kahieheimalie Iloapiliwa- 
Mne, sister of Kaahumanu and 
mother of Kinau and Kekauluohi, 

*' — July 8. Haalilio and Mr. Richards 
as Commissioners, sail for the 
United States and Europe to se- 
cure the recognition of Hawaiian 

" —July. Doctor G. P. Judd takes ser- 
vice under the Hawaiian Govern- 
ment and is appointed to fill the 
place of Mr. Richards. 

" —September. Mr. Charlton, English 
Consul, goes to England via Maz- 
atlan and is there removed from 
office. Before leaving, Charlton 
appointed Mr. Alexander Simp- 
son as the Consul, whom the King 
declined to receive. 

" —December 19. The United States 
acknowledge the Independence 
of the Hawaiian Kingdom. 
1843— January 18. First number of the 
"Friend" printed. 

" — January W. Eruption on Manna Loa 

«« —February lo. H. B. M. Ship "Carys- 
fort," Lord George Paulet, Capt. 
arrived at Honolulu. 

" — February 17. Lord George Paulet 
makes his demands on the Ha- 
waiian Government. 

" — February %5. The King under pres- 
sure from Lord Geo. Paulet and 
the English Consul, Mr. Simpson, 
cedes the islands provisionally 
to Great Britain and the English 
flag is hoisted on the Fort in Ho- 

" — March 1U. Mr. Simpson leaves with 
dispatches from Lord Geo. Paulet 
for England, and J. F. B, Marshall 
on behalf of the King, leaves in 
the same vessel. 

" —July 6. U. S. S. "Constellation", 
Commodore Kearney, arrives at 

" —July m. H. B. M. Ship " Lublin " 
Rear-Admiral Thomas, arrives at 

" —July 31. Admiral Thomas restores 
the sovereignty of the islands to 
the King; Hawaiian flag re-hoist- 
ed and saluted. 

" —-August 25. Gen'l Wm. Miller ap- 
pointed English Consul General 
at Hawaiian Islands. 

" — November %8. The independence of 
the Hawaiian Kingdom recog- 
nized jointly by England and 

" —The Masonic Order established in 



1844— First silk (197 pounds) exported 
from these islands. Raised on 
Kauai by Ch. Titeomb. 

*' —July 6. The U. S. Government for- 
mally recognizes the indepen- 
dence of Hawaiian Islands. 

" — July. The newspaper "Polynesian" 
established in Honolulu. 

'* —December S. Haalilio, one of the 
Hawaiian Commissioners to Eng- 
land and France, dies on his pas- 
sage home. 
1845 — March 23. Mr. Richards returns to 
Honolulu with the remains of 

" — May 20. The first Legislative Assem- 
bly, under the Constitution of 
1840, opened by the King in Ho- 

" —June 7. Kekauluohi, the Premier 
(Kuhina-nui), dies, 

" —June. John Young, son of John 
Young, Sr. and Kaoanaeha, ap- 
pointed Premier. 

" —First Coffee (248 pounds) exported 

from Honolulu. 
1846 — February 11. Commissioners ap- 
pointed to settle land-claims. 

" — -Oahn Temperance Society formed. 
J. F. B. Marshall, first President. 

" — March 26. French frigate " Virgi- 
nie," Admiral Hamelin, arrives 
at Honolulu and restores the 
$20,000 exacted by Capt. La Place 
in 1839. The French Consul Gen- 
eral, Mr. Perrin, arrived in the 

" —March 26. Treaty with France ne- 

<( —March 26. Treaty with England 

" —June 9. U. S. frigate " Congress/' 
Commodore Stockton, arrives at 
Honolulu with the U. S. Commis- 
sioner A. Ten Eyck as successor of 
Mr. Brown, recalled. 

» —October 29. The Danish frigate 
"Galathea" Capt. Steen Bille, 
negotiates the treaty between 
Denmark and Hawaii. 
" —December 10. Excelsior Lodge I. O. 
O. F. instituted in Honolulu. 

1847 — June 2. Keahikuni Kekauonohi, wife 
of L. Haalelea and daughter of 
Kahocmokukinau and Kahakuhakoi 
w. and grand daughter of Kame- 
hameha X, died in Honolulu. 

" —September 11. The first theatre in 
Honolulu, the " Tespian," opened, 
corner of Maunakea and King 

*' — November. Mr. Richards, Minister 
of Public Instruction, died. 

1848— January 8. Treaty with Hamburg 

" — February 1. The French Consul, E. 
Dillon, arived in the French ship 
" —June 17. Royal Hawaiian Theatre 
opened, corner of Hotel and Aia- 
kea streets. 
" —The Measles raging througU the 
islands. Commenced in the fall 
of 1847. 

" — ffr m p. Leleiohoku, Governor of Ha- 
waii, son of Kalaimoku and Ku~ 
wahine, (w), died. 

" — Gold discovered in California, and 
in August the first party of Ha- 
waiians, native and foreigners, 
started for the gold diggings. 
1849 — Beef first exported from the islands 
by Mr. French— 158 barrels. 

" —Admiral Tromelin, of the French 
frigate "Poursuivante," lands his 
forces and seizes the fort in Ho- 
nolulu and the King's yacht "Ka- 

" — G. P. Judd, Minister of Interior, 
sent to United States, England and 
France on a diplomatic mission. 
He is accompanied by the Princes 
Lot and Alexander. 

" —December 20. Treaty with the Unit- 
ed States negotiated. 
1850— Return of G. P. Judd and the Ha- 
waiian Princes. 

" —June 8. W. C. Parke appointed Mar- 
shal of Hawaiian Islands. 

" — December. Rowe's "Olympian Cir- 
cus," the first of the kind, arrived 
at Honolulu. 

" —December 20. Honolulu Post-office 
1851— January 11. Election of Represen- 

" — June. Court-house in Honolulu 
built, now Hackfeld & Co. 's store. 

" —July 10. Treaty with England ne- 

" — August 7. Treaty with Bremen ne- 

" — December. Sailor riot in Honolulu. 
1852 — January 25. The first consignment 
of Chinese coolies arrive from 

" — February 10. Eruption of Mauna- 
Loa, Hawaii, flow of lava reach 
ing within seven miles of Hilo. 

" —June 7. " Stranger's Friend Society" 
organized in Honolulu. 

" — July 1. Treaty with Sweden and 
Norway negotiated. 

<< — December 6. Hawaiian Constitution 
granted by Kamehameha III, and 



1852— December 17. First Hawaiian Cav- 
alry organized in Honolulu. 
" —Fungus first exported. 

1853— March. Beginning of Small-pox 
epidemic, which swept over all 
the islands of the group and only 
abated in October. 

«* —April 28. Arrival of Mormon mis- 

" September 12. Variety Theater opened 
in Honolulu. 

" — Resignation of Dr. G. P. Judd from 
the Administration ; E. H. Allen 
appointed in his place. 

" —November lh. Arrival of steamer 
" S. H. Wheeler ", afterwards 
named the "Akamai," from San 
Francisco; enrolled in the coast- 
ing trade. 

" —December 20. First regular Census 
of Hawaiian Islands taken. 

1854 — June 1. Fort atLahaina demolished 
by order of Government. 

" —June 1. Honolulu Steam Flouring 
Mill Co. started. 

" — October 1L Steamer "Sea-Bird" ar- 
rives from San Francisco and is 
enrolled in the coasting trade. 

" —October 2h. Steamer "West Point" 
arrived from San Francisco and 
is enrolled in the coasting trade 
under name of "Kalama." 

«« — December 15. Kauikeaouli Kamha- 
meha III died, and Alexander 
Liholiho, nephew of the late King 
proclaimed as Kamehameha IV, 

1855— January 10. Funeral of Kamehame- 
ha III. 

" —June 13. A Paki, son of Kalanihele- 
mailuna t and grandson of Kame- 
hameha Nui, King of Maui, dies 
in Honolulu. 

" —July 7. Varieties Theatre in King 
street, Honolulu, burnt down. 

1855— August. Rev. H. R. Hitchcock died 
at Kaluaaha, Molokai, aged 55 

1856— June 19. Kamehameha IV married 
Emma Rooke. 
li —June 22. Mormons arrived en route 
for San Francisco. 

1857— The Fort at Honolulu was demo- 

" — Konia, widow of A. Paki, died. 

" — May %9. Victoria Kamamalu was 
appointed Premier. 

k —July 18. John Young (Keoni Ana), 
the Premier, died. 

1857— David Malo, the celebrated Ha- 
waiian historian, died, and was 
buried on the summit of Mt. Ball, 
back of the Lahainaluna Semi- 
1858 — May 20. The Prince of Hawaii was 

1859— April 20. J. Piikoi died. 
" —July. The Civil Code of the King- 
dom was promulgated. 
" — July 23— The Post Office Department 

was established. 
" — Sept. 9. W. P. Kinau f son of Leleio- 
hoku and E Keelikolan% died. 
1860 — February. The Custom House build- 
ing was begun. 
u — j u iy iy m ip^Q comer s tone of the 

Queen's Hospital was laid. 
*' — August 29. Lot Kamehameha visited 
San Francisco. 
1860— Sept. 5. The steamer "Kilauea" 
arrived, to run between the is- 
" —Sept. 23. Rev. R. Armstrong, D. D. 
President of the Board of Educa- 
tion, died. * 
1862— April. The island of Palmyra be- 
came a dependency of the Ha- 
waiian Kingdom. 
" —August 27. The Prince of Hawaii 

" — The Lahainaluna Seminary buil- 
ding was destroyed by fire. 
" —October 11. Bishop Stayley and the 
Church of England Mission ar- 
1863 — November 30. Kamehameha IV died, 
aged 29 years, and Lot Kamehame- 
ha succeeded to the throne, as 
Kamehameha V. 
1%4^-July 7. The Constitutional Con- 
vention, called by Kamehameha V, 
convened, to frame a new Consti- 
" — August 3. The King dissolved the 

Constitutional Convention. 
" — August 20. The King proclaimed a 

new Constitution. 
" — Levi Haalelea died. 
1865 — May 6. Queen Emma left Honolulu 
on board of H. B. M. S. " Clio," 
for a visit to England. 
" —October 19. R. C. Wyllie, Minister 
of Foreign Affairs, died aged t>7 
* c — November 30. The remains of the 
Kings were transferred from their 
old tomb to the Royal Mausoleum. 
1866— May 29. H. R. H. Victoria Kamama- 
lu, Premier of the Kingdom, and 
heir apparent to the throne, died. 



1866— October 82. Queen Emma returned 
to Honolulu from her visit to 
1867— March 5. The corner stone of the 
Pro-Cathedral of the English 
Church was laid. 
1868— April®. Great earthquake at Kau, 
followed by a hurst of mud from 
a mountain side and a tidal wave 
which, together, caused great de- 
struction of life and property. 
• —Great earthquake felt severely all 

over Hawaii. 
" --Lava flow at Kahuku. 
" —October 19. Kaona, the false prophet, 
incited an insurrection at Kona. 
« —November 2k. H. H. M. Kekuanaoa, 
Governor of Oahu, and father of 
Kamehameha IF and 7, died, aged 
75 years. 
1869-nJ«% 21. The Duke of Edinburgh 
arrived at Honolulu. 
«< — August 2. The lighthouse in the har- 
bor of Honolulu was lighted for 
the first time. 
1870— April U. Jubilee of the American 
Mission to the Hawaiian Islands. 
" —April 19. The "Wongawonga," first 
China steamer, arrived from Syd- 
» —September 20. Queen Kalama, widow 
of Kamehameha III, died, aged 
53 years. 
1871— March 18. The new Post-office was 
opened for business. 
« —September lh. Thirty-three whale- 
ships were abandoned in the ice, 
in the Arctic. 
1872— March 1. The Hawaiian Hotel was 
opened to the public. 
" — March 20. The corner-stone of the 
new Government House (Aliiolani 
Kale) was laid. 
" —Kamehameha Fdied, aged 43 years. 
1873— II. R. H. W. C Lunalilo was elected 

King by the Legislature. 
1873— January 9th. The King took the 
oath to support the Constitution 
in the Kawaiahao church. 
" —July 12. G. P. Judd, M. D. died, 

aged 70 years. 
" —September 7. The great mutiny at 
the Barracks occurred. 
1874— February 3. H. M. Lunalilo died, 
aged 89 years. 
«« —February 1%. David Kalakaua was 
chosen King by the Legislature. 
" —A great riot in Honolulu, during 
which the Court House and Legis- 
lative Hall were sacked by the 
mob, and several members of 
Legislature were fatally injured. 

1874— February 13. The King, Kalakaua, 
took the oath to support the Con- 
" — February 1U. H. R. H. W. P. Leleio- 
hoku, was proclaimed heir-ap- 
parent to the throne. 

" — Nov. 17. The King departed for San 
Francisco, on a visit to the United 
States, on board the U. S. S. "Be- 

" —December 8. The Transit of Venus 
was observed at Honolulu. 
1875— February 15. His M aj esty Kalakaua 
returned to his Kingdom on 
board of U. S. S. "Pensacola," 

" —October 16. H. R. H. Kaiulani was 

" —Nov. 23. The remains of King 
Lunalilo were placed in the Royal 
Mausoleum expressly constructed 
to receive them in the Kawaiahao 
church yard. 

1876 — February. The Government sent 
forward an exhibit to the Phila- 
delphia Centennial Exhibition. 
" — Aug. 15. The Reciprocity Treaty 
was ratified. 
1877— M ay 10. A great tidal disturbance 
at Hilo occurred, which lasted 
all day, and did great damage 
along the shore. 
" —July 23. The first telegraph and 
telephone line was constructed 
on Maui, connecting Haiku with 
" —Dec. 2U. A destructive fire occurred 
on the esplanade, Honolulu. 
1878— March 13. H. H. C. Kanaina, father 
of King Lunalilo, died. 
" —The inter-island steamer "Like- 
like" arrived at Honolulu. 
" — Sept. 8. W. L. Moehonua, former 
Minister of Interior, died. 
1879-The Kahului railroad, reaching from 
Kahului to Paia, was opened. 
'* —The first Steam Fire Engine was 

" —December 31. The corner-stone of 
the Palace was laid. 
1S80 — The first Artesian well was bored 
in Honolulu. 
" —The system of telephonic commun- 
ication was established in Hono- 
1881— January 2. The Chinese Church 
building was dedicated. 
" —January 20. King Kalakaua set out 
on his journey around the world. 
" —April 9. The Corner-stone of the 
"Lunalilo Home" was laid. 



1881— Small Pox spread on Oahu ; 789 
cases and 289 deaths. 

" — June. Jubilee exercises were held 
at Lahainaluna, in commemora- 
tion of the 50th Anniversary of 
the establishment of the Semina- 

*' —October 29. King Kalakaua returned 
from his journey around the 

" — November. Great lava flow which 
reached Halai Hill, Hilo before it 
X8$2r-January 1. Postage stamps for the 
Postal Union were first issued in 

«« — December 1. Eev. Titus Coan, for 
many years Pastor of the Haiti 
Church, Hilo, died. 
1883— January 1. The Marine Railway 
was opened for business. 

" —February 12. The Coronation of 
King Kalakaua took place. 

« —April 21. The Y. M. C, A. building 
was dedicated. 

« —May 2h. H. R. H. Ruth Keelikolani, 
formerly Governess of Hawaii, 
died, aged 65 years. 

" October. The 0. S. S. "Alameda" 
arrived on her first voyage be- 
tween San Francisco and Hono- 

« —November 1. The inter - island 
steamer " Kinau " arrived. 

« —December 16.— The first instalment 
of " Kalakaua " currency arrived. 
1884— January 1, Postal notes were is- 

" —March. Foundation laid of the Hall 
of Records (Kapuiwa Hale). 

** —June 13. Portuguese immigrants 
(917) arrived at Honolulu. 

" —-August 11. Rev. W. P. Alexander, 
for many years Principal of the 
Lahainaluna Seminary, died at 
Oakland, Cal. 

« —October h. Rev. D. B. Lyman, 
founder of the Hilo Boys' Board- 
ding School, died at Hilo. 

1884— October 16. Princess Pauahi, Hon. 

Mrs. C. R. Bishop, died. 
1885 — February 5. The foundations of the 

new Police Station (Kalakaua 

Hale), were laid. 
" — April 25. Queen Emma, widow of 

Kamelameha IV, died. 
" — November 10. P. Kanoa, formerly 

Governor of Kauai, died. 
1886— April 18. Great fire in Honolulu, 

which destroyed a million and a 

half of property. 
" —July 10. Postal Savings Bank was 

" —September 21. Ocean Island became 

a dependency of the Hawaiian 

" — October. Rev. L. Lyons, for 54 years 

missionary at Waimea, Hawaii, 

died, aged 79 years. 
" — Nov. 15. The Jubilee Anniversary 

of King Kalakaua' s birth was cele- 
1887— January 16-20. Severe earthquakes 

occurred in the district of Kau. 
» — February %. H. R. H. Miriam Like- 
like (Mrs. Cleghorn) died, aged 

4« — April 12. Queen Kapiolani set out 
on her visit to England. 

" —June 80. A great political mass 
meeting was held in Honolulu. 

" — July 7. The new Constitution was 

'* —September 13. General elections to 
the first Legislature under the 
New Constitution were held. 

«< —October W. Supplementary conven- 
tion between the United States of 
America and His Majesty the 
King of the Hawaiian Islands, to 
limit the duration of the conven* 
tion respecting Commercial Reci- 
procity concluded January 30th, 
1875, ratified by the King, and 
November 9, proclaimed by Pres- 
ident Cleveland. 

« — November S. The first Legislative 
Assembly under the new Consti- 
tution meets at Honolulu. 


- FROM - 


Rendered into Hawaiian. 


A la Francaise, Fr. After the French 

mode, mamuli o ke ano Farani. 
A la mode, Fr. In fashion, e like me 

ke ano mau. 
A priore, L. From the cause to the effect, 

mai ke kumu a i kona hoopena. 
A vinculo matrimonii, L. From the 

tie of marriage, mai ka berita mare. 
Ab initio, L. From the beginning, mai 

ka hookumu ana. 
Ad infinitum, L. To infinity, i ka mau a 

mau loa aku. 
Ad interim, L. In the meanwhile, ia wa 

Ad libitum, L. At pleasure, ai i ka ma- 

Ad nauseam, L. To disgust, a i ke po- 

Allons, Fr. Let us go, ina kakou. 
Alma mater, L. A cherishing mother, 

he makuahine hanai. 
Alter ego, L. Another self, ko'u lua. 
Amende honorable, Fr. A satisfactory 

apology, olelo noolaulea i aponoia. 
Au fait, Fr. Skillful; well instructed, 

Au re voir, Fr. Adieu until we meet 

again, aloha a hui hou kaua (or ka- 


Beau monde, Fr. The gay world, ka 

poe puni lealea. 
Bete noir, Fr. A bugbear, mea eehia. 
Billet doiix, Fr. A love letter, he pala- 

pala i ka ipo. 

In good faith, me kaina- 

Bona fide, L. 

nao pono. 
Bon jour, Fr. 

Bon soir, Fr. 

Brusque, Fr. 

Good day, aloha hookaa- 
Good enening, aloha o ke 
Rude; blunt, kamaniha. 

Cacoethes scribendi, L. An itch for 

scribbling, ake e haku manao. 
Caeteris paribus, L, Other things being 

equal, ke like na mea e ae. 
Casus belli, L. A cause for war, he ku- 
mu no ke kaua. 
Chef-d'oeuvre, Fr. A masterpiece, he 

nana i pookela. 
Comme il faut, Fr. As it should be, ka 

pono maoli no ia. 
Con amore, L. Withlove; earnestly, me 

ka manao hoihoi. 
Cui bono ? L. For whose benefit f no 

ka pono owai la ? 
Cum grano sails, L. With a grain of 
salt; with some allowance, me ka hao- 
hao o ka manao. 

Be jure, L. By right, mamuli o ka po- 
no paa. 
Be mortuis, nil nisi bonum, L. Say 
nothing but good of the dead, e hai i na 
mea maikai wale no no ka poe i make; 
Be novo, L. Anew. Hou. 
Be Profundis, L. Out of the depths, 

mailoko o ka popilikia lipolipo. 
Bei gratia, L. By the grace of God, ma 

ka lokomaikai o Ke Akua. 
Bemi- monde, Fr. Abandoned women, 

na wahine hookamakama. 
Denouement, Fr. Catastrophe ka haule 

mai" ana o ka poino. 
Beo volente, I. God willing; ke oluolu 

o Ke Akua. 
Bernier ressort, Fr. A last resource, 

he kokua hope loa. 
Bies irae, L. Day of wrath, la hoopai. 
Bieu et mon droit, Fr. God and my 

right, Ke Akua a me ko'u pono paa. 
Bolce far niente, It. Sweet idleness, 

luana wale ; hiolani. 
Bominus vobiscum, L. The Lord be 
with you, Ka Haku pu me oe. 



Douceur, Fr. A bribe, he kipe'. 

Dramatis persons, L. Persons repre- 
sented in the drama, ka poe i hoikeia ma 
ke kike' keaka. 

Dulce et decorum est pro patria 
inori, L. It is sweet and honorable to 
die for one's country, he nani a he hano 
hano ke lilo ke ola no ka one-hanau. 

Bum vivimus, vivamus, L. Let us 
live while we live t e en a e hoihoi i ko 
kakou wa ola. 

Eau de vie, Fr. Water of life; brandy, 

Elite, Fr. A select body of persons, he poe 

Employe', Fr. One who is employed, mea 
i hoolimalimaia e hana; he paahana. 
En passant, Fr. By the way, a eia keia. 
En route, Fr. On the way, make alanui; 

kc hole mai nci. 
Ennui, Fr. Weariness; disgust, molowa 

ka manao. 
Ensemble, Fr. Thj§ whole, ka huina pau. 
Entente cordiale, Fr. Evidevces of 

good will, ka lokahi o ka manao. 
Entre nous, Fr. Between ourselves, Iwae- 

na o kaua wale no. 
Entree, Fr. 1. Entry, ke komo ana. 

2. First course at table, ka ai i kau mua 

ia ma ka papa aina. 
Entrepot, Fr. 1. A bonded warehouse, 

he hale hooahu no na wai wai i bona ia. 

2. A free port, he awa ku moku i auhau 

ole ia na moku. 
E pluribus ununa, L. One composed of 

many, lokahi o ka lehulehu; or hooka- 

hi, ka huina o ka lehulehu. 
Ergo, L. Therefore, nolaila. 
Esprit de corps, Fr. The animating 

spirit of a collective body, ka manao hoi- 
hoi like o ka hui, a papa paha. 
Esto perpetua, L. Let it be perpetual, 

e man loa'ku. no ia mea. 
Et id genus omni, L. And everything 

of the sort, a me na mea a pau o ia ano. 
Eureka, Gr. I have found it, ua loaa 

Ex officio, L. By virtue of his office, ma- 

muli o ka mana o kana oihana. 
Ex parte, L. On one side only, ma kahi 

aoao wale no; paewaewa. 
Ex post facto, L. After the deed is done, 

mahone o ke ko ana. 
Excelsior, L. Higher, iluna'e. 
Exuent omnes, L. All go out, pau i ka 

hele iwaho. 
Expose', Fr. An exposition, he wehe- 



Faux pas, Fr. A false step, he hana ku- 

Festina lente, L. Make haste .... 

e hoohikiwawe me ke akahele nae. 
Fete champetre, Fr. A rural festival, 

he anaina hoolealea ma kuaaina. 

Flagrante delicto, L. In commission 
of the crime, i ke ko ana o ke karaima. 

Fusillade, Fr. A simultaneous discharge 
of firearms, ke kani like o na pu kipoo- 


Garcon, Fr. A boy, or waiter, he kieki- 

kane, he kuene. 
Gens d'armes, Fr. Armed police, na 

makai i hoolakoia me na mea kaua. 


Hie jacet, L. Here lies, ke moe nei ma- 

Hie labor, hoc opus est, L. This is 

labor, this is work, he luhi keia, he hana 

Hoc age, L. Do this, e hooko i keia. 
Honi soit qui maly pense, Fr, Evilbe 

to him who thinks evil. E poi mai ka ino 

i ka mea i manao ino. 
Hor s de combat, Fr. Out of condition to 

fight, hiki ole ke hakaka. 
Humanum est errare, L. To err is 

human, ku i ke ano kanaka ke lalau. 

Id est, L. That is, oia hoi. 

In articulo mortis, L. At the point of 

death, i ka ipuka o ka make. 
In esse, L. In being, ke waiho nei. 
In extremis, L. At the point of death. 
In flagrante delicto, L. Taken in the 

act, hopuia oiai e hooko ana. 
In loco, L. In the proper place, ma kahi 

In loco parentis, L. In the place of a 

parent, ma kahi o ka makua. 
In medias res, L. Into the midst of 

things, mawaena konu o na hana. 
In memoriam, L. In memory, mea hoo- 

In perpetuum, L. Forever, man a man 

In posse, L. In possible existence, e hiki 

ana paha. 
In propria persona, L. In person, 

In puris naturalibus, L. Quite naked, 

kohana, olohelohe. 
In re, L. In the matter of, no ka hihia. 
In situ, L. In its original situation, ma 

kona wahi i kinohou. 
In statu quo, L. In the former state, ma 

In toto, L. Entirely; wholly, a pau loa. 
In transitu, L. On the passage, I ka nee 

ana. ' . , . 

In vino Veritas, L. There ts truth m 

wine, komo ka waina puka mai ka oiaio. 

Labor omnia vincit, L. Labor con- 
quers everything, lanakila loa ka hooi- 



lapsus linguae» L. A slip of the tongue, 

ha lalau o ke alelo. 
Lapsus pennae, L. A slip of the pen, he 

lalau o ka peni. 
X,ex non scripta, L. The unwritten law, 

ke kanawai i kakau ole ia. 
!Locum ten ens, L. A substitute; a proxy, 

he hope; he panihakahaka. 
Lusus natural, L. A freak of nature,lCLQ 

mea ano e loa. 


Magnum opus, L. A great work, he 
hana nui. 

Maitre, d'hotel, Fr. A house steward, 
he kuene nui. 

Mai a propos, Fr. Ill timed, ku ole no 
ia wa. 

Malum in se, L. Bad in itself, ino iloko 
iho ona. 

Mēlēe, Fr. A riot, he haunaele; uluaoa. 

Memento mori, L. Remember death, e 
hoomanao i ka make. 

Memorabilia, L. Things to be remem- 
bered, na huna mea hoomanao. 

Mens sana in saio corpore, L. A 
sound mind in a sound body, he noonoo 
makaukau iloko o ke kino ikaika. 

Meum et tnum, L. Mine and thine, ko'u 
a me kau. 

Mirabile dictu, L. Wonderful to be told, 
kupaianaka ke haiia'ku. 

Mittimus, L. We send, ke hoouna nei 
makou. Hepalapalahoopaaikalawe- 
hala ma ka hale paahao. 

Modus operandi, L. Manner of opera- 
tion, ke ano o ka hana. 

Multum in parvo, L. Much in little y 
ka mahuahua o ka mea iki. 


Ne plus ultra, L. Nothing further, i ka 

hopena loa; aole mea i koe. 
Nemine contra discente, L. No one 

speaking against, aole meai kamailio 

Nil clesperandum, L. Never despair, 

mai paupauaho; mai make kamanao. 
N'iinporte, Fr. It matters not; never 

mind, he mea ole ia. 
Nolens volens, L. Whether he will or 

not, ke ae oia a ke ae ole paha. 
Noli me tangere, L. Don't touch me, 

mai lalau mai ia'u. 
Nolle prosequi, L. To be unwilling to 

proceed, e hoole ana e hoopii (ma ka 

aoao o ke aapuni). 
Nom de plume, Fr. _ J. pen name, he 

inoa kapakapa no ke kakau. 
Non compos mentis, L. Not soimd in 

'mind, lalau ma ka noonoo. 
Non est inventus, L. He cannot be, 

found, ua nalowale loa. 
Non sequitur, L. It does not follow, aole 

no laila. 
Nota bene, L. Mark well, e noonoo po- 


Nous verrons, Fr. We shall see, e ike 
ana kakou. 

Nunc ant nunquam, L. Now or never, 
aole loa ke ole a no. 

Obiit, L. He, or she, died. Ua make oia. 

Omnia vincit labor, L. Labor conquers 
everything. Lanakila loa ka hooikaika. 

On dit, Fr. Flying rumor, lono wale ia. 

Onus proband!, L. The burden of prov- 
ing, ka haawe o ka hooiaio ana. 

Otium cum dignitate, Lr Dignified 
leisure, hiehie a kuapapa ka noho'na; 
or kuapapa a kuonoono. 

Par example, Fr. For example, e nane; 
e laa. 

Par excellence, Fr. By way of eminence, 
Pookela, kilohana. 

Pari passu, L. With equal pace, me ka 
hehi like. 

Par nobile fratrum, L. A noble pair of 
brothers; two just alike, he paa hoahan- 
au nani; na kokoolua like. 

Parole d'honneur, Fr. Word of honor, 
olelo paa oiaio. 

Particeps criminis, L. An accomplice, 
he kokoolua ma ka hewa. 

Parvenu, Fr. An upstart. (See Diet. 

P ater f am il ia s , L. The father of a fam- 
ily, ka makuakane o ka oh ana. 

Pater patriae, L. Father of his country, 

' ka makua o kona aupuni, or ka makua 
o kona lahui. 

Peccavi, L. I have sinned, ua hewa 

Pencbant, Fr. Inclination; liking, ka 
hilinai o ka manao; ke koho o ka ma- 

Per contra, L. Contrariwise, ma ka ao- 
ao ku-e'. 

Per se, L. By itself considered, i noonoo 

Personnel, Fr. Body of persons employed 
in some public service, ka papa (or ku- 
lana) o ka poe e lawelawe ana kekahi 
hana akea. 

Poco a poco, It. Little by Httfe.maka 

Poeta nascitur, non fit, L. The poet 
is bom, not made, ua hanauia he haku 
mele, aole i aoia. 

Pons asinorum, L. Bridge of asses, ke 
alahaka no na kekake; oia ka mauao- 
hai o ke Anahonua e pili ana no na ao- 
ao ekolu oka huina-kolu-kupono. 

Post mortem, L. After death, mahope 

o ka make. 
Prima facie, L. On the first view, i ki- 
no hou o ka nana'na. 
Principia, non liomines, L. Princi- 
ples, not men, na mole o ka pono, aole 
na kanaka. 
Pro bono publico, L. For the public 
good, no ka pono o ka lahui. 



Pro et con, L. For and against, he ko- 

kua a he ku-e'. 
Fro rata, L. In proportion, ma ke kam- 



Quantum sufficit, L. A sufficient quan- 
tity, he nui knpono. 

Quid pro quo, L. One thing for anoth- 
er, kela no keia. 

Qui transtulit, sustinet, L. He who 
transplants will sustain, na ka mea i 
hehu e koo. 

Qui vive ? Fr. Who goes there f On the 
alert, e anehe. 

Quod erat demonstrandum. Which 
ivas to be demonstrated, ka mea e we- 
hewehe ia'na. 


Regnant populi, L. The people rule, e 

Ti oho aupuni ana ka lahui. 
Requiescat in pace, L. May he rest in 

peace, e maha oia me ka maluhia. 
Eesurgam, L. I shall rise again, e ala 

hou ana wau. 
Kevenous a nos moutons, Fr. Let us 

return to our sheep ; that is, let us return to 

our subject, e hoihou kakou I ko kakou 

mau hipa ; oia hoi, e hoi hou kakou i 

ko kakou kumu manao. 
Ruse d© guerre, Fr. A stratagem of war, 

he pahele o ke kaua. 

Salus populi suprema est lex, L. The 

welfare of the people is the Supreme Law. 

o ka pomaikai o ka lahui ka makia ia 

o na kanawai. 
Sanctum Sanctorum, L. The holy of 

holies, wahi hemolele loa. 
Sans cerenaonie, Fr. Without ceremony, 

me ka hookahakaha ole. 
Sans peur et sans reproche,Fr. With- 
out fear and without reproach, he wiwo 

ole a he makamae. 
Savoir faire, Fr. Ability, makaukau. 
Secundem artem, L. According to rule, 

mamuli o ka loina. 
Semper felix, L. Always fortunate, po- 
maikai mau. 
Semper fidelis» L. Always faithful, ku- 

paa mau. 
Semper idem, L. Always the same, oia 

Semper paratus, L. Always ready, lo- 

lii mau. 
Sic itur ad astra, L. Such is the way 

to immortality, oia ke ala i ke oia mau 

Sic transit gloria mundi, L. Sopasses 

away the world's glory, pela e mahani 

aku ai ka nani o keia ao. 
Sicut patribus, sit Deus nobis, L. 

God be with us, as he was with our fathers, 

o Ke Akua pu me kakou, me ia i noho 

pu me ko kakou poe kupuna. 

Similia similibus curantur, L. Like 

cures like, na ka like e hoola i kona 

Sine die, L. Without appointing a day, 

me ke koho ole i ka la. 
Sine qua non, L. An indispensible con - 

dition, he mea hiki ole ke hoole ia. 
Soi-dissant, Fr. Self styled, kapaia iaip 

Stet, L, Let it stand, pela iho. 
Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re, L. 

Gentle in manners, but resolute in deed, 

me ke ano akahai e onipaa ke hooko. 
Sub judice, L. Under consideration, ke 

noonoo ia nei. 
Sub rosa» L. Under the rose; privately ; 

Sui generis, L. Of its own kind, okona 

like maoli iho no. 
Summum bonuin, L. The chief good, 

ka pookela o ka pomaikai. 
Suum cuique, L. Let each have his own, 

e lawe kela me keia i kona iho. 

Tempora mutantur, et nos muta- 
mur in illis, L. Times are changed 
and we change with them, huli ke au o ka 
manawa, a huli pu hoi kakou. 

Tempus fugit, L. Tmeses, ke mahani 
aku nei ka inanawa. 

Terra firma, L. The solid earth, ka hon- 
ua paa. 

Terra incognita, L. An unknown coun- 
try, he aina i ike ole ia. 

Tout ensemble, Fr. The whole taken to- 
gether, ka huina nui okoa. 


Ultima ratio regum, L. The last resort 
of Kings — war, ke koo hope loa o na'lii 
— ke kaua. 

Ultima Thule; L. The utmost limit, ka 
palena hope loa. 

Utile dulci, L. The useful with the pleas- 
ant, ka waiwai me ka nani. 

Vade naecum, L. Go with me; a constant 
companion; he hoa pilimau; hoahele 

Vale,L. Farewell, me oe ke aloha; me 
oukou (or oe) ka pomaikai. 

Veni, vidi, vici, L. I came, I saw, I con- 
quered, hiki aku wau, ike aku wau, 
lanakila aku wau. 

Verbatim et literatim, L. Word for 
word, and letter for letter, like na huao- 
lelo, like hoi na hua palapala. 

Vi et armis, L. By main force, mamuli 
o ka limaikaika; me ka lima kakauha. 

Vincit omnia Veritas, L. Truth con- 
quers all things. Lanakila loa ka oiaio. 

Viva voce, L. With the voice, me ka leo. 

Vox populi, vox Dei. L The voice of 
the people is the voice of God, ka leo o ka 
lahui ka leo ia o Ke Akua. 

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